Three foreigners hired as Chengguan volunteers in Hefei

| July 18th, 2012

From Sina:.


July 14, 2012, at Hefei, Jawad from Afghanistan, Prince from Central Africa and Qinbo from South Africa are patrolling the streets. On the same day, Hefei Xinghua Village street government hired three foreign friends as City Urban Administrative and Law Enforcement Bureau volunteers. After the simple letter of appointment issue ceremony, the three foreigners changed into Chengguan (City Urban Administrative and Law Enforcement Bureau) uniform, let by city management staff and started to experience “City Management Law Enforcement” work.






Behind the "Foreign urban management and law enforcements”, gathered a large number of" fans ".





They regulated some random street peddlers, illegal business that occupying streets and also carried out publicity and education to illegal business owners. Laowai (Foreigners) Chengguan suddenly became a street scene, attracted many curious eyes

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  1. Darlene says:

    Why would foreigners want to do dirty work of Chinese? There are no Chinese to volunteer? What a stupid volunteer program. Let’s see how long it lasts. ha ha

  2. Charlene says:

    because Chinese dont want to do the dirty job no more, better let the foreigner

  3. Bo Wang says:

    So these are unpaid positions?

  4. narsfweassels says:

    Until we see a high court judge in China that is black, white, hispanic, indian or any other race or ethnicity, this is pretty much meaningless.

  5. voiceofhomer says:

    Chinese are foreign worshippers, so they will respect the black men and white men more than their own.

    They will make the Chinese in China behave like Afrikans and Abrabs.

    So sad.

  6. voiceofhomer says:

    “Shooting at Denver Batman premiere kills 12, injures 59”

    Why can we not get this kind of stories to comment on over here.

  7. blah says:

    @voiceofhomer, it’s chinahush, not americahush.

  8. voiceofhomer says:

    A US man who worked as a guard at a US consulate in China has pleaded guilty to trying to sell secret information to the Chinese government.

    Bryan Underwood, 32, worked at the consulate in the southern city of Guangzhou between 2009 and 2011.

    He was accused of writing to China’s ministry of state security, offering to provide photographs and details of security arrangements.

    China do not trust foreign guards, they will sell you out for peanuts.

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