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When Wang Yafang was fired from her job at a Walmart in southern China in July 2011 for dishonesty, she refused to sign the termination papers and even showed up at work the next day - only to be sent away.
An increase in worker militancy is prompting Beijing to look at ways to deal with a threat to investment
The Chinese government is gaining an unlikely ally in its effort to overhaul the economy: striking Chinese workers.
Han Dongfang talks to Xu Ziqi, a worker activist who is single-handedly doing the job of the union in monitoring her employer’s legal compliance and safeguarding employee rights.
As if in anticipation of May Day, one of the largest episodes of labor resistance in decades unfurled in Southern China like a great red carpet of contention throughout the month of April.
CLB's Communications Director, Geoffrey Crothall says the rise in the number of strikes and employee protests across China is one consequence of a changing workforce, and both the official trade union and businesses must adapt
Geoffrey Crothall says the rise in the number of strikes and employee protests across China is one consequence of a changing workforce, and both the official trade union and businesses must adapt
Walmart workers in two Chinese cities are fighting back against the world’s largest retailer after losing their jobs.
China state television's flagship English-language news program China 24 reported on the on going strike at the Yue Yuan shoe factory in Dongguan and the recent increase in worker activism across China.
China’s Southern Weekend newspaper talks to the previously unheralded trade union chairman who stood up for his members and did battle with the world’s largest retailer, Walmart.

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