In the New York Times, David Barboza and Keith Bradsher write about the role of technology in the Honda Lock factory strike:
It is labor revolt by text message and video upload, underwritten by the Chinese government.
On Wednesday, a look at photographs on the Internet that were taken by workers at Honda Lock in Zhongshan during a strike.
The 1,700 workers who went on strike at the Honda Lock auto parts factory here are mostly poor migrants with middle-school educations.
June 16, 2010 9:05 PM