Posted on January 13th, 2011 in Foxconn, photos, Shenzhen, suicide, workers
Oh my god. 2011 has arrived and the Foxconn suicide cluster still continues. Today’s latest news is from the Foxconn factory in Shenzhen. A female engineer, Wang Ling, jumped from her brother’s 10th-floor flat, not from the dormitory in the factory. Due to her mental state problems, Foxconn could not let her carry on working as an engineer. This is the 15th suicide so far, and the first Foxconn suicide in 2011.
Posted on November 5th, 2010 in Chinese, employee, Foxconn, safety, suicide, workers
Oh my god. Today morning, another employee of Foxconn leapt to his/her death. This happened at one of Foxconn’s manufacturing facilities in the southern Chinese manufacturing hub of Shenzhen. The death was confirmed by the municipal government. No further information was immediately available. We are sad, and one thing comes to our mind, where are the safety nets? Updated.
Posted on August 5th, 2010 in Foxconn, jump, Shenzhen, suicide, videos, workers
happened on July 20. And now, another employee attempt to commit suicide at Foxconn.
Luckily, it’s unsuccessful
, thanks for the safety net which has surrounded the building.
Posted on July 20th, 2010 in Foshan, Foxconn, jump, report, Shenzhen, suicide
A worker at an affiliate of Foxconn died Tuesday after falling from a dorm building. It was unclear whether the latest death was also a suicide.
Posted on May 19th, 2010 in Apple, Foxconn, suicide, workers
The Foxconn suicide mess is all started from job stress. Within half a year, there are 9 suicides with 7 confirmed-deaths in Foxconn’s factory of China, Shenzhen. In order to find out what’s really going on in that factory, the Southern Weekly, described by The New York Times as China’s most influential liberal newspaper, has sent an amateur reporter to slip into Foxconn’s factory to pretend as a worker and the mission is to find out the truth of the suicide cluster.
Posted on May 19th, 2010 in Apple, Foxconn, iPad, iPhone, suicide, workers
The Foxconn workers are working hard to make Apple motherboards, iPhones, and all kinds of things for Apple everyday. Some of them have attempted suicide because of working pressure. Today, Foxconn starts to cure their lovely workers by introducing the “Destress Room”.