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Work culture in China: eat and be eaten

Those who do not comply are fired: Meituan employees in Dongguan in southern China at the start of a long shift.

At the end of January, Zhang Yifei’s post went viral in China. In it, the 25-year-old Chinese publicly condemned the working conditions at his employer Tencent. “Have you ever considered that it’s a matter of life and death for your employees when you set up such work schedules?” he ranted in an internal company chat group with 600 members.

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