YouTube Play Button is MADE in CHINA - I went to find out where!

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Jack Chen : You said "现在没空“ to the security guard, and translated it as "I've got to run now." That's not exactly accurate, and is actually quite rude. "现在没空“ actually means "I don't have the time right now." I only use it to refuse street solicitors. I think the appropriate message would be "我还有事,先走了哦。“ which is "I've got other matters to take care of, so I have to leave." Anyway, I enjoy all your videos, I am just trying to prevent you from turning into the "odd foreigner".

Kathmandu N : You are the first youtuber going to the factory

Tampatec : Great idea to bring play button back there. Very interesting

Nano852 : ive a feeling that you can just go there and buy one, the gold one

TheOfficialRATZ : Good one... Youtube is banned in china but you make the button in china good logic there ahaha

Dr Jake's Very British Reviews : This is one of those situations, like walking out of a shop through security sensors, where it feels like you're doing something wrong even though you're not

孙博一 : It's funny that many people in China pronounce YouTube as "You-Tu-Be"😂 2:42

Bjorn Holmqvist : The factory probably have an NDA (non disclosure agreement) written with Google/YT, that's why they could not let you in to show the buttons being produced. This is very common practice.

Woj Tek : 2:55 Winston dropping the N-Bombs left and right

Hao Zhou : visit again with gold play button

Htin Moe : You can't check the factory out for one simple reason: the factory has the obligations to YouTube to keep thing wrapped up tidily. Trade secrets or what ever information is confidential for YouTube has to be safely guarded in factory ground. In that factoey on their production line you are most likely to find product of other companies. There is too much risk for them to let you in. They can lost their contract or get sue.

Men Going Abroad : A bit self-congratulatory, add a touch of impishness, with underlying veiled irony. A recipe which seems to bring out the best in you.

lowfinger : Great video, Ive seen plenty of Youtubers trying to do different things with their buttons, going to where it was made tops them all !

Nunya Bidness : You’re the coolest person in China

Critical Eats Japan : This is so awesome, man!

M Ali : Where can i buy a play button from? 😜

Kathmandu N : You should get a gold button just for going there

Zhan HoBoss : You can just input letters(pingying) in baidu map's search input edit. 可以直接在百度地图用拼音搜索,并不需要转换成汉字。

David Yoho : The boss must be an EVIL UNCLE!!Thanks for bringing us along.Would have been awesome if they would have let you in.You could have signed one of the play buttons😎

Steven Jakobsen : That background music in the beginning is from my favorite movie "Bloodsport" starring JCVD!

boo boo : I'm waiting for your videos to suddenly stop after you 'offend' the new emperor/dictator of China for life. You know how this all will end...... perhaps after 10-15 years in a re-education camp you'll be set free.

M Jave : Wow you are persistent 👏👏👍✊✌🏻

TEMPESTZ : wow dude cant believe u typed it out. 白皮猪滚开我们的中国 im malaysian chinese, thumbs up for yr videos documenting yr life as a foreigner in shenzhen.

Al Bowman : Amazing ! Another great video. I had little interest in China til I stumbled upon your channel this summer. You do a great job explaining all things China. Thankyou for all the effort you put into them ! Take care !

La Vida en China : thats the chinese spirit... in China there will be always obstacles, but the way you overcome them.. priceless! haha.. STAY AWESOME!

Lei's Lifestyle : Many clothes made in China are sold overseas but China. Hahaha 😆You definitely can buy things which are made in China because you can't buy those things in China. It's true.

HunterShows : Amusing idea. Too bad they didn't let you in.

Ted dibiasi : you should have called them with a fake business proposition! they would have sent a limo to pick you up in Shenzhen and prepared lunch for you and dressed themselves in their best suits awaiting your visit and they would have given you a tour which you could film with a hidden camera!

Bradley Popkes : Dude that is completely awesome even if it turned out to be mundane. I hope you get the chance to actually tour the factory in the future, as any self respecting business would welcome the publicity.

Howard Roark : There has to be a part 2!!!

Explorer_Mitsuki : 在中国待十年 中文说的一坨屎一样 见过在中国呆三个月的白人都比你说得好

paris weir : why not ask YouTube themselves if they can set you up with a tour of that factory?

rick peryy : Can you sometime make a video addressing factory work in china? Like the statement "that was made by slave labor in a sweat shop in china"... How does that compare to reality? I've never understood why you never talk about factories because that is really the main association westerners have with china... who are the people working and killing themselves at foxconn? how do they relate to normal young Chinese?

Ian Li : Given that you already have been living in China for over 10 years and that your wife is Chinese, the Mandarin ability shown in this video is surprisingly in a low level. You still have a strong Laowai accent, you couldn't finish the whole message in Chinese. The reason why that woman on the phone required you to email her was because she couldn't understand you over the phone with your broken Chinese that you are proud of and you knew it from your heart. I used to love this channel, back in the day when there was no click-baiting title and just you and C-milk on the bike talking objectively about everything about China. But this channel along with C-milk's have twisted. I sensed a trace of racism and nationalism. Maybe it is because your videos was uploaded to bilibili regardless of your intellectual property right, or maybe something else, you can tell me that.

Simbarashe Kandagona : the quotation marks on "famous" made me laugh so hard 😂😂😂

Nicolas Gonzalez : I thought YouTube was banned in China....

Redsyrup : Winston you've got a set of brass! Every video you produce you turn things up a notch. I've said it before and I'll say it again China owes you an Ambassadorship to western cultures. You've done more good for China on social networking than they could ever hope to achieve with a team of employees. Stay Awesome!

Vollystri MKII : You could probably find a factory somewhere in china selling knock-off silver pause buttons!

kvbo wfmfa : My parents live in Dongguan. Its a pretty nice town with lots of mall and a couple of tourist spots.

Mourning Star : What, no Solid Snake style infiltration?!?!? I know, I know -- you don't want to get yourself or anybody else "disappeared" Great idea for a vid, though

FakeDepiction : What if children were in there making the silver play buttons

Figureight : Clearly missed something from past videos, what's with the presumably Hong Kong registered car you're driving?

DVLOGS : Now they had to change the vendor and design :p jk

Akshat Pundir : 1:47 .Long live USSR and PRc

j newb : Chinese subtitles....moving up in your community i see!

weapons king : What about the bronze,gold, and diamond play button

Simon Saman : this is the most interesting silver play button video I've ever seen

AbominableHuman : I'd really like it if you went to some virtual currency farming operations and interviewed some of them! That would be neat.

華晨榮光 : Hello! I also live in Dongguan. I'm glad you came to Dongguan, thanks!

hellrazor117 : Winston Tsuchiya drifting on the chinese touge with his recaro racing seats.