Fourteen employees of Apple Computer's Chinese supplier Foxconn have killed themselves in the last 16 months. The company's solution? Force employees to sign written promises not to kill themselves. Not only that, but they also have to promise that if they do their families will only seek minimum compensation for damages.
The wave of suicides came as worldwide demand for iPhones and iPads rocketed, forcing staff to put in up to 98 hours of overtime a month almost three times the limit in Chinese law.
He suggested people live in shipping containers to survive the disaster, which would kill millions of people and split the island in half.
Police said they were investigating if the blogger had conspired with a container business to defraud people. The containers cost about $5,500 (£3,300) each, once water and electricity are included.
The police have not been able to trace "Teacher Wang", who had touted his theory to TV reporters but insisted his face not be shown.
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