There was something familiar about Rana Plaza, owned by another slick-looking, gold-ring-wearing wannabe entrepreneur (luckily the man, Sohel Rana, was arrested on April 28). From the outside, Rana Plaza looked quite impressive for Bangladesh—the facade had ultramodern windows. It was eight stories high. But it was destined to be a pile of rubble.
Elizabeth Cline on what she found when she traveled undercover as a garment buyer to Dhaka, Bangladesh. The Rana Plaza garment factory collapsed on April 24 leaving at least 390 dead.