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” Arson: Prostitutes of Lockhart Road, American navy…Basically, they are all Orientalism: “The World of Suzie Wong”, Eileen Chang’s “Aloeswood Incense: The First Brazier”…Fiona: This advertisement is not speed dating at all.This is human flesh trading, humiliating Asian women.Three words ignited a social-media storm in Hong Kong this past week: free for foreigners. A Mandarin Oriental spokeswoman said it wasn’t a hotel event, and declined to comment further. Chan defended the event, saying that asking women to pay US0 was a way to screen attendees and an attempt to help serve her customers better. “For most guys, especially bankers, they say, ‘I’ve seen many, many pretty girls and I’m looking for a wife.’” But the company doesn’t limit itself to collecting fees only from wealthy women. Chan said this weekend her company is hosting a dating event that matches female flight attendants, who will attend free of charge, with men who will pay HK,000 to mingle with them. “It’s because they travel around the world, and can carry on a conversation,” she says.It started with an advertisement that depicted a young Asian woman smiling at a Caucasian man, who eyed her while holding a martini glass. “When it comes to foreigners of the top 0.1% kind—those bank managing directors—all they ask for is someone smart and financially independent,” she says. So far, about 10 men have signed up for the event, which isn’t restricted based on nationality for men or women.

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Created by a Hong Kong speed-dating company, the flier was intended to promote a matchmaking event over the weekend that asked women to pay HK,800—more than US0—to meet expatriate men, who were urged to attend and dine for free. Depicting a young girl on the poster that sparked the backlash, Ms. “This event, I made a mistake because my assistant did the flier. She refused to disclose the location, out of fear of sparking further backlash, but says that the event shouldn’t be construed as just a way for men to meet good-looking women.

The invitation defined eligible men as “35-48, professionals and foreigners only.” The ad went viral online, infuriating some who decried the event as degrading to native Hong Kong men and women alike. Only in Asia,” says the Facebook page of Kamy Yeung, in a post that accompanied a picture of the ad. While there was no explicit mention of race in the invitation for the event, social-media commentators homed in on the issue.

Last night, Facebook user Kamy Yeung uploaded a poster “Dinner with Foreigners” by a dating agency (backup screenshot) and immediately sparked controversy among netizens. w=600" class="aligncenter size-full wp-image-4938" title="speeddating5" src="https://badcanto.files.wordpress.com/2012/05/speeddating5.jpg? w=700" alt="" srcset="https://badcanto.files.wordpress.com/2012/05/speeddating5600w, https://badcanto.files.wordpress.com/2012/05/speeddating5.jpg? w=91 91w, https://badcanto.files.wordpress.com/2012/05/speeddating5.jpg? w=181 181w" sizes="(max-width: 600px) 100vw, 600px" /Nelson: Interesting!

[ File # csp6649495, License # 1328810 ] Licensed through accordance with the End User License Agreement ( (c) Can Stock Photo Inc. w=181" data-large-file="https://badcanto.files.wordpress.com/2012/05/speeddating5.jpg? It seems the main point is not on foreign men get free meals and women pay 00…The real main point is that only single women are eligible while the same rule doesn’t apply to men!

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