Canberra She came to Australia with the promise of a job, but in reality she ended up being the victim of a sinister trade. Gloria not her real name came to Australia in from the Philippines, after answering a job advertisement for a live-in housekeeper for a foreign diplomat. But when she arrived in Canberra to take up her role, she began to get a sense of what was in store. Despite having a clear employment contract stipulating her work hours, salary and conditions, Gloria says she was made to work seven-days-a-week, often long hours and was not paid a wage.
The Philippines unveiled a statue representing the "comfort women" in Manila on Friday, who were forced to work as sex slaves for Japan ese soldiers during World War II. The seven-feet bronze sculpture depicts a blindfold, grieving woman in Maria Clara traditional Filipiniana gown. It took a while before they came out into the open to tell their stories," read the inscription on the monument. Forty-year-old Filipino sculpture and portrait painter Jonas Roces made the "more-than life-sized" bronze art work dubbed Filipino Comfort Women.
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