It's been awhile since I've posted something on my blog. There's a lot of thoughts in my head, but sadly, it's not something I could share with you. Maybe, it's the weather at fault to my mood swings. I hope spring will come faster!
Today I'm gonna share the Norwegian documentary about Sweatshops in Cambodia , where three young norwegians (amongst them is popular blogger Anniken) go to Cambodia to visit people, who work in garment factories. They can see with their own eyes that workers sew for about 12hours a day(or even more) and get just 130$ wage. They can barely make a living from it. Sadly truth that many Cambodians die from starvation or dehydration.
Life is truly unfair... People work for shockingly low wage to make clothes for brands like HM or Mango and they could never afford something what they sew themselves. Cambodians work so hard to sew these pieces of clothes, because they need to maintain their family and most of people buy from there and often wear it just a few times.
I feel really upset and heartbroken. Brands make benefit from poor people...
Watch it here!