We live in a global market, and most of the clothing and electronics that we use are made halfway around the world. They’re transported across the ocean to get to us, by people that seem so different from us and so far away. When we delve deeper into our struggles, we find that we have far more in common than we think. Today’s story is about solidarity. How our struggles across the globe are connected. And as it turns out, how we need each other to succeed. This week on ReWork, we bring you a story all the way from Hong Kong. Join us as we hear from Stephen, a dock worker, and Loy, a union leader who, together, spearheaded the Hong Kong Dock Workers’ Strike in the spring of 2013. From the UCLA Labor Center and KPFK, we bring you ReWork, formerly Henry Walton’s Labor Review. Every FRIDAY at 6:30 PM. Real stories that rethink work.