Uniqlo, a Japanese based fast-fashion company, has its eyes set on conquering the US market. A few years ago, its only US location was in NYC. But now it is expanding, but at what cost? Well, apparently at the cost of garment employees, because they work in really crappy conditions. The Chinese factory where many of their clothes are made features disgustingly long hours, low pay, awful working environment, cruel treatment from management…yeah, sounds like a sweatshop to me. Employees claimed that they were paid just a third of their average monthly salary. Uh, WTF, Uniqlo? Screw your cozy clothes, pay your workers.