华为的外籍员工,揭秘美国制裁华为的真正原因《华为的100张面孔》

日本纪录片导演探秘华为总部,向轮值董事长求证,华为是否有中国政府背景?采访华为外籍员工,揭秘华为被美国制裁的真正原因。拜访年薪百万的天才少年,到底掌握多少才能?《华为的100张面孔》第一集,华为还能存活吗?
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评论 

  1. Mylene Tang

    Mylene Tang

    天 前

    I am so angry with the US presidents. Instead of encouraging their own citizens to work harder to compete and excel in the technology, they bully and stop other people’s progress. So childish, so immature, and they are proud to be a democratic country. How could they be democratic when they are dictating what other countries can do and not do. They are not suppressing the country, they are suppressing 1.4 billion people in the country and slowly taking away their livelihood. So evil and such a tyrant!

  2. Evan Li

    Evan Li

    天 前

    Short answer: Huawei is better.

  3. danieldjz

    danieldjz

    2 天 前

    Let me save you half an hour of your life: China is the enemy of the west and the west is reacting. You're welcome.

  4. who you

    who you

    3 天 前

    Forget Huawei for a moment...What about the CCP virus?Do anyone on here want to deny Corona was due to Chinese negligence?

  5. x7j4

    x7j4

    4 天 前

    Another reason the American government hates Huawei is because all American technology companies are forced to insert backdoors into their software and hardware that allow the USA spy’s at the NSA to spy on anyone, remember how the American technology was as used by American spy’s to spy on the German Angela Merkle and other world leaders? That’s why the American government tries to destroy Huawei, because they can’t use Huawei devices to spy to anyone who uses them. Huawei refuses to put ‘backdoors’ into their products.

  6. x7j4

    x7j4

    4 天 前

    The American government is corrupt!!! Their motto is: “If we can’t compete, we will defeat” The Americans did this to Japan with the Plaza Accord. Now the Americans are trying similar tactics with China, but China is not cowering to the USA the way Japan kowtowed to the USA. The simple truth is that Huawei invents better technology than the USA and that is proven by the fact that Huawei invented and patented the key technologies for 5G.

  7. Sarah Khan

    Sarah Khan

    4 天 前

    Once Ex President Donald Trump asked Apple can you invest in 5G while banning security threat from Huawei

  8. 白峻铭

    白峻铭

    4 天 前

    As a former employee of Huawei(at access department), I feel very proud because I used to work for such a company.

  9. gjung936

    gjung936

    4 天 前

    Edward Snowden leaked documents in 2013 that exposed widespread government surveillance of their citizens' online activity via international intelligence-sharing networks like the Five Eyes, Nine Eyes, and Fourteen Eyes. Elected governments of USA, UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Denmark, France, Holland, Norway, Germany, Belgium, Italy, Sweden, and Spain have been spying on their own citizens for decades - this is more intimidating and revolting than eavesdropping by a foreign country that most may never even visit.

  10. Ershi Yli

    Ershi Yli

    4 天 前

    华为大概是我这辈子都没法进入工作的企业,我太不够格了哭泣。但是真的好想去工作啊……/(ㄒoㄒ)/~~

    • 白峻铭

      白峻铭

      4 天 前

      我刚从华为离职,还是非常值得难忘!

  11. Schooling Diana

    Schooling Diana

    5 天 前

    The Rotating Chairman finished grad school in the 80s??? I’ll have what he’s been eating! He looks so young! Two of my sons have Huawei phones and love them. The one that still lives here in the states has helped me do several videos for entrepreneurship training, and took my pandemic grad photo May 2020 when I graduated with my 3rd Masters, with his. The camera on Huawei phones blows everything else out of the water. I’ve seen the ad for the laptop, too, and if I wasn’t Apple integrated for my business I’m developing, I’d go that way. Maybe I will in the future! The previous US administration tried to sue Apple for the same reasons, and make them change their proprietary hardware so they could spy on the phones more easily, but the judge said it violated law for a US based company. I commend Huawei for making such a secure product, that is virtually unhackable. (I have a background in tech support so I know the actual term is uncrackable, but most English speakers think “crack” is the same as “jailbreak.”)

