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Vietnamese Women Are Kidnapped And Later Sold in China as Brides By SAMANTHA MARSHALL Staff Reporter of THE WALL STREET JOURNAL August 3, 1999 5:54 p.m.

HANOI, Vietnam -- Jobless and destitute, Nguyen Thi Hoan felt her luck was about to change. She had just arrived here one sultry June morning two years ago, and almost at once a kindly woman offered her a job in a candy factory.Read More Click Here...

Cambodia's 'Beer Girls' Learn The Dark Side of Selling Brew By SAMANTHA MARSHALL and STEVE STECKLOW Staff Reporters of THE WALL STREET JOURNAL May 31, 2000 11:17 a.m.

PHNOM PENH, Cambodia -- At the bustling Shady Bamboo bar and restaurant, a flock of uniformed young women descends on arriving customers, each woman pitching a different beer. "Uncle, uncle, please try my brand," they playfully plead.Read More Click Here...

Crain's New York Business Published: 11/08/2004 Section: Workplace

In April, after 13 months in Iraq subduing riots and uncovering mass graves, U.S. Army Reservist Martin Bischoff was getting ready for his first day back at work as a district sales manager for Pfizer, when it occurred to him that something was missing.Read More Click Here...

Crain's New York Business Published: 04/11/2005 Section: Workplace

Richard Holloway doesn't feel angry. The part-time security guard says he's mellow most of the time. But when he catches his facial expression in his car's rear-view mirror, he begins to understand why his three interviews for clerical jobs over the past three months haven't gone so well.Read More Click Here...

Good to the Last Dropping, Caphe Cut Chon Is a Rare Find By SAMANTHA MARSHALL Staff Reporter of THE WALL STREET JOURNAL March 17, 1999

DAKLAK, Vietnam -- Coffee farmer Ho Hoang Yen fondly remembers one of his boyhood chores of half a century ago. With mist rolling off the hills, he would rise at dawn, trek through the lush highland wilderness, and forage beneath dewy bushes for the finest coffee beans. Read More Click Here...

Vietnam's Youngest Export: Adoption, On and Off the Books By SAMANTHA MARSHALL Staff Reporter of THE WALL STREET JOURNAL May 21, 1999

HO CHI MINH CITY, Vietnam -- Ba Tam sells sticky buns outside a maternity hospital in this Southern Vietnamese city. But today, the elderly woman is trying to interest a foreign visitor in another business she dabbles in: the baby trade. Read More Click Here...



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