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amazing! a day in huawei as a foreigner!

a team got a tour of huawei’s sprawling shenzhen campus, home to the chinese tech giant at the eye of a global security storm. let’s check it!

 

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in just three decades, huawei has grown into one of the largest telecom companies in the world.

 

amazing! a day in huawei as a foreigner!

 

the chinese company’s smartphones are now competing with both apple’s iphones and samsung’s galaxy range, while it is working to deliver 5g to the world. huawei has, however, faced a lot of scrutinies recently.

 

western countries suspect that the company has ties with the chinese government and, as a result, have blocked huawei’s activity. huawei’s cfo meng wanzhou was also arrested in canada and was threatened with extradition after the american judiciary accused the firm of fraud and ip theft.

 

amazing! a day in huawei as a foreigner!

 

in short, huawei could probably use an image boost — which is possibly why the company has invited more journalists to take a look behind the scenes.

 

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business insider went to visit the huawei campus in shenzhen in 2018 along with another 40 journalists from various european countries.

 

while we didn’t get a peek at any of huawei’s technological triumphs, a number of the company’s senior executives did answer the press’ questions.

 

scroll on to have a look at huawei’s campus in shenzhen.

 

huawei was founded in 1987

 

amazing! a day in huawei as a foreigner!

head of huawei richard yu with the mate 9. herwin thole / business insider

with roughly 180,000 employees working for huawei, the tech giant’s revenue stood at $100 billion in 2018, and the company is even bigger than apple in the smartphone market.

 

huawei’s campus is located in the north of shenzhen

 

amazing! a day in huawei as a foreigner!

in the seventies, shenzhen was still a poor fishing village. created with datawrapper

shenzhen is a bustling city in southern china that has been twinned with hong kong. from humble beginnings as a poor fishing village, shenzhen has grown into the silicon valley of china.

 

30,000 employees live and work on this campus

 

amazing! a day in huawei as a foreigner!

the campus covers two square kilometers. herwin thole / business insider

of huawei’s 180,000 employees worldwide, around 30,000 live and work on the campus in shenzhen, which measures two square kilometers.

 

here’s huawei’s new campus in dongguan, which is where were shown around.

 

amazing! a day in huawei as a foreigner!

huawei has constructed a new complex, home to “villages” named after european cities. 

some employees are moving — or have already moved — to a new campus in dongguan, an hour’s drive north of shenzhen.

 

huawei has built a brand new complex c0vering nine square kilometers, with villages named and, it would seem, designed, with european cities in mind.

 

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this year, huawei will be shifting a lot of its work to dongguan

 

amazing! a day in huawei as a foreigner!

the land is cheaper in dongguan than in shenzhen. 

2019 will see huawei transfer a lot of its product research and development to dongguan, where land is cheaper than in shenzhen.

 

huawei’s head office will be staying where it is

 

amazing! a day in huawei as a foreigner!

huawei’s head office, where it’s mostly administrative work being carried out, 

will be staying where it’s currently situated in shenzhen.

 

huawei’s dongguan campus consists of 10 blocks

 

amazing! a day in huawei as a foreigner!

a map of the huawei campus. 

each block is allocated to a specific business unit of huawei.

 

each campus area has its own canteen, architectural style, and employees

amazing! a day in huawei as a foreigner!

there are buses that can take you from one block to another. 

 

employees can travel between buildings via bus or on foot.

 

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at noon, we got a tour of the campus

amazing! a day in huawei as a foreigner!

one of the buses that travel across the campus. herwin thole / business insider

we were taken around by bus.

 

the campus’ buildings are far from sleek and modern

amazing! a day in huawei as a foreigner!

the huawei campus’ buildings feature old european-style architecture. 

what’s particularly striking about the buildings is that they aren’t as sleek and modern as you might expect a tech company’s buildings to look. instead, they have an old european feel.

 

the campus has a lot of greenery

amazing! a day in huawei as a foreigner!

no blade of grass out of place on huawei’s grounds. herwin thole / business insider

the campus’ many green spaces are kept well maintained.

