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DOES ONE LAUGH OR CRY ABOUT THIS BLACK VEIL THING WITH MUSLIMS

MUSLIM VEILS NO GO IN CLASSROOM EXAMS SAY TEACHERS

The muslim women students seem to think it is ok for them to go into the exam room to do tests so they can pass exams to better their lives in gaining some form of paid employment as a result and have the impression that the exams can be done in disguise so no teacher knows who is really doing the test & therefore open to abuse by some students in having a ‘ringin’ go in for them to do the exam.Get a life girls-Some people use religion as an excuse for abuse.

Young women arriving to take their final exams at a women’s college in Islamabad last week were shocked when they were confronted by male proctors demanding they remove their face veils for identification before being allowed to enter the examination room.

Students and teachers at Islamabad Model Postgraduate College for Girls decried the demands as shameful mistreatment and a violation of human rights.

In many secularised parts of the world, female covering is regarded as discriminatory, oppressive and contrary to women’s rights. But in Pakistan, as in many Muslim countries, the opposite is true: veiling is regarded as a woman’s fundamental right and a private choice of religious observance.

The students in Islamabad who wore headscarves were instructed to uncover their hair, face and neck. A college teachers’ group has protested on their behalf.

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”This is nonsense,” said Tahir Mahmood, president of the Federal Government College Teachers Association, who accused the men of harassing the students.

Punjab University, which oversees exams for all of its affiliated schools, cited a lack of female inspectors to conduct identity checks and said it would investigate the incident.

”If we are not allowed to wear the full-face veil, then the male staff should not be in the examination halls,” one student complained to the Nation, an English language daily.

Hijab, or covering, is obligatory for all Muslim women, says religious scholar Kausar Firdaus, a former Pakistani parliamentarian. Many Pakistani women adhere to the mandate, using large headscarves or shawls to cover their hair, neck and upper body when outside their home.

But in Pakistan and elsewhere, some take it a step further, veiling their faces entirely to exhibit their modesty and piety. ”The level of practicing religion varies from person to person, and it is their own choice,” Ms Firdous said.

Ms Firdous served in Parliament from 2003 to 2009 and has also served in the army. She has also travelled abroad extensively, all while wearing a face veil.

If high security airports and government buildings can manage to identify women without forcing them to expose their faces to men, then colleges should also be able to manage it, she said.

Washington Post

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LUXURY SUPER JUMBOS TO FLY DIRECT FROM CHINA & AUSTRALIA

CHINA TO HAVE HUGE PLANES GOING DIRECT TO CHINA FROM AUSTRALIA

Australian travellers are more spoilt for choice than ever with the news that another airline, China Southern, is to introduce A380 flights direct to Sydney.

The airline on Saturday announced the luxury super jumbos will be used on flights between Sydney and Guangzhou from October 27.

It joins other airlines including Qantas, Emirates and Singapore Airlines which are already flying the world’s biggest passenger jet to Australia.

Air capacity in and out of Australia has increased steadily over the past three years. Qantas has just stepped up its offering with a partnership with Emirates, plus we have seen the emergence of other airlines such as China Eastern and Sichuan out of Asia, Etihad and Qatar out of the Middle East, and low-cost carriers such as Scoot and Air Asia.

Tourism Australia, which is investing $15.7 million in marketing campaigns with 20 airlines this year, said its goal of increasing flights in and out of Australia by up to 50 per cent from 2010 to 2020 was ahead of target. It said aviation on Australian routes grew about 5 per cent last year and was outperforming global growth.

China Southern, which has a checkered report card from passengers about its on-board quality, will also introduce the latest A330-generation aircraft on flights out of Sydney and Melbourne.

The planes, already flying out of Perth and Brisbane, include flatbeds in business class and personal TVs in economy.

“These are state of the art planes,” said China Southern executive Chen Gang, who announced the airline’s improved offering at the annual Australian Tourism Exchange in Sydney on Saturday.

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He said China Southern would also deploy a pool of 400 English-speaking cabin crew across the airline’s network, including the Australian routes.

China Southern last year started the “Canton route” between Australia and London via Guangzhou, as an alternative to Dubai and Singapore for Australians to fly to Europe.

