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Posted by  zhu_xiao_hua1970 on January 21, 2003 at 23:07:34:

SOS! Looking for Employers and Recruiters!!

Dear Ms./Mr.

As one recruiment agency, we can provide more kinds of high
quality Chinese employee to you, such as chef, cook,construction
workers, housemaid, teachers,carpenter, fish packing workers,
miners, nurse,massagist, pharmacist, acupuncture doctor,
herbalist, butchers,teachers,agricultural workers, accountants,
IT workers, et al. If you intend to recruit oversea employee, please
write to me as early as possible. I assure you that you will recruit
those required employee from P.R.China.

What you do in your country is only to find the employers, and I
help the employers to apply for the work permit, then I assist these
Chinese employee to apply for work visa in the P.R.China.

This month, there are 15 chefs/cooks ( has certificate and diploma,
3-7 years chef experience). Could you help them to find some
employers in your country?

I feel very sorry to have bothered you.Please send your letters to my
two E-mail boxes directly.

Best wishes to you and your family members.

Yours respectfully,

Zhu Xiao_hua

E_mail: (1): zhu_xiao_hua1970@yahoo.com.cn
(2): zhu_xiao_hua1970@etang.com

 
 
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