 

huawei’s founder ren zhengfei was closely involved in the design of the campus

amazing! a day in huawei as a foreigner!

aerial photographs of the campus. 

zhengfei, apparently, has a strong interest in architecture and gardens.

 

amazing! a day in huawei as a foreigner!

we stopped at a lake where we found a black swan looking for food

huawei has imported three black swans from australia. herwin thole / business insider

black swans have special significance for zhengfei — in economic science, a black swan means an event with major consequences that no one saw coming.

 

as well as being pleasant to watch, the birds’ presence on the campus is meant to serve as a reminder to staff not to rest on their laurels — and to always be prepared for the unexpected.

 

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we had lunch at the training center for new staff members

amazing! a day in huawei as a foreigner!

one of the campus’ canteens. herwin thole / business insider

the campus has large canteens where 1,000 employees can eat at the same time.

 

upon entering, my face was scanned

amazing! a day in huawei as a foreigner!

after your face is scanned, you can see it on a large screen at the entrance. herwin thole / business insider

when the system recognizes an employee, his name and role are displayed — anyone not on the system will show up as unrecognized.

 

in the food court, there are parasols hung from the ceiling

amazing! a day in huawei as a foreigner!

the canteen’s food court. herwin thole / business insider

space has a southern european feel.

 

we also went to one of the more “luxurious” canteens on the campus

amazing! a day in huawei as a foreigner!

the choice was wide. herwin thole / business insider

from korean pancakes with beef and fried potatoes with cream, this canteen had it all.

 

there was a vast array of food to choose from

amazing! a day in huawei as a foreigner!

we were spoilt for choice in this canteen. herwin thole / business insider

the canteen served a plethora of different kinds of fruit.

 

there was even a sushi chef

amazing! a day in huawei as a foreigner!

the slightly more ‘upscale’ canteen. herwin thole / business insider

 

the chef prepares fresh fish right in front of you

 

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after lunch, we went back to the auditorium

amazing! a day in huawei as a foreigner!

huawei ‘s auditorium. herwin thole / business insider

the promised visit to the factory floor, unfortunately, didn’t take place so we joined 40 or so journalists in the auditorium.

 

instead, we were given a presentation by clement wong, head of global product marketing.

amazing! a day in huawei as a foreigner!

clement wong. herwin thole / business insider

wong spoke about the rise of shenzhen. a host of other executives also took to the stage, including kevin ho, head of huawei’s smartphone department.

 

the visit was carefully stage-managed and few secrets were revealed.

amazing! a day in huawei as a foreigner!

herwin thole / business insider

but it was a rare opportunity to get a glimpse under the bonnet of a chinese tech firm that has dominated the headlines in the west.

illegal! expats in china should know this!

an airport on tropical hainan island has become the first in china to put up a notice warning passengers not to throw coins at planes to pray for a safe trip after numerous such incidents have delayed flights across the country.

illegal! expats in china should know this!

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an image circulating online on sunday showed the warning displayed on a screen located before the security check area at phoenix international airport in sanya.

it warned passengers that tossing coins at a plane was not only against the law but it would also harm their prayers for protection.

we respectfully inform you that tossing coins at a plane to pray for good fortune is illegal and it also violates the aviation safety code and will harm blessings,” the notice read.

illegal! expats in china should know this!

an english translation of the notice read simply: “it is illegal to throw money into an airplane to pray for good luck.

but the airport told shanghai-based news outlet thepaper.cn that the message was no longer displayed because it was being revised.

 

the warning has been taken down while it is amended, and the english translation might be scrapped. it will go up again once it has been adjusted,” an airport employee who was not identified was quoted as saying.

illegal! expats in china should know this!

 

he said the airport had not had any cases of passengers throwing coins at planes, but the staff was in place to keep an eye on people during boarding. it had decided to display the warning after a number of “lucky coin toss” incidents at other airports in china in recent years.

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the first case was reported in 2017 when an 80-year-old woman threw a handful of coins into the engine of a china southern airlines flight at shanghai pudong international airport to “pray for safety” – delaying the flight for more than five hours.

illegal! expats in china should know this!

