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The crime was committed on the sixth floor of a building of brick and stone sandwiched between a sausage factory and a parking garage. There, five years ago, behind dirty windows, Chinese women enslaved for 11 hours a day, sewing clothes for a subcontractor hired by Donna Karan International Outdoor wear.
Women received no bathroom breaks, no overtime pay, no sick days, paid holidays, and not maternity leave. They yelled to "work faster" and paid "per piece" -earning wages that could not be called "living" if "living" means boiled water and rice. I do not see the guard at the factory was a real robust security between me and the elevator and now architectural services Functional yarn and fabric, financial planning, and travel companies have replaced, but I craned my neck and got a glance on the windows.
I also dreamed a foray into real estate development: beautiful stone building works, roofs and terraces and river views, it seemed, were easily converted into multi-million dollar lofts.