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CityU students say no to donation from ‘blood factory’

ejinsight   CityU students stage a protest as businessman Yeung Kin-man (inset, right) and his wife donate HK$200 million to the university.

Open letter to brands sourcing to Yue Yuen Dongguan China

Solidarity action in Hong Kong on 24th April. Solidarity action in Taipei Subject: Adidas, Nike, Timberland, you created this problem, now fix it! Pay workers social insurance now!   To Adidas, Nike and Timberland Hong Kong, 24 April 2014   Since 5 April 2014, workers from Yue Yuen Dongguan factory have gone on strike. Striker size flew up from 1,000 to 50,000 in only few days. Almost all factory workers have joined the strike. This shows the anger of workers towards government and the company has reached the limit. The dispute was triggered by the conspiracybetween the Yue Yuen factory and the local government– The factory did not fully pay social insurance for the workers and the local government officials did not observe this unlawful practice. Workers also discovered the work contracts they are holding are not legally valid. They request the factory to pay back pension and housing provident fundarrear payment, re-sign valid work contract and raise the wage.

Protest at Li & Fung over fatal blaze

 Protest at Li & Fung over fatal blaze source: the Standard : Twenty people have protested outside the headquarters of Li and Fung in Lai Chi Kok, following the death of 100 people at a Bangladesh factory from which the trading firm outsources garments, RTHK reports.The demonstrators, from different labour groups, accused the company of neglecting international safety standards. AMRC photo  


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