  12. the truth

    the truth

    6 天 前

    Misinformation misleading conspiracy theories lies

  13. MissAwa

    MissAwa

    6 天 前

    这个郭总也太亲切了吧!!🥲

  14. shafiq beig

    shafiq beig

    7 天 前

    cnglobal.info/faq/rWWEpGu2ZaeRe6Y/sh-p-n.html

  15. Zo Han

    Zo Han

    7 天 前

    The only "good" thing AMerica is good at is bullying! In the face of strong competition at home, they will innovate and create but against China they destroy, fabricate and lie. Such is the America today. Shameless bully

  16. Zo Han

    Zo Han

    7 天 前

    America is the big bully. She killed a million Iraqis with impunity and even has the audacity to allege Uighur genocide without solid proof. America and her white supremacist racists allies are not trustworthy! They are in fact evil!

  17. Zo Han

    Zo Han

    7 天 前

    All the talk of America's capitalism and their exceptionalism, in the end it boils down to unfair practices imposed on competitors!! America is full of BS! Demonizing and criminalizing their activities to cut down competition. America has lost all moral leadership!!

  18. strat0caster

    strat0caster

    7 天 前

    虽然总是开玩笑的说和之梦变官媒了,但我其实还是纠结了很久才点开这个华为系列 剪辑编辑都相对更精良用心了,但看到竹内导演还是这么不会聊天(喂)我觉得还是挺亲切的( 那个天才少年小哥真的是我心目中理想生活的样子。能给人才以这样的认可和自由度,我想至少和一些人所想的无慈悲的“血汗工厂”是不一样的。

  19. Jayden Dean

    Jayden Dean

    8 天 前

    I am sure AT&T, Verizon, Virgin, keeps your information safe

  20. Phil Anderton

    Phil Anderton

    8 天 前

    Chinese Communist Party United Front Soft Power propaganda. When Xi steps down and democracy is restored look again.

  21. Ernst Hasefratz

    Ernst Hasefratz

    8 天 前

    Just racist Americans being racist, don‘t bother the US will have disappeared in 10 years tops

  22. sammy wan

    sammy wan

    8 天 前

    上周刚去过总部,哈哈,再看这个又有不一样的感触

  23. Watchman Always looking

    Watchman Always looking

    9 天 前

    Here is another CCP fake video. All these videos are supported by the CCP and should be removed. The free world does not need the CCP #BoycottCCP #CCPKille #Wuhanvirus Huawei is part of the CCP military complex. The free world should and will not make any business deals with the CCP. #CCPlies

  24. IMHO IMHO

    IMHO IMHO

    9 天 前

    Wow! Japanese 5 cents 日本五毛 華爲不是國企,華爲有中國國家資本。任何中國企業都要聽中共的,跟是不是國企有差别嗎? Huawei might not be SOE but Huawei is supported and funded by CCP government. Actually all Chinese corporations need to do CCP's bidding. What's the difference between SOE and privates?

  25. yu wjj

    yu wjj

    10 天 前

    除了生孩子还有什么不会的?卧槽,太厉害了

  26. Zex0419

    Zex0419

    10 天 前

    可惜华为被封杀不能正常管道使用google 的东西了,不然我下个要买的手机还是华为,估计是mate40pro,因为现在用mate20pro 用到很好,所以还想继续用华为。

  27. Don Max

    Don Max

    11 天 前

    How are you guys posting here. wouldn't china censure the internet?

  28. Nek L

    Nek L

    11 天 前

    Nice

  29. Oz opa

    Oz opa

    11 天 前

    They stole Nortels IP

  30. Anurag Yadav

    Anurag Yadav

    11 天 前

    Bad video

  31. Рома Арбузов

    Рома Арбузов

    12 天 前

    Я который просто хотел скачать фильм и меня перекинул сюда🤔🤨😑😐😶😬

  32. Kh Frenda

    Kh Frenda

    12 天 前

    Bruh I just having fun with my anime why this add leave me alone

  33. Full Mobile X

    Full Mobile X

    12 天 前

    Ay alguien que hable español aca?

