Gallery | Post Date 06/24/09
The Maidstone Rist Company is outed by a human rights organization as having ties to businesses in Myanmar, also known as Burma, where there is oil and gas exploration using forced labor. Teddy decides the only way to conclude whether to continue their business activities in the country is to get advice from Daw May Lin Wai, a revered Burmese democratic leader who has been under house arrest in the country for nearly two decades. During his search for Lin Wai, Teddy meets a young girl, desperately in need of a kidney transplant. Her father is a suitable donor but he is being kept at a forced labor camp and it is feared that he will not get to his daughter in time to save her life.
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