No going back to Cambodia for factory inspector

No going back to Cambodia for factory inspector - The Nation, May 14, 2004
...Waraporn said she was forced to go along with the factory's request.
"At first, I refused to apologise as it was not me who made the alleged claim. But later I changed my mind for my own safety as the situation might have turned ugly. The workers outside made a louder and louder noise. I was very scared."
However, she objected when asked to kneel while expressing the apology. "I agreed to apologise although I felt that action badly hurt my dignity," she added...
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