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Post time 2008-4-3 20:27:30 |Display all floors

Hm...

Originally posted by iii3hairs at 4/2/2008 08:24 PM
I am sleepless due to this riot and the hatred from the world !


If you are sleepless now - you will even more sleepless in the future.  As it stands China will be seeing more incidents like this in the future - unless new labor techniques (such as using a mix of Chinese/local labor) are applied:

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2 Chinese strikers die in Equatorial Guinea clash

China Daily - 2008-03-31 06:36

Two Chinese nationals were killed and four were injured in a face-off pitting striking Chinese workers against police in Equatorial Guinea, according to a message posted last Friday on the Foreign Ministry's website.

It said about 100 Chinese workers from a Dalian-based company staged the strike in violation of local laws.

The unrest has subsided, and the four injured are in stable condition, the ministry said.

The Beijing News quoted an embassy official as saying the strike was triggered by labor disputes.

The ambassador and councilors have left the capital city Malabo for the scene several days ago, the official said.

The embassy and the Foreign Ministry have solemnly demanded local authorities investigate the incident and appropriately handle the aftermath.

The Equatorial Guinean government expressed deep regret over the incident, adding it was willing to work with the Chinese side.

The Chinese ambassador is guiding the company in managing relevant concerns, while a working group dispatched by the Chinese side would soon arrive to help with the work, according to the ministry.

The day before the incident, the Foreign Ministry issued a statement, reminding overseas Chinese workers to comply with local laws.

It encouraged overseas workers dealing with conflicts to turn to relevant institutions, authorities or Chinese embassies for help. The ministry specifically advised them against taking illegal actions, including unlawful strikes and demonstrations, to "avoid inflaming conflicts and eventually harming workers' legal rights".

Labor conflicts involving overseas Chinese workers have become more frequent in recent years due to the increasing flow of Chinese nationals to foreign labor markets, it said.
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Post time 2008-4-3 20:44:00 |Display all floors

you know what i'm gettin at...

Originally posted by zglobal at 4/3/08 07:38 AM
Get your little friend to push a button pitran?


my middle initial is james not i as in idiot in your case  

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Post time 2008-4-3 20:53:40 |Display all floors
Originally posted by zglobal at 4/3/2008 07:46 AM
Trader....

It seems there is always a note of glee in your posts when you talk about a problem with China.

It wouldn't be that you wish China badly would it ?

Two people died and 4 injured. It's a sad case because from what I know of Chinese people they are very tolerant.
I guess they were pushed to the limit.  


<arched eyebrow>  Hm, are you projecting your emotions into the items I post?

No, no glee - just a cold hard pimp slap to the face of a few forumites around here with "rose coloured glasses".
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Post time 2008-4-3 20:57:36 |Display all floors

China, for the most part...

... has been very, very lucky with international relations and with P.R. Chinese travelling aboard.  Z, you and I know that luck only goes so far.  If the Chinese are upset with internal matters - then an event like an overrun embassy with a mass hostage situation is going to make China absolutely furious.
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