[...] my 14-year-old son worked there after school-he washed all the dishes and swept the floor. The minimum wage was $4.25 per hour at that time, but I only could get $3.85 per hour. [...] we compromised without signing any contracts. Because we needed to work, we agreed to work without pay for them.
“The Only Thing I Could Do Was Sew” An Interview with Li Qin Zhou
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