The tour of Foxconn's Shenzhen factory in the south China province of Guangdon was given to Re/code, but with some restrictions. The actual factory floor where iPads and Macs are made was not part of the tour but it did show where workers lived while on the campus, along with its 24/7 support system. The company is still dealing from fallout after a number of Foxconn workers committed suicide in 2010 due in part to poor working conditions. From Re/code:
A look at one of the worker's dormitories, which can have up to eight people per room, is also part of the tour:
The campus also has amenities such as a swimming pool, an outdoor track, and a main street with fast food restaurants, banks and an Internet cafe where Foxconn workers can play PC games and even watch pornography in private areas.
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