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No pinyi, no time for Google Translate. To author's idea, I quite agree. Not sure how the local law can protect this part of human interests from being deprived. May be they are mostly contractors to be declared redundant at their 35's, where Huawei probably got a little bit legit ground, but this isn't the point!
If the news is true, Huawei has clearly performed what age discrimination is like, which will be seriously treated and ruled in developed legal environments. Not to mention terminating formal employees' appointment without a sound reason. The only difference is whether it's developed legal environment. The one in Shenzhen or China is quite like the earlier stage of capitalism, as propaganda said "developing stage of socialism". Here I quote what Henry Ford had said, which I believe concludes very similar ground Huawei wants to get rid of its employees, " Why is it every time I ask for a pair of hands, they come with a brain attached? "