Blue Dragon to the rescue

October 2013
New Internationalist;Oct2013, Issue 466, p26
The article provides information on Blue Dragon, an anti-human trafficking organization working in Vietnam and China. Details are provided on brothels operated by organized crime members form China and Vietnam that kidnap young girls. Particular attention is given to the experiences of two Vietnamese girls who were kidnapped, beaten, and raped before being sold into slavery and eventually rescued by Ta Ngoc Van, a lawyer for Blue Dragon.


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