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police decided not to take action against the elderly passenger after taking into account her age and the fact she had not intended to cause any harm.

since then, there have been more incidents. so far this year, at least five people have thrown coins at planes as they were boarding – delaying their flights for hours and in some cases landing them in detention.

illegal! expats in china should know this!

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shenzhen airlines took action in one case, suing a man who threw two coins at a plane engine as he was boarding a flight from nanning to shenyang in 2017. the man agreed to pay the airline 50,000 yuan (us$7,240) to settle the case in march.

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in fact,  after the plane accident in ethiopia, there are lots of “lucky coin toss” frequently. some passenger believes that it can bring them luck.

 

illegal! expats in china should know this!

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in may 2019, the two were detained at jinan yaoqiang international airport following the incident, forcing nearly 260 passengers to be evacuated from the jet bound for chengdu, southwest china’s sichuan province.

 

airport staff found that the two passengers threw coins out of the air bridge of luck air flight 8l9616 as they were boarding. the security staff members later found two one-yuan coins under the bridge.

cheers to 5th anniversary |我们五岁啦

just now, hacos 5th anniversary lunch ended at the blessing of all staffs.

刚刚,瀚客5周年暨升级乔迁庆典在全体员工的祝福声中落下了帷幕。

cheers to 5th anniversary |我们五岁啦

cheers to 5th anniversary |我们五岁啦

 

we really appreciated the presence of all of our clients, friends, and partners.

我们由衷的感谢莅临现场的每一位客户,朋友及ag真人试玩的合作伙伴。

cheers to 5th anniversary |我们五岁啦

cheers to 5th anniversary |我们五岁啦

cheers to 5th anniversary |我们五岁啦

cheers to 5th anniversary |我们五岁啦

 

that’s right! hacos is five years old now!

没错,转眼间,瀚客已经五岁啦!

today, we’re happy to gather together with joy and happiness.

we’ll stay real and keep moving.

今天,我们相聚一起

欢声笑语,共获喜悦

不忘初心,继续前行

cheers to 5th anniversary |我们五岁啦

in this important moment, hacos really appreciates all the people we met during these five years!

thanks for being there such a long time!

在这个重要的时刻里,瀚客真心感谢这五年间遇到的每一个人!

谢谢你这么长的时间一直陪着我!

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sense of ceremony?

仪式感?

 

there is a sentence in the little prince 

sense of ceremony, that is, what makes one day different from other days, one moment different from other moments.

《小王子》里说:“仪式感,就是使某一天与其他日子不同,使某一刻与其他时刻不同。”

hacos 5th anniversary lunch won’t miss ribbon-cutting.

5周年暨升级乔迁庆典当然少不了剪彩。

cheers to 5th anniversary |我们五岁啦

cheers to 5th anniversary |我们五岁啦

the ribbon-cutting ceremony took place at 8:40.

剪彩仪式准时在上午8点40分进行。

salute rises, ribbon falls, a new journey officially opened!

礼炮升起,彩带落下,新一段征程正式开启!cheers to 5th anniversary |我们五岁啦

cheers to 5th anniversary |我们五岁啦

 

wish you guys happy every day!

愿你天黑有灯,下雨有伞

愿你外出有单,转介有单,时刻有单

愿你工作有大家陪伴,路上有良人陪伴!

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ceremony

玩转庆典

office tour

首先便是参观新办公室。

其实,早在6月中旬,本司部分职能部门已搬至银政大厦五楼。

看,这一排排干净,整齐,宽敞的办工桌。有木有很靓啊?!

 

cheers to 5th anniversary |我们五岁啦

captain harvey: thank you guys for being there all the time. all of you have devoted the best years of youth to the company. in the next five years, hacos will have a more stable and high-speed development!

老板说:感谢大家一直以来的陪伴,谢谢你们将青春里最美好的几年奉献给了公司。下一个五年,瀚客会更加稳定更加高速的发展。

cheers to 5th anniversary |我们五岁啦

cheers to 5th anniversary |我们五岁啦

under the leadership of general manager harvey

hacos promised: we will continue to provide superior service.

