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This is the epicentre of operations for Foxconn, China's biggest exporter, which makes products under licence for Apple using a 420,000-strong workforce in Shenzhen. The document, a copy of which has been obtained by the Mail, states that all employees (or their dependants) must promise not to sue the company as the result of 'any unexpected death or injury, including suicide or self torture'.In reality, these 'loving hearts' are 10ft high wire fences on the roofs and 15ft wide nets at the base of all buildings.
Workers who fail to respond to the chanting monks or the entreaties of social workers are secretly shipped to Shenzhen Mental Health Centre, a private facility where there are several wards crammed with Foxconn employees.When Apple boss Steve Jobs unveiled his latest creation this week, the event was given quasi-religious significance.At a ceremony in San Francisco, more than 5,000 supplicants paid homage to a man hailed by some as a visionary.I walked the same path from dorm to factory and back to dorm. Ma Xiangqian, 18, who killed himself earlier this year after just three months at Foxconn, was too scared to give up his job, despite the pressure, knowing poverty awaited as thousands compete for a single post. First, he was 'fined' from his wages for breaking two tools by accident.After being exhorted to work harder, he was eventually taken off the production line and forced to wash toilets for several weeks as punishment.