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Li Qiang, executive director of China Labor Watch, stands for a photograph at the organization's headquarters in New York, U.S., on Wednesday, June 14, 2017. By homing in on factories that supply Ivanka Trump-branded products, Qiang thought the daughter of newly elected President Donald Trump could become a potent illustration of the problems facing Chinese workers like those employed by one of her suppliers -- whom he said are often overworked, underpaid and unprotected. Photographer: Kholood Eid/Bloomberg via Getty Images

Li Qiang, executive director of China Labor Watch, stands for a photograph at the organization's headquarters in New York, U.S., on Wednesday, June 14, 2017. By homing in on factories that supply Ivanka Trump-branded products, Qiang thought the daughter of newly elected President Donald Trump could become a potent illustration of the problems facing Chinese workers like those employed by one of her suppliers -- whom he said are often overworked, underpaid and unprotected. Photographer: Kholood Eid/Bloomberg via Getty Images