在哈总的带领下,瀚客承诺, 我们会一如既往的提供优质的服务。

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competition

第二轮团队综合竞赛

1与身边的hacos五周年元素合照

2你猜我画

3体感跳舞

 

cheers to 5th anniversary |我们五岁啦

cheers to 5th anniversary |我们五岁啦

 

congratulations to all winners!

感谢所有参赛人员,恭喜获奖队伍!

cheers to 5th anniversary |我们五岁啦

cheers to 5th anniversary |我们五岁啦

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lunch

午宴

if god gives me 24 hours, i want to eat all the delicious food in the baiyun hotel

如果上帝给我24小时,我一定去吃遍白云宾馆的美食。

actually, i love spicy food a lot. therefore, i won’t try these plain food to some extent.

我本身是一个不吃辣会死星人, 所以平时不会想到将各种食材以各种方式作出清淡的亚子。

however, when i came to guangdong, everything has changed! i’m lost in the world of cantonese cuisine…

但,直到我来了广东,

在博大精深的粤菜世界里小编逐渐迷失了自己。

cheers to 5th anniversary |我们五岁啦

cheers to 5th anniversary |我们五岁啦

then, there was a birthday party for the staff.

随后举行了5,6月份员工生日会,

切蛋糕,唱生日歌,颁发生日礼物 

cheers to 5th anniversary |我们五岁啦

 

happy birthday! until now, the ceremony ended successfully!

祝你们生日快乐,愿你们永怀梦想,不忘初心,澄澈明朗!至此,本次庆典活动圆满结束。我们有理由相信,瀚客的明天会更精彩!

 

in the end, happy birthday, my dear hacos!

最后,祝你生日快乐,我亲爱的瀚客! 

10,000rmb fine for removing member from wechat group chat!

in recent days, a wechat group admin was fined rmb 10,000 for merely removing members from his wechat group chat, which has sparked a heated discussion among netizens. 

10,000rmb fine for removing member from wechat group chat!

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10,000rmb fine for removing member from wechat group chat!

 

it seems that he didn’t break any laws in china, but the truth is he got a huge penalty. why? let’s check it!

 

10,000rmb fine for removing member from wechat group chat!

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according to the relevant media, mr.liu(柳) alleged that when he, the plaintiff, spoke in the “litigation service group” of wechat group, he was kicked out of the group by the group owner, mr.liu(刘), then he has not been able to enter the group until now.

 

10,000rmb fine for removing member from wechat group chat!

10,000rmb fine for removing member from wechat group chat!

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alright, alright. 

 

everything seems ok. his only “rude” offense is removing one of the members from his own wechat group.

 

10,000rmb fine for removing member from wechat group chat!

 

however, the litigation outcome is, the court ordered the defendant to re-invite the plaintiff to enter the wechat group “litigation service group”, apologized to the plaintiff openly for three consecutive days in the wechat group, and paid the plaintiff mental damage compensation 10,000 yuan.

 

10,000rmb fine for removing member from wechat group chat!

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admins should take full responsibility for group chats.

 

group owners (admins) are encouraged to take full responsibility for members and chat discussions. 

 

more specifically, admins are told to manage the conduct of all group members and make sure information posted in groups abides by the law, user agreements and conventions.

 

10,000rmb fine for removing member from wechat group chat!

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whoever owns the group should be responsible, and whoever manages the group should be responsible,” the rules read. 

chat group administrators who fail to remove prohibited content from chats can face criminal charges or administrative detention.

 

10,000rmb fine for removing member from wechat group chat!

 

the following types of content will be prohibited in chat groups on wechat:

 

  • sensitive political content

  • rumors

  • internal documents [of the chinese communist party and government units] 4. content that is vulgar, pornographic, violent or shows drug-related criminal acts

  • news from hong kong and macau that has not been reported by official media outlets

  • military information

  • state secrets

  • videos from anonymous sources that insult or destroy the police’s reputation

  • other illegal information

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