National

Nepali women duped and sent to China for work want to return home. Nobody knows how—or when.

The women were promised $400 a month in a packing job at a garment factory, but were instead put into stitching and paid $50. Nepali women duped and sent to China for work want to return home. Nobody knows how—or when.
Dandong, which sits on the China-North Korea border, is home to large-scale factories.  Photo: Shutterstock
bookmark
Tsering D Gurung
Published at : July 11, 2019
Updated at : July 19, 2019 14:05
Kathmandu

Tsering D Gurung

Tsering D. Gurung is a social justice reporter for The Kathmandu Post, focusing on women's rights, marginalised communities and criminal justice.


×
Top