Original title: Firing of Chinese Facebook Engineer Ignites Fury Back Home
Netease Technologies News, Oct. 11, according to foreign media reports, a Chinese programmer of social media giant Facebook has been fired for accusing the company of bullying Chinese employees, which has sparked a heated debate in China's domestic social media.
Facebook's former software engineer, Yin Yi, posted a post on WeChat, because
The commemoration on September 26, local time, turned into a demonstration in which participants protested against Facebook's discrimination against Chinese employees. Yin said that the personnel department sent him the e-mail and called him to a meeting the next day at which Yin was told not to talk publicly about the death of his Chinese colleague for privacy reasons.
A few days later, Yin received the second time
The engineer described his experience on Wechat. He received more than 7,000 praises for posting about his dismissal on LinkedIn, a recruitment platform, and many people said they wanted to offer him a new job. It is known that the discussion posts about his dismissal have been browsed more than 1.6 million times.
Austin of Facebook says by email:
A widely circulated video shows dozens of Chinese in black gathered in Facebook's famous Facebook during a memorial service in memory of 38-year-old Chinese software engineers
But David, co-founder of Deeper Network, a cyber security startup,
Yin Yi joined the Facebook, in July this year and said in a telephone interview:
After the suicide of a Chinese engineer jumping from a building on Facebook, both current and former employees of the company posted online posts about bullying foreign employees. At the commemoration on September 26, Patrick Shyu, a self-proclaimed Facebook and former Google programmer, said in a video that the Chinese worker who committed suicide had received an unfair rating and was therefore banned from changing groups.
Shyu quoted anonymous posts on Facebook's internal forums as saying that this could affect his renewal of his H-1B work visa. Shyu said he was fired by Facebook. He did not respond to requests for comment via Twitter, and Austin declined to comment on Shyu's allegations. (Chen Chen)