Video: Foxconn employee describes violent protests in China

Credit: Upworthy- Published on December 1, 2022
'River of blood': Foxconn employee describes violent protests in China Video obtained by CNN shows violence in China at Foxconn, the world's largest iPhone factory. Workers are protesting unfair treatment, dirty living conditions, and chaotic Covid rules, as CNN's Selina Wang reports. Video…

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Published on December 1, 2022 -  01:30
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