Another China Honda Plant Hit by Strike - WSJ.com Honda Faces More Trouble In China Workers at Foshan Fengfu Autoparts Co. walked off the job earlier this week, seeking pay raises, just days after Honda settled a two-week strike at a wholly owned parts supplier that had forced the Japanese automaker to freeze production at all four of its car assembly factories in China due to a lack of parts. The conflicts reflect rising tensions between workers and foreign companies that rely on China as a source of cheap labor and a fast-growing market. Companies in China are finding it harder to attract and keep workers, who are demanding better pay and working conditions. ------------------------- At some point, you knew that they would become Americanized enough that they would want to work for more than "food". Now we can see some real competition.