Guangzhou is a modern airport built in 2004 and among the top 20 busiest in the world.

A drawback is that Australians need to obtain a visa to stop-over there, however Mr Chen said approval was expected soon for a 72-hour visa-free stay policy, similar to the policy in Beijing and Shanghai.

“Our Canton Route is the new and exciting way for Australians to fly and we are absolutely thrilled that they will soon be able to stop over in a vibrant city with a free transit permit to try some Cantonese yum cha and enjoy the local culture …,” he said.

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China Southern A380 features

First, business and economy class

Private suites in first class

Large personal table

Mini bar

Flat bed seats in premium classes

Personal TV in all classes

Cantonese and Western food

China Southern A330 features

First, business, economy plus and economy classes

Flatbeds for premium classes

Personal TV in all classes

Cantonese and Western food

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LIFE IN CHINA THROUGH THE EYES OF MICHELLE

TEACHING ENGLISH IN A CHINESE UNIVERSITY IS A BUZZ SAYS MICHELLE

Well where to start, I’ve thought about doing something via the internet about my travels for years, and so I thought why not, if nothing else it would be a bit of fun. I’ll start by writing a few articles on my journeys and experiences that befell me.
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Not so long ago I decided that a trip to China would be a life experience that I wasn’t going to miss and when I take a trip I mean actually live in the said country for an extended period of time. To me that is the only way to really experience the place, people and lifestyles. Rather than spent a fortune on living expenses I decided to find myself a job. Having a fairly decent education, I decided to gain employment as a University Lecturer, teaching and lecturing in English and Business. It was only a matter of hours and I had a few good offers come my way. I had my own criteria that needed to be addressed, No 1 I was only interested in going to a nice warm area, No2, not too crowded, away from the big cities ,but yet close to all the modern facilities one would expect.

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Well, I was promised the above with the added bonus of a fully furnished modern western style apartment, some Chinese language lessons, 20 hr week, anything else was overtime and I would be paid handsomely for my efforts .Plus return airfares after servicing my full contract, plus plenty of holidays, well that was WOW just what I wanted. The added bonus being with all the weeks I had off between semesters I could do some serious travel through Asia. As the agency took care of all the visas etc. It wasn’t long and I was off, leaving my home in the care of house-sitters as I had pets and didn’t want to go down the rental track, but that’s an entirely different story.

After the arduous task of departing Brisbane (Australia) Airport, I was off to China. First stop Singapore, Only had an hour and a half to kill between flights so I was confined to the Airport and all its’ offerings. I made a point of noting that when it was time to book my return flights to make sure I had at least 5 hours up my sleeve in Singapore as they offer a free tour, via bus , of Singapore plus a very nice chilli crab lunch, so a great deal if only to show you what’s around and on offer  for maybe your next visit.
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After arriving in Shanghai, it was quickly pick up your bags, zip through customs, and that’s the part I don’t remember, just a flash of the passport and straight out to find a cab, firstly remembering to grab some Chinese money else I wouldn’t be going anywhere without it, then off to another Airport on the other side of town to catch a domestic flight to Changsha(Hunan). Being the only female Westerner on the plane it was rather curious to be met at the airport by a couple of Chinese ladies holding up a big cardboard plague with my name on it. After the meet and greet it was a matter of getting all my luggage, and believe me it wasn’t that much considering I would be away for a year, into a car that wasn’t much bigger than a shopping trolley. It was a 0.8 litre (Chery)2 door boot car, I really hadn’t thought about seeing a car quite that small, but we managed. Me in the front passenger’s seat, which back home was the driver’s seat, feeling very venerable as I had no steering wheel, nothing to hold onto or control. After take- off it became very evident the style of driving in China was VERY different from anything I had experienced before. I asked how long my driver had had her licence because she had informed me she was a very good driver asking me for my thoughts on the matter in broken English, the answer being two weeks, at that point my only thought was ‘ I’m going to die today’, I couldn’t wait til that journey was over, travelling at 100km an hour for more than an hour zipping in and out of traffic spending more than half the journey on the wrong side of the road. Upon arrival I was in a provincial town called YiYang, 1.5 million population but in China considered the “countryside”.

