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Q: Exploited in China?

Have you been exploited in China?  Has your Chinese employer or their sycophant asked you to do something immoral, illegal, or unethical?  Has a Chinese national changed plans or agreements?  Have you been cheated out of money or robbed?  Have you been required to make unreimbursed payments to the police, government officials, or staff at your employers.  Have you every been poisoned or become ill from an unknown source?  Have you been exploited by an Expat to the benefit of a Chinese national?  We need your stories at ChinaExpat66@gmail.com.

6 years 2 weeks ago in  Business & Jobs - Harbin

 
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Has your email address been exploited? It would make good sense to fess up to who you are, when you are asking people for "their stories". 

 

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Has your email address been exploited? It would make good sense to fess up to who you are, when you are asking people for "their stories". 

 

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Nothing bad has ever happened to me in China. All nationals have done everything to help me. No schools  has ever done anything immoral to me (such as ask me to pass students who never showed up to class). So I have nothing to send to your email address Mr. Unknown because you posted Anon, but gave out your personal email address. Once again, for the record, everything in China is harmonious. smiley

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I agree with Scandinavian and Englteachted. Sounds fishy this does...

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Yeah if it was "ChinaExpat69" it totally would have been a bogus post for sure, but "66" hmmmmmm 

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Why should we send you the stories to your mailbox.?

what are you going to do with that.?

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Sorry for answering the old post.

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Exploited in China? Huh... all the time.

 

For example: %497d\x3c\xd3\xff\xbf<nops><shellcode>

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