中国科技业工作朝九晚九，周六无休的时长引发 “996.ICU”运动： “工作996，生病icu!“ 得到全球范围内的反响。在中美关系逐渐恶化下，技术工人必须寻找共同点，分享组织策略，并不断相互学习。
Category - Rereading: China
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Meet delegates of the 1973 trip.
The 996.ICU movement in China—named after a rhyme in Chinese, “working 9 a.m. to 9 p.m for 6 days a week puts you in the ICU”—was a cry against the exploitative tech sector. Tech workers worldwide must learn its lessons and pursue...
A delegate reflects on the second SftP trip to China in 1978, in the midst of rapid transformation of science and society in China.
Vinton Thompson reflects on the first SftP trip to China in 1973, and contributions to writing the 1974 book, China: Science Walks on Two Legs.
Between the first and the second Science for the People delegations in 1973 and 1978, China has changed drastically, and with it, the practices of science that the SftP delegates attempted to see. Zuoyue Wang provides the historical and...
In 1973, Science for the People traveled to socialist China to see what science could be in a revolutionary society. Over the course of one month, the delegates visited farms, factories, laboratories, campuses, hospitals, communes, and...
The dozens of people whose dedicated work is making the Rereading China: Science Walks on Two Legs special collection a reality.
Rereading China: Science Walks on Two Legs at a glance.