    • Yahir Jiménez Almeraya

      Yahir Jiménez Almeraya

      11 天 前

      Yo y tu

  34. Xentradi97

    Xentradi97

    12 天 前

    Pfft, why shouldnt US do that? China calls foul but it does the same to all foreign companies in China market, limit their business and subsidize local companies to take IP and essentially kill the foreign companies and turn around to sell its own version in the global market at cheaper price. China to call this a foul is like pot callimg kettle black. China still has one of the most protected market in the world and has no right to call US or EU unfair in terms of business practice.

  35. Ahmad ahmal

    Ahmad ahmal

    12 天 前

    *Support Huawei!* What is happening to Huawei. Same happens to Toshiba. Share Toshiba Kongsberg scandal. Toshiba was blamed to been selling components to the Soviet Union at the height of the Cold War, As a result of this the US used its security ties to pressure Japan into punishing Toshiba which involved fining the company; jailing its executives; and most notably forcing the company to "share" its technology unconditionally with its American competitors." Basically stealing Toshiba's technology. Also "Japan's successful catch-up in the semiconductor field brought great competitive pressure to the US semiconductor industry. Against this backdrop, the US started to play unfairly. In 1985, the US initiated a Section 301 case over alleged dumping of Japanese electronic products; meanwhile, the Plaza Accord resulted in a significant appreciation of the yen. It was under pressure from the US as the two countries signed the US-Japanese Semiconductor Agreement in 1986, placing restrictions on Japanese DRAM producers."

  36. Empire Mr

    Empire Mr

    12 天 前

    You will do this when you lie: 18:51

  37. A M

    A M

    12 天 前

    The volume is way too low.

  38. Mike Mooney

    Mike Mooney

    12 天 前

    A wonderfully honest production in which the honesty of everyone is visible and credible. Well done for letting us look into this very successful company. It’s obvious that the company is full of talented people and I suspect that they will go from strength to strength.

  39. يحي فرحاوي

    يحي فرحاوي

    12 天 前

    جيد

  40. Rolivia

    Rolivia

    12 天 前

    Anime

    • dohkojogakk

      dohkojogakk

      12 天 前

      fica me enviando pra cá também, pelo animes online

  41. D. ᴊᴜɴɪᴏʀ

    D. ᴊᴜɴɪᴏʀ

    12 天 前

    Faltou a legenda em português

  42. D. ᴊᴜɴɪᴏʀ

    D. ᴊᴜɴɪᴏʀ

    12 天 前

    Vim pelos site animes online kkkkkk

    • dohkojogakk

      dohkojogakk

      12 天 前

      😎👊 também

  43. Maharjan Binju

    Maharjan Binju

    12 天 前

    It has been 12years I have been using Huawei phn ...and it has no problem till now

  44. Eliene Santos

    Eliene Santos

    12 天 前

    Legal

  45. Ram Thapa

    Ram Thapa

    12 天 前

    😑😑😑

  46. Gamers official NICK

    Gamers official NICK

    12 天 前

    When I watching porn it give ad of this video

    • Gamers official NICK

      Gamers official NICK

      12 天 前

      Yeah actually lol shit

    • Rolivia

      Rolivia

      12 天 前

      lol

  47. Marcelg91 xd

    Marcelg91 xd

    12 天 前

    我不在乎這個

  48. 嘏玥

    嘏玥

    12 天 前

    不谈政治因素,抄袭是洗不掉的

  49. Okdaniboy

    Okdaniboy

    12 天 前

    Tá usando boot

  50. Randolf Aquino

    Randolf Aquino

    12 天 前

    American politicians and.officials are afraid of their own shadow

  51. Sarinah Pape

    Sarinah Pape

    12 天 前

    Amazing! I own a mini P20 smart phone. It's good and excellent after sale service. Saving for better one with bigger storage abilities.what a great organisation.

  52. humbleforest

    humbleforest

    12 天 前

    It takes two more years to close her case being wrongly charged. It may take a few minutes to destroy Canada and whole America if this lady is politicised in the abused court case by the Canada government who is a lap dog of the American government. This irregularity of manipulation by the Canadian government court case on Huawei lady CEO case may also lead to World War 3, which China is waiting for the final judgement. A wrong move will shake the world. Can the American government be able to compensate the Canadian government which had lost their sales revenues when China cut deals of several Airbus orders and other items from Canada ? Who is the fool ? America ? How much commission does Canada receive from the American government ? Busybody certificate with handshaking.

