(Kathy the translator): TIMEOUT!!!
Mr. Daisey, I think it is time we tell the truth. I can not in good conscious continue to let you talk about our experience at FoxConn so falsely. In all honesty, I am scared for my own life when you make up false accusations and put me in your performance without my consent. You do realize China is a Communist country and it has a history of “silencing” people that speak out against its government and major corporations. I know you are trying to make a few dollars of your performance by talking about how FoxConn exploits its workers, but maybe you should think about how you are exploiting me and the danger I may now be in.
In all honesty, I can say that Mr. Daisey is making up about half of what he is saying. The workers at FoxConn were not as miserable as Mr. Daisey acted. They were very young people who in all honesty were working to support themselves and their families. The working conditions at the factory may not have been up to US standards, but the reality is that these people need to make money and if they complain, someone else will fill their space. The reports of the people with “crippling handicaps” was in no way true. I believe Mr. Daisey compared this factory to a sweat shop in Thailand (NIKE), when in all honesty it is a very developed factory. So, Mr. Daisey, I will ask for you to not continue to use my name in your performance any longer and if you continue, I will take legal action against you. Thank you.