The sign inside Li Zhong Human Resources near Foxconn’s factory in Zhengzhou highlighted that it did not accept applications from China’s Uygur and Tibetan minorities. Photo: Cissy Zhou
The sign inside Li Zhong Human Resources near Foxconn’s factory in Zhengzhou highlighted that it did not accept applications from China’s Uygur and Tibetan minorities. Photo: Cissy Zhou

iPhone maker distances itself from ‘unauthorised’ agency discriminating against China’s Uygur and Tibetan ethnic minorities

  • Li Zhong Human Resources near Foxconn’s factory in Zhengzhou said it did not accept applications from workers from China’s Uygur and Tibetan minorities
  • Foxconn alerted local government officials to the ‘possible illicit activity’ near the world’s largest iPhone assembly plant in China’s Henan province

The sign inside Li Zhong Human Resources near Foxconn’s factory in Zhengzhou highlighted that it did not accept applications from China’s Uygur and Tibetan minorities. Photo: Cissy Zhou
The sign inside Li Zhong Human Resources near Foxconn’s factory in Zhengzhou highlighted that it did not accept applications from China’s Uygur and Tibetan minorities. Photo: Cissy Zhou
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