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So when a fast-talking broker visited the neighborhood three years later with stories of jobs in Thailand, Myint was easily wooed.The agent offered 0 for just a few months of work — enough for some families to survive on for a year.Instead the boys were taken to the Indonesian island of Tual in the Arafura Sea, one of the world's richest fishing grounds, stocked with tuna, mackerel, squid, shrimp and other lucrative species for export.Myint spent weeks at a time on the open ocean, living only on rice and the parts of the catch no one else would eat.The captain shouted that everyone on board now belonged to him, using words Myint would never forget: He was panicked and confused.He thought he would be fishing in Thai waters for only a few months.Reportedly, foreigners and investors aren't keen to visit, especially amid travel agent reports that the area may be 'dangerous,' and foreign aid workers who have visited the city in an official capacity are apparently so spooked by the eerie emptiness that they prefer to commute in daily from Yangon.Myint was left for three days to burn in the searing sun and shiver in the nighttime rain, without food or water. Would they throw his body overboard to wash up on shore, like the other corpses he'd seen? Or would they simply bash his head open, as they had done before?
In the meantime, the world around him was changing.
As part of a year-long investigation into the multibillion-dollar business, The Associated Press interviewed more than 340 current and former slaves, in person or in writing.
The stories told by one after another are strikingly similar.
After easily skirting police at the border with Thailand and being held in a small shed with little food for more than a month, Myint was shoved onto a boat.
The men were at sea for 15 days and finally docked in the far eastern corner of Indonesia.