And it is often after waiting in shadowy holding camps on the northern French coast, one of which is aptly nicknamed Vietnam City.Hidden in woodland, on the site of an old coalmine 60 miles from Calais, Vietnam City houses up to 100 Vietnamese migrants, a number of them children, at any one time. One person who has seen it with her own eyes is Mimi Vu, a director of the anti-trafficking charity Pacific Links Foundation, who has visited twice in the past year.Since 2015, 150 Vietnamese migrant children have disappeared from care or foster homes here, never to be seen again.Nearly 90 more have gone missing and were only found after police searches, according to local authority figures published in October.I do believe that spankee is doing the classic trying to “swim” away from her spanking technique. It’s been a busy year with lots of changes all for the good so I’ve neglected this site for my private life.
But in October, telling his foster family he was visiting the local library in Bexley, the boy vanished into thin air. Sadly, Huang’s story is becoming disturbingly familiar — and offers a glimpse into a growing child slave trade in Britain.
It does help that the recent developments in my live have been especially fun and fulfilling.