  53. Bangkok Bound

    Bangkok Bound

    12 天 前

    Can you do a video on why China bans 99% of phone apps to Their own people.

  54. Apple

    Apple

    12 天 前

    meow

  55. Anon Ymous

    Anon Ymous

    12 天 前

    I can't watch this video, subs too small, white on bright background is ineligible and too much idle chat. Obviously the powers that be won't show their real face but we all know that the Chinese government has a stake in all Chinese companies.

  56. Anon Ymous

    Anon Ymous

    12 天 前

    The subs are too small

  57. Julia Ng

    Julia Ng

    13 天 前

    such lovely people

  58. Dongsheng Di

    Dongsheng Di

    13 天 前

    4:42 proof this is another Huawei anti-smear campaign . Huawei propaganda . Just saying, it won't work. Huawei spyware were found in many companies servers including Microsoft and Apple and in Papua New Guinea . You CAN'T erase that fact.

  59. Dongsheng Di

    Dongsheng Di

    13 天 前

    小米比华为好。 而且小米的产品没有间谍软件

  60. TUW

    TUW

    13 天 前

    CCP propaganda

  61. SO

    SO

    13 天 前

    いやぁめちゃくちゃ凄いドキュメンタリーですね・・・ NHKスペシャルより見応えがあります。働いている方々の素が見える瞬間がいいですね。 ファーウェイの何が問題視されているのか米国政府側視点のインタビューも見てみたくなりました(壮大な話になりそうですが笑

  62. Richard

    Richard

    13 天 前

    我要是混得不好就去试试华为的校招。。。听说我们学院去华为的是最多的。

  63. Oswald Wells

    Oswald Wells

    13 天 前

    White subtitles!?

  64. Edgar Chan

    Edgar Chan

    14 天 前

    那個郭董事長解答華為是不是純民企時,看他的眼睛就知道他在說違背事實的話,如果他實真的不懂華為有解放軍背景的話只代表他還沒資格深入知道華為的更深處,就算他是所謂的5號人物也沒用☺

    • Tommy TSQ

      Tommy TSQ

      8 天 前

      所以你来看什么呢?说没有背景的,你说他地位不高;任正非答,你说他是骗子;反正你都定性了,有什么必要来这看呢?

  65. Kelvin H

    Kelvin H

    15 天 前

    this show how ill informed many US citizen in view of world situation or their media was so free that even one deliberately making false statement or influence public toward believing something which is false, they wont get any penalization at all. Even trump himself calling some US press fake new isnt it ???

  66. Sunday Leo

    Sunday Leo

    15 天 前

    華為如梅花,越冷越開花!我用華為手機已3年,只有一個"讚"字能形容他!加油!

  67. Davis Salmin

    Davis Salmin

    15 天 前

    He really inspires me. I would want to join Huawei in the future. I hope China breaks through in a fields

  68. jhan gaviola

    jhan gaviola

    15 天 前

    Top minds.

  69. Ong Weisheng

    Ong Weisheng

    15 天 前

    Seems like the western world is not just racist but afraid of China being the most powerful country in the world. Whatever the west has accused China of being involved in, they've been doing it for centuries. Spying on data without consent? That's exactly what Google, Facebook, Twitter and all other social media platforms have been doing. Stop leading the world towards another WW3 please.

  70. joe smith

    joe smith

    15 天 前

    The U.S. never cover its evil will to control other countries via tech and military means. It is a threat to other countries

  71. D- hope

    D- hope

    15 天 前

    20:09天才少年,见面连句你好都不会说,有客人来,知道也不去楼下还是什么地方欢迎,接一下。。。这天才少年怕是掺水了吧

    • yuxuan qi

      yuxuan qi

      13 天 前

      情商和和智商有关系不一定挂钩

  72. Eddie Leong

    Eddie Leong

    15 天 前

    An excellent first episode. Of course, this documentary has been carefully planned and orchestrated. Nothing spontaneous about getting access to top Executives, etc. The director is bilingual and has been selected to tell the Huawei story as Huawei wants it to be told. I get a lot of insights by watching the background splendor, the people, their spoken and non-spoken messages. With tensions with USA increasing across the geopolitical landscape, I hope Huawei disperses its talent, secure its core technology and be prepared for emergencies. I am just a neutral observer.

