I would suggest you to properly read the entire topic before making such statements.
I did not do anything wrong. Read the facts once again.
Philippe wrote:I wish I could tell you that everything was my fault to make you happy, but I can't.
Things started getting messy when I was asked to sign Chinese documents without being informed of their content.
The staff, once again, reassured me that this would not hurt me in any way and that everything was under control.
The school then suggested that I write a statement explaining that I was a substitute and that I had taught children that day.
I'm innocent of any wrongdoing.
Philippe wrote:I The school then suggested that I write a statement explaining that I was a substitute and that I had taught children that day.
As naive as this may look like now, I collaborated and wrote that statement which I regret to this very day.
but what sucks most of all is the shady, underhanded way he was treated, from the moment of the incident until now
his ouster being permanent
his positive effect on this fine island being removed, without any chance of this being changed.
Philippe wrote: They assumed I was teaching there .....
There was a lack of communication on both ends, and it resulted in the worst case possible. The English was very poor, but to me, the school was trying their best to get me out of there in a safely manner with no repercussions..
If he really likes this island and has some connection to it, he will come back and make the best of it! I sure hope so for him, if that's what he wants.
igorveni wrote:OK! Now, you said:Things started getting messy when I was asked to sign Chinese documents without being informed of their content.
That was your first mistake you've got to admit that, I mean, did you have a gun pointed at you? This is not China! I cannot believe you had no way out, you just couldn't say NO!
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