There are 180 million Chinese migrant workers who were born in the eighties and nineties. A few hundred thousand of them work at the Foxconn factory in Shenzhen making iPhones and other electronics.
One young man says: “I want to make a little more money, to work well at the Foxconn factory, and when I have more money I’ll go back home. I don’t have big dreams.”
Another: “I graduated in 2007 from Zhongnan Finance University, then I came here in April 2009. Now I work on the iPhones, I do the testing.”
Check out the footage (two minutes in) of hundreds of college-age Chinese walking to the factory, for some reason many of them wearing identical jackets.
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