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Who are Triads and What they Do IThe Chinese mafia began in order to overthrow the Han dynasty AThe group started by helping the people fight against mistreatments sone by the government BThe group operates on a simple hierarchy system that has been used for hundreds of years CAfter the end of the Qing Dynasty the groups became split on what to do ITriads came to America during the late 1800s ATom Lee was the founder of one of Americas first Triad groups BMock Duck created a second group which started war between the two factions CTechnology has helped the Triads become more efficient criminals IIn modern times the triads have broadened their business to include prostitution imigration money laundering opium heroin trade and even software AIllegal immigrants are often shipped here under poor conditions BWoman are forced to either work prostitution or even become a slave house wife IVThe Chinese mafia is currently a powerful force that holds dire consequences for those who cross them ABusinesses that have the words tong or society can be suspect of having triad ties BTriads often hide as corporations to conceal their identities CAgencies from all over the world are trying to stop triads illegal actions VOverall the group preys on the weak and should be avoided The Chinese Mafia or Triads as they are commonly referred as is one of the oldest and most powerful organizations in the world Since 200 years before Christ it has been controlling everything from business to the individual yet it masquerades as an organization for the people For the past few decades agencies have been trying to battle the organized crime syndicate but little ground has been made The Triads have gone through many changes as time has progressed First starting as a rebellion a crime ring and now a powerful force
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