Chinese workers stage a protest outside the Imperial Pacific casino in Saipan to demand money they believe they are owed. Workers at the site complain of being lied to about their pay and their standard of living, among other issues. Photo: Twitter Chinese workers stage a protest outside the Imperial Pacific casino in Saipan to demand money they believe they are owed. Workers at the site complain of being lied to about their pay and their standard of living, among other issues. Photo: Twitter
Chinese workers stage a protest outside the Imperial Pacific casino in Saipan to demand money they believe they are owed. Workers at the site complain of being lied to about their pay and their standard of living, among other issues. Photo: Twitter

‘American dream’ becomes a nightmare for Chinese workers left stranded in Saipan

Dozens of men say they cannot afford to leave the US commonwealth island until they are paid the wages they are owed

Topic |   Pacific nations
Chinese workers stage a protest outside the Imperial Pacific casino in Saipan to demand money they believe they are owed. Workers at the site complain of being lied to about their pay and their standard of living, among other issues. Photo: Twitter Chinese workers stage a protest outside the Imperial Pacific casino in Saipan to demand money they believe they are owed. Workers at the site complain of being lied to about their pay and their standard of living, among other issues. Photo: Twitter
Chinese workers stage a protest outside the Imperial Pacific casino in Saipan to demand money they believe they are owed. Workers at the site complain of being lied to about their pay and their standard of living, among other issues. Photo: Twitter
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