868 noes, 444 yes.
I wasn't shocked...
because I know the-- the young people got scared.
Them LRI people scared the shit out of 'em, that's all.
[woman] Before we started having those trainings,
I felt like there was a big "yes" vote.
They spoke a lot about a strike,
and like, not being able to be paid, unless we-- You know.
So, I feel like people, you know, are worried about their income.
'Cause I definitely was, you know? So...
There you have it. Overwhelming no.
[Jeff] Good morning, everyone.
-[man] Morning. -[low responses]
Last night I couldn't sleep
even more heavier burden on my shoulder.
You guys gave me a chance
to make FGA better.
My goal is gonna work with the team to make sure
every single issue I cannot resolve overnight,
but give me some time.
-Yeah? -[scattered murmurs]
All right, one more thing: life is short.
We're gonna select the best ten employees go to China.
There's some pictures.
Shanghai is the most modern city in China.
Look like Manhattan, right?
It's like a Manhattan too.
Yeah, this is a Hyatt Hotel. Hyatt Hotel.
They have a sky pool, 55 floor.
You swim in the sky.
And I'm gonna share the good news for you.
One of you lucky guys,
you're gonna see that city.
We're one Fuyao, one family.
We create the miracle.
We need to create success forever.
Let's make American great again.
[man speaking Chinese]
[man in Chinese] The smooth operation of our US project
has laid a solid foundation for our global strategy.
We've achieved double-digit growth in operation management.
Both our earnings and profits have reached new digits.
[Cao in Chinese] The China of my youth was poor
I feel I was happier then.
Now I live in a new era
of prosperity and modernity,
but I have a sense of loss.
I miss the croaking frogs and chirping bugs of my childhood.
The wild flowers blooming in the field.
In the past few decades, I have built so many factories.
Have I taken the peace away and destroyed the environment?
I don't know if I am a contributor or a sinner.
I only think that way when I'm unhappy.
The point of living is to work.
Don't you think so?
[Rob] Last Friday, I was terminated from Fuyao
after two and a half years.
The excuse given was I was too slow pulling up something on the computer.
Took me about two or three minutes.
It wasn't quick enough.
I wouldn't take away the last two and a half years.
I met a lot of good friends
and I learned a lot from the Chinese.
[in Chinese] I don't have any food for you.
I have some watermelon in my apartment.
I don't think he can eat fruit.
[boy] He can eat grass.
-[woman in English] Take care, guys. -[in English] See you later.
-[woman] Bye, Wong. -Bye-bye.
[Wong speaks indistinctly in Chinese]
[Wong] In the old days, all Chinese people wanted in life
was to have enough food and to raise their kids.
That's all they wanted.
When it comes to my generation, we want it all.
We travel wherever we want and buy whatever we like.
[Bobby] GM afforded me a great life...
when they closed the doors.
We will never ever make that type of money again.
Those days are over.
-[woman] There you go! -[people cheering]
-[indistinct chatter] -All right!
-Hey! [laughing] -[woman] Yay!
-Well, I didn't even know. -[man laughing]
[Timi] You never give up on the American dream.
To me, that would be un-American.