Duped by traffickers offering lucrative jobs, dozens of Cambodian women and girls are taken to China each year, where they are forced to marry local men. Only the lucky ones manage to escape.
Lured or trafficked to Cambodia with promises of lucrative jobs, Chinese nationals instead find themselves worked relentlessly by their captors defrauding millions out of victims online.
With its controversial views on marriage and links to a banned religious sect, Global Ikhwan is proving divisive in Malaysia. Marta Kasztelan looks at a conglomerate that is less a company and more a lifestyle choice for its 4,000 ‘members’.