Girls from the Vostok (Orient) pop group have for half a year worked in most inferior bars of China virtually for free. They trusted “managers,” who recruited them, and signed a contract in Bishkek, Kyrghyzstan’s capital, drawn up in the Chinese language. On arrival, their passports were taken away from them, and they were forced to sing and dance nearly all round the clock. Back in Bishkek, they found no trace of the company which had promised them wonders. The above story may be considered typical, says Arzymat Sadygaliyev, Biskek’s Criminal Investigation Department. Kyrhyz girls have repeatedly been warned to be very careful when signing such contracts, especially written in an unknown language, but greed for hot money proves stronger.
YURI RAZGULYAYEV PRAVDA.RU BISHKEK
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