  73. xiaohui mao

    xiaohui mao

    15 天 前

    let me tell you ,this country is going to be the greatest state in this world,it has to be that one,we all believe that

  74. Jeremy Cai Yixin

    Jeremy Cai Yixin

    15 天 前

    This is fucking good journalism...

  75. Eddie Leong

    Eddie Leong

    15 天 前

    Amazed and very impressed with the grandeur of the Huawei's buildings. They are the best corporate buildings in the world. Even the cafes are world-class. The entire campus inspires people to work there. Surprised to see the cluttered office of the Rotating Chairman. Shows he is focused on the business, retains his humble background. More typical of the Chinese working man. Clutter is all right. It is what is on the work menu that matters. I observes a lot by admiring the Huawei campus scenery. Excellent video and I am impressed by Ryo's command of Putonghua.

  76. Brian Schneide

    Brian Schneide

    15 天 前

    CCP propaganda

  77. goutvols103

    goutvols103

    16 天 前

    First let me say that the gentleman that was interviewed in Shanghai is a genius and very talented. I do not know if the interviewer is ready for a Pulitzer since this was a fluff piece for Huawei. Anyway, here are a few questions that I was hoping to be asked but knew that they would not. While it prides itself on being a private company, Huawei was founded in 1987 by Ren Zhengfei, a veteran of the People’s Liberation Army’s engineering corps, and the Chinese army was an early and crucial customer for the fledgling firm. European investigators have found evidence that Huawei may have received a massive $30 billion line of credit from the China Development Bank, among other well-timed financing. This LOC goes along way in a startup. And of course, there was no mention of the Cisco Router software code that wound up in Huawei's server. Finally, did the interviewer inquire further on the status of Ms. Meng (Ren's daughter) who was arrested in Canada and is being charged for violating US sanctions on Iran. Maybe there is going to be a part 2.

  78. David A

    David A

    16 天 前

    Here's a simple math question. Perhaps it can help people understand the CCP. If you have a choice between 2 different parties but you take away one, do you still have a choice? And if you don't have a choice do you have a democracy? If you don't have a democracy then what is it? There is a saying that power corrupts. It appears that this is what has happened in China over many decades. Here is a link to an interesting interview to understand some Chinese history - cnglobal.info/faq/r6loe4SziYFvfp0/sh-p-n.html The one party system concentrates all the power in the hands of a few and if the people of china have no say in this power then it will soon corrupt it's leaders. I wish you all the best.

  79. Narednik Harada

    Narednik Harada

    16 天 前

    CNglobal is banned in China, why you use it? I wan't believe anything in this video until CCP let Chinese people to view all Internet sites, like people in whole world can (except N.Korea)

    • Narednik Harada

      Narednik Harada

      4 天 前

      @Yeeyi ch Do you know what the sign at the end of my post means? This one ;) means I am joking, my dear commie.

    • Yeeyi ch

      Yeeyi ch

      4 天 前

      @Narednik Harada Are you serious? you make me feel I am not live in the same century with you...spies? Do you really have the ability to distinguish right from wrong in the internet...you are an adult, right? Try not to be brainwashed easily...I'm just worried about u

    • Narednik Harada

      Narednik Harada

      6 天 前

      @Yeeyi ch There are also many CCP spies all over the world now. So be careful if you aren't wu mao. ;)

    • Yeeyi ch

      Yeeyi ch

      6 天 前

      Ummm...You don't know there are Chinese all over the world now, do you? It's really common and easy to find out many Chinese CNglobalrs in this era. COME ON! It's 2021, NOT 2011...

  80. Wen Chun

    Wen Chun

    16 天 前

    The special noise conversely milk because sentence suprisingly wash anenst a profuse opera. ancient, shaky shorts

  81. hedgewhy

    hedgewhy

    16 天 前

    one word, Jealousy.

  82. So ha

    So ha

    16 天 前

    视频质量水平不错

  83. Randy Cho

    Randy Cho

    16 天 前

    If im with huawei, and these are all just propaganda of US. I’ll do my best to innovative more and leave US behind with the oldest technology. I’ll offer it to other countries and accept with low contracts instead of none. Once the news spreads that it’s the best service (5G) then people will spread the news.

