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    Are Western Nations with their insatiable demand for cheap and fake goods responsible for this human and environmental catastrophe?

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    Is it for journalism or more art related? Photoshopping of any kind is a huge nono for documentation, it's gotta display things as they are. Sure would be interesting to see higher resolutions of some here, it looks a bit more than what's possible to do in the camera.
    Not saying there's no pollution though, just wondering if they've done a bit too much editing.

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    painful. no way anyone should have to live in them conditions

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    Its difficult to know where to start regarding these images. They certainly are horrific indeed and of course despite it happening in China its the Wests appetite for cheap products that fuels it. Trouble is what can anybody do about it? If China suddenly stopped being the industrial powerhouse it currently is, what would this do to China as well as the rest of the world economically?
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    they are heartbreaking images. is balancing the world's wealth the answer? they say the top 2% of americans have 95% of american wealth. whats the position in china?

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    tragic images. seeing kids in those conditions is a real wake up call.

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    who are to blame? is it individuals or corporations?

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