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Q: How to find a job for Asian looking foreigner

How to find a job for Asian looking foreigner? When the interview video call starts, all agencies just reject me saying sorry, but your appearance is not suitable for us. Some agencies just say - we can find you a job if you pay >1000 USD. 

I'm searching jobs related to HR, Coaching/Training/Teaching or Marketing, it's not modelling or acting job... 

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I have a friend who taught in China for 1 year. His parents are Chinese. He was born and raised in Canada.  A neutral accent. His degree is from the University of Alberta, Canada. He did not seem to have much trouble.

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Thats a pretty wide range of jobs.

Are you from a native English speaking country? Or did you qualify in a native English country.

Unfortunately that's the rule here.

Bit of a non answer I know. Sorry. Bump you to the main board:-)

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Do you have skills that are in demand in China?

knowing that many chinese businesses are superficial when it comes to hiring foreigners, you have to prove that you are more than just your skin colour (unfortunately)

 

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I have a friend who taught in China for 1 year. His parents are Chinese. He was born and raised in Canada.  A neutral accent. His degree is from the University of Alberta, Canada. He did not seem to have much trouble.

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