  84. Terence Ooi

    Terence Ooi

    16 天 前

    Im not living in china, but im using xiaomi phone, it is a great phone and having long service life span than my expansive Samsung s7.

  85. Fez

    Fez

    16 天 前

    Hello USA and Bloomberg. I’m still waiting for you guys to publish the alleged “rice grain size” spying chip in Huawei’s product. Please kindly expedite and show the evidence to the world.

  86. Patriot of China

    Patriot of China

    17 天 前

    It is GENETICAL.... ALL whites are RACISTS.

  87. livinginmelbourne

    livinginmelbourne

    17 天 前

    竹内先生真是各种蹭吃

  88. Aq Zing

    Aq Zing

    17 天 前

    Good for Japan and China to cooperate, if the past World War is in the past, leave it in the past then. If Japan wont and rather cooperate with US to fight China, then China will fight you

  89. Dongsheng Di

    Dongsheng Di

    17 天 前

    Joe Kelly, global VP of corporate communications for Huawei, has suddenly died at age 55, while working in Shenzhen, China. Some Chinese internet users noted how Kelly’s death reminded them of English businessman Neil Heywood, who was murdered with poison at the age of 41 in November 2011, in southwest China’s Chongqing city by Gu Kailai and her accomplice Zhang Xiaojun. They added, “Maybe he has known too much (about Huawei’s secrets)?” South China Morning Post

  90. Dongsheng Di

    Dongsheng Di

    17 天 前

    Huawei patent mentions use of Uighur-spotting tech BBC News 1-13-2021 ~ Huawei documents were made public, which mentioned a "Uighur alarm" system that it had worked on with Chinese facial-recognition specialist Megvii in 2018.

  91. Dongsheng Di

    Dongsheng Di

    17 天 前

    Huawei Canada senior vice president for 7 years, Scott Bradley, resigns; to work as a “Special Consultant” Two Huawei employees have been arrested in Poland over allegations of espionage.

    • goutvols103

      goutvols103

      16 天 前

      Hang on now. You will next be targeted for being xeniophoic. How is Ms. Meng doing in Canada? lol

  92. Dongsheng Di

    Dongsheng Di

    17 天 前

    The VP of communications for Huawei in Denmark has resigned over the Chinese company’s role in testing surveillance tools capable of tracking China’s Muslims. There’s grumbling inside Huawei over the company’s alleged role in China’s surveillance abuse. Huawei is aiding China CCP in Uyghur surveillance. Tommy Zwicky, vice president of communications at Huawei Denmark, confirmed to VICE World News on Wednesday that he “left because of how the Uighur case was handled.” Vice World

  93. Dongsheng Di

    Dongsheng Di

    17 天 前

    Huawei VP speaks out on why he resigned after The Post reported the tech giant had worked on a ‘Uighur alarm’ Tommy Zwicky, the face of Huawei in Denmark, says he could no longer look at himself in the mirror. Huawei worked on an “Uighur alarm” system that could track minorities. Huawei failed to take seriously matters of public surveillance and human rights. Washington Post

  94. Rod Talingting

    Rod Talingting

    17 天 前

    Subtitle is white and too small. Cant read it

  95. Heaven God

    Heaven God

    17 天 前

    The reason is very 9bvious bcos America extremely unhappy with Huawei for developing 5G which surpass America technology and create fake news , reports , accusing Huawei for """stealing """ .

  96. Yon Cou

    Yon Cou

    17 天 前

    天才少年不愧是天才少年,服!

  97. Dali Garwinder Lama

    Dali Garwinder Lama

    17 天 前

    👌💚

  98. 蔡徐坤

    蔡徐坤

    17 天 前

    日本90年代怎么被自己的亲爹制裁的?现在又开始狐假虎威了

  99. kuvceebxab1

    kuvceebxab1

    18 天 前

    It is safe to say there is no such thing as ' privately own' cos the government reserves the right to take away your property anytime they seem fit. Just look at whats happened to their billianaires.

    • goutvols103

      goutvols103

      16 天 前

      Great comment. I am sure that this will be brought up in part #2. lol

  100. Rizza Lopez

    Rizza Lopez

    18 天 前

    Their top mind are true genius 🤗

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