Well after my miraculous arrival, it wasn’t long before I was delivered to my new temporary accommodation, it was never very clear how long I would be here, I started to get the feeling I was a work in progress. It was getting late into the afternoon and I was dead tired, I just wanted to get settled in and sleep. That was not to be. The next thing you know I am being informed, in broken English, to ready myself for a welcome to China dinner where I would be introduced to the Head of the University English Department plus another few select staff members who had been invited for various reasons.

Ah well, in my tired state it was probably for the best as the pantry was bare and shopping was something I’d sooner face after a night’s sleep.
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I consider myself to be a fast learner but the plumbing in my apartment required a very determined set of skills in order just to produce enough hot water for a shower, we made it, just as well it was summer, wouldn’t have been able to handle the hot cold hot cold treatment  had it been the middle of winter. I was collected promptly at 7pm and escorted via a series of one lane walking tracks to a restaurant approximately one kilometre away.

After being ushered into a private dining room and being introduced to everyone we were seated around a large circular table complete with a glass top over timber. I was introduced to a fellow Australian who had spent the last teaching year at the University so things couldn’t be that bad, right? He came back.

Dinner proceeded in a bit of a blur for me; I don’t remember eating much more than just steamed rice thank goodness they had forks. I am really not that game to try things without knowing what they are, have learnt from my adventurous mistakes before but at least this time there wasn’t any chicken heads floating in the soup, that is the heads you discover after already eating a serve.

After being escorted back to my apartment, I set about making up the bed, It looked comfortable enough but looks can be deceiving, jumping in I was in ‘shock’, I might as well have decided to sleep on the floor, it was like concrete. I slept on top of the bedding hoping this would cushion the experience as tomorrow was a new day and all I wanted was sleep.

 

My life in China was very eventful and a journey I will never forget. After quite a few weeks I considered myself pretty well settled in. I had shifted apartments twice and was finally on campus in an apartment on the 4th floor. I was rapidly becoming fitter with the amount of up and down stairs all day, but that was a good thing as I probably need to lose a few kilos anyway. By the way unless there are more than seven floors you are very unlikely to see an elevator, this was true for the area of China I had landed myself in, could be slightly different in the big cities. I was the only Western female amongst 1.5 million locals. I had become spectator sport, everywhere I went I was a curiosity item. It felt like the eyes of the world were upon me.  Nobody but nobody spoke English so I was left at the mercy of my students, who loved to volunteer their help just to be able to practice their English on me. I had hoped to be able to learn Chinese while I was here but with so many clamouring for my undivided attention just to practice English I gave up. With so many different dialects it was a sheer impossibility to learn anything but a few short lines that would get me by. My advice if you want to learn Chinese, learn from another English speaker who has mastered the language. There was actually one Canadian guy on CCTV9 that my students were in awe of, he spoke perfect Mandarin, even better than a native, so he was the one to learn from.

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What I expected my life in China to be, probably fuelled by the original information and photos I had been fed, was a far cry from the way it really was. My apartment was not luxurious, in fact not even similar to the pictures I received. My bathroom was 1 metre square with a hole smack dab in the middle of the floor, this was the toilet, a squat, so when you were having a shower you had to be very careful as to where you placed your feet otherwise risk some horrific accident I don’t even want to think about. The only room with hot water was the bathroom, with a small hot water system located at head height affixed to the wall, it took a while to work out how to actually get hot water out of it but eventually I was successful. Moving onto the living room, which housed the washing machine, refrigerator and table and chairs: you are now wondering why on earth the washing machine is in the living room, answer: because the nearest tap is in the bathroom so when doing the washing you can run your pump out water back down the hole in the floor, your toilet. I really can’t complain because the system worked quite efficiently.

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Right next to the washing machine sat the fridge, also in a prime location as the kitchen was too small to allow for a fridge and it wasn’t a big fridge either.

Basically the apartment wasn’t big enough to swing a cat in but it had two bedrooms with a small balcony and I often enjoyed a quiet afternoon when it was’t raining or snowing, reading a book that I happened to score from the campus library as long as I didn’t look down I was fine, the view was a completely different story.
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