Eileen Zha on LinkedIn: Happy International Workers' Day! 🎉 Labor is the most glorious, and… (2024)

Eileen Zha

MF and UF Membrane Project Sales Manager @ Jiangsu Kaimi Membrane Technology Co., Ltd

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Happy International Workers' Day! 🎉 Labor is the most glorious, and everyone who works hard deserves respect. To the all lovely workers this day! By the way, there are five days of holidays (5.1-5.5) in our country (China), haha, what about you?

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