Snoopy sometimes I just look up smile and say I know that was you butterfly shirt, gildan hoodie
- 5.3 oz., pre-shrunk 100% cotton
- Dark Heather is 50/50 cotton/polyester
- Sport Grey is 90/10 cotton/polyester
- Double-needle stitched neckline, bottom hem and sleeves
- Seven-eighths inch seamless collar
- Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
It doesnt happen in most of the western world because of child labor laws, Snoopy sometimes I just look up smile and say I know that was you butterfly as well as the moral standard that making a small child earn a living is inhumane.. but im talking about child labor, not everything else related to children.
Snoopy sometimes I just look up smile and say I know that was you butterfly design
It happens in asia specifically for economic reasons its cheaper to run a factory there which is why western companies go to these poorer countries with little to no regulations to open a factory.. and those countries.. being poor… see it as an economic opportunity, not exploitation as i said its part of the differences in culture. I suggest you go to vietnam and the philippines and see for yourself. I did, thats how i know these things. Snoopy sometimes I just look up smile and say I know that was you butterfly I didnt just read that in a book i saw it myself. (and no, i dont run a business that employes kids in asia, just so you wouldnt assume that without me saying it.) When i went to thailand for instance, the average anual income for an adult male there was about equivalent to american dollars..
of being 700 dollars a year. two thousand american dollars a year in thailand is an upper middle class income. (or was when i was there). point being, its a problem, and laying the blame on whomever or whatever isnt going to FIX anything.. solutions fix things.. and the solution is to encourage these countries people, town by town and region by region, into adopting more economically sound laws, and to encourage education so that the people who live there locally can start their own businesses and venture into the business waters and grow their communities.
Its never been the governments job to cater or look after the poor.. its only ever been Steve the baker who bakes extra loaves of bread to give to the orphanage, or phillip the blacksmith who fixes the doors on the school, or that shop owner whos so successful that he donates half his income to the poor.. its business owners who are enriched enough in themselves as people who help raise up a community, and thats what those places need.. entrepreneurs and breaking ground businessmen and women who enrich their communites and themselves through hard/smart work and personally owned accomplishments. Throwing money at them wont solve anything.. they will spend that money without ever becoming better,smarter,stronger, more determined people for it.