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Jiashi / Jasic
Aug 28th, 2018 by Gao

Shenzhen worker activists determined to unionise despite dismissal (China Labour Bulletin)

A small group of factory workers staged a protest outside the gates of Jasic Technology in Shenzhen early this morning, 24 July, demanding reinstatement after being dismissed and beaten by thugs for trying to set up a union.
“We want to be reinstated! We want to unionise!” the workers chanted as factory security guards prevented them from entering the plant.
This morning’s protest was the latest action in the workers’ campaign for unionisation which began in May after working conditions at the factory in Shenzhen’s Pingshan district had reportedly deteriorated to the point where workers were forced to act just to ensure a living wage.

Mimi Lau: Chinese Maoists join students in fight for workers’ rights at Jasic Technology (Sputh China Morning Post)

Leftists show support for employees of stock market-listed company, who are campaigning for the right to form a trade union

Police raid student group as support for Shenzhen Jasic workers grows (China Labour Bulletin)

A group of more than 50 student activists, who are supporting workers dismissed for trying to set up a trade union at Jasic Technology in Shenzhen, have been detained in an early morning police raid on their rented accommodation in the city.
Sources familiar with the incident which occurred at 5.00.am today, said those detained included Lan Zhiwei, Yu Kailong, and Yu Weiye, three workers who had been released on bail from an earlier mass arrest, as well as student activists Yue Xin, Zhan Zhenzhen, and Feng Ge from Beijing University, and several other students from Renmin University and Nanjing University.

Detained Activist Yue Xin on the Jasic Workers (China Digital Times)

About 50 student activists and workers advocating in Shenzhen for the establishment of an independent trade union have been detained in an early morning raid. Most of those detained are college students from Peking University, Nanjing University, Renmin University, and other schools who have formed an informal coalition with workers at a Jasic Technology factory to support their protests throughout the spring and summer.

Sue-Lin Wong, Christian Shepherd: Student activists disappear in southern China after police raid (Reuters)

Police in riot gear stormed an apartment in southern China on Friday where about 40 student activists and others supporting factory workers seeking to form a labour union were staying, according to activists who said they received a video of the raid as it was taking place.

深圳佳士公司工人“维权”事件的背后(新华)

“组建工会”“改善福利”“支持复工”……7月20日上午,数名原深圳佳士科技公司工人高喊着“维权”口号,冲击佳士公司厂区大门。
  随后的7月24日、7月26日、7月27日,佳士公司发生多次拉标语、喊口号的工人“维权”事件。几名工人一度闯进厂区逼停生产经营,甚至占领派出所值班室扰乱正常办公。
  近期,这起普通的工人“维权”事件,通过互联网特别是境外网站持续发酵,不少工人、学生、网民被裹挟其中,舆情迅速升温。记者采访发现,随着公安机关侦查的深入,潜伏在工人们争取利益诉求背后的真相慢慢浮出水面。

Statement (Worker Empowerment)

WE has never been involved in organizing or financially supporting workers or their supporters. Having been following the rapid developments in the recent JASIC incident, our organization hopes that the rights and safety of all participants are legally and reasonably taken care of as soon as possible.

就《深圳佳士公司工人”维权”事件的背后》一文三问新华社(时代先锋)

8月24日晚11点半左右,新华社就佳士工人维权事件发表评论文,文中写到,”一起普通企业员工维权事件之所以愈演愈烈,是因为有境外势力想利用此次维权事件挑起事端。”文中还提到,维权行为应合法合规。
  然而,此文却经不起丝毫的推敲,陈词滥调早让人生厌,混账逻辑更令人愤慨。
  一问新华社,境外势力利用维权工人有何证据?

China: Release all arrested Jasic Technology workers and solidarity group activists! Drop all charges! (中国劳工论坛)
Brian Hioe: Dozens Arrested After Worker Protests in Shenzhen (New Bloom)
Shannon Tiezzi: Communist China’s Crackdown on Labor Protesters (The Diplomat)

China’s rhetorical embrace of Marx hasn’t prevented th e arrests of activists supporting an independent trade union.

Wolfgang Pomrehn: China: Harsches Vorgehen gegen Arbeiterproteste in Shenzhen (Telepolis)
Peter Nowak: Verbrechen: Gewerkschaftsgründung (Neues Deutschland)
Maoist Labor Campaigner ‚Kidnapped,‘ Believed Detained, in China’s Guangdong (Radio Free Asia)

A Maoist activist who supported a campaign to set up an independent workers‘ union in the southern Chinese province of Guangdong has been „kidnapped“ and is being detained in an unknown location, prompting further protests by labor activists, RFA has learned.
Shen Mengyu, a former employee of the Jasic Technology factory in Guangdong’s Shenzhen city, was taken away by the authorities after she led a campaign for a union to negotiate collectively on behalf of some 1,000 Jasic workers.
Shen was grabbed and forcibly restrained by three unidentified individuals as she ate dinner with her father on Aug. 11, before being bundled into an unmarked vehicle, sources close to the campaign told RFA.

Protest vor der chinesischen Botschaft in Berlin (Labournet)

Streik bei Yue Yuen in Dongguan | Sinopec-Teilprivatisierung
Apr 17th, 2014 by Gao

Dr. Rolf Geffken hat auf folgende Artikel hingewiesen:
More than ten thousand workers stage strike at massive Dongguan shoe factory (China Labour Bulletin)

At least 10,000 workers at shoe-making factories owned by Yue Yuen Industrial in Dongguan took to the streets Monday 14 April 2014, protesting the company’s failure to pay its 70,000 employees their full social security and housing fund contributions.

Hou Liqiang: Report identifies sources of mass protests (China Daily)

Public protests since 2000 were usually sparked by labor disputes, land acquisitions, forced demolitions, pollution, traffic accidents and incidents involving ethnic groups, a major report found.
However, one researcher raised concerns that the report did not reflect the „true situation“ in China because it was based solely on mainstream media coverage.
Forty-four percent of public protests involved people venting their opposition to officials‘ actions, according to the report by the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.

Zu dem Streik in der Schuhfabrik siehe auch:
Mimi Lau: Yue Yuen shoe factory workers‘ strike at Dongguan plants continues (South China Morning Post)

Thousands of workers continued their strike yesterday at a sports shoe manufacturer in Dongguan in a dispute over welfare payments.
An estimated 40,000 workers downed tools at seven Yue Yuen factories in the city, according to some of the workers taking part in the stoppages. The company said more than 1,000 staff stopped working.
About 3,000 also took part in a protest march yesterday, the workers said.
The firm is listed on the Hong Kong stock exchange and produces footwear for international brands including Nike, Adidas and Timberland.

杜建国:中石化搞“混合所有制”对谁有利?(杜建国的博客)

2月19日,中石化发布公告称公司董事会已同意在油品销售业务板块现有资产、负债进行审计、评估的基础上进行重组,同时引入社会和民营资本参股,实现混合所有制经营;社会和民营资本持股比例将根据市场情况厘定,上限可能不超过30%。

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