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Letter to Apple about working conditions in their Chinese factory.

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Introduction

´╗┐Hemin Li Mr. Riggs IB English B 3/5/12 The Letter to Apple Dear Apple: Firstly, I want to say thanks to your company because you have brought the evolution of technology. Your company has injected vigor and lots of new elements to our lives. For example, the born of iPhone told us that cell phone that only has one button can also play well or even more convenient than others; the thickness of Mac Book Air totally changed our ideas toward the extreme thickness of computer. ...read more.

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As we all know, currently, China is the largest producer and assembler in the world. And we all feel honor that your company choose Foxconn as your assemblers. However, during 2011, there were 14 workers from Fxconn jumping from the upper story because of the huge working pressure and low wages. ...read more.

Conclusion

Therefore, I think although these workers do not have the intelligence as Steve Jobs, they still pay out their sweat, and they have the right to enjoy good working conditions. Finally, I hope that your company could help Fxconn to solve this problem and become a really successful company that not only at the leading position at technology, buy also at the leading position of solving staff issues. Hemin Li ...read more.

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