Monday, October 22, 2007

from The Star online...

TWENTY women from China, nicknamed the “kuaci waitresses”, are now being monitored closely after police raided a seafood restaurant in Kuala Lumpur, Harian Metro reported.

The report said the women would first go around tables to sell kuaci and check to ensure that were no enforcement officers around.

After that, they would offer sexual services to the restaurant patrons.

The price, the report said, was between RM100 and RM300 for one session.


Their activities were revealed when a team from the police anti-vice, gambling and secret society division (D7) raided the place, the report added.


City CID chief Senior Asst Comm II Ku Chin Wah said the women, who were in their 30s, were not arrested as they had valid travel documents.

He said police would continue to monitor such premises to clamp down on the activities.

Those with information are urged to contact the nearest police station or the Rakan Cop hotline at 03-21159999.


In fact, they could not find a decent job in china.
Why not?




See!
Thousands flock to Job Fair at China.






Some 25,800 people attended Saturday's job fair for white-collar workers, vying for about 20,000 job vacancies offered by 320 enterprises, yesterday's Shenzhen Special Zone Daily reported.

Nearly 15 percent of the employers at the Shenzhen Convention and Exhibition Center were among the world's top 500 companies, including Sony, Hitachi and Emerson. The rest included famous domestic companies including Lenovo, Huawei and ZTE, the Daily report said. The participating companies represented sectors ranging from electronics and telecoms to logistics and bio-engineering.

The average annual salary on offer was 50,000 yuan (US$6,579). "Since the start of this year, our employees have seen a 10 percent increase in their salary," said a woman surnamed Zhang with the human resources department of a Shenzhen-based software company.

Software and mechanical engineers were still the most sought-after employees, the Daily report said. Some companies still failed to find the right people among the attendees even after offering an annual salary of more than 100,000 yuan.

(Shenzhen Daily August 27, 2007)


2 comments

Anonymous said... @ 22/10/07 5:38 PM

then u should thank god u r a malaysian ...hehehe !!!

Asim

Monica said... @ 22/10/07 6:10 PM

I know Asim...^_^ you've been telling me this all the time...hahaha

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