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June 24, 2011
Rina Bovrisse (3rd L), a former Prada manager in Japan, protests with Hong Kong lawmaker Lee Cheuk-yan...
Hong Kong, China
Rina Bovrisse protests with lawmaker Lee Cheuk-yan outside the Hong Kong Stock Exchange
Rina Bovrisse (3rd L), a former Prada manager in Japan, protests with Hong Kong lawmaker Lee Cheuk-yan (2nd L) outside the Hong Kong Stock Exchange during the debut of Prada SpA in Hong Kong June 24, 2011. Italian fashion house Prada SpA is suspected of discriminatory practices towards female employees in Japan, and that such complaints are still currently under investigation, according to a press release by the Association for the Advancement of Feminism. Chinese characters on the banner reads "Against Prada. No sexual discrimination". REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: FASHION EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS)
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