he had an opportunity—if what he was, was a whistle-blower—to pick up the phone and call the House Intelligence Committee, the Senate Intelligence Committee, and say I have some information,' Feinstein told CBS' Face The Nation.
We all know what happens to whistle-blowers that blow within....they are quieted, discredited, fired and smeared before they have a chance to tell any that would actually do anything about it. Had he done that business would be continuing as normal and of course that's what they prefer.
This has been how it's done in China for all of recent history. It's not going to change and there are a lot worse "internships" than assembling consoles in a factory. They assign kids to jobs ranging from the worst job imaginable to the best, it's just how things are done there.
Culture differences make things appear more "right" or "wrong" depending on where you live. There are a LOT of worse things to worry about China (or any nation) than their internship practices