This short documentary reveals the hazards of the electronics industry in China profiling workers poisoned by chemicals and their struggle for compensation.
Thousands of young people in China enter export factories to make the West's favorite electronic gadgets, only to find they have contracted occupational diseases or worse, leukemia, by the age of 25.
This 10 minute video is the culmination of a year long investigation into the hazards of the electronics industry in China.
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CAP calls on the government to ensure that all poultry slaughter houses that the poultry supplied to the Muslims should have halal certificates.
This matter is urgent in view of the doubts raised concerning the halal status of method and process of slaughtering chickens in the slaughterhouses in the country. The cleanliness of the centres have also come under wide criticism.
The Consumers Association of Penang urges parents to monitor and limit children’s time spent on Wireless Mobile Devices (WMD) which are ubiquitous and their use obsessive. These devices like smartphones, tablets, phablets, notebooks or other digital devices are weapons of mass distraction because of their addictive nature, multifunctionality, mobility and omnipresence. WMDs are stuck to us 24/7 – in our pockets or handbags while we are awake, and beside our beds while we sleep.
Residents in Marudi are fuming over the appalling ferry services provided by a private contractor. Since 2005, Marudi residents and those who regularly travel on land to Marudi have had to settle for poor ferry services and pay exorbitant rates for a mere 2 minute crossing over two rivers.
The Consumers Association of Penang strongly calls on International Trade and Industry Minister Datuk Seri Mustapa Mohamed not to accept compromises at the ongoing ministerial meeting on the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA).