Liu Zhiyi reports after having worked undercover for 28 days at a Chinese Foxconn factory, where Apple (and other) devices are assembled:
When chatting with them, I often struggled to respond, as I felt I
was ridiculously fortunate. They actually envied those who could
take a leave due to work injury, while casually joking about how
their station’s been toxicated. When talking about their
colleagues’ suicidal jumps, there was often a surprisingly calm
reaction, and sometimes even a banter would be made about it, as
if they were all outsiders.