To the previous poster:
Your cheap and vulgar little taunts will get you nowhere -- at least nowhere with me. I am here to discuss the college and not to engage in cheap Peizheng foreign teacher druggie-infested and alcohol mind-clouded melodrama. One can count the number of sober, decent, proper foreign teachers at the College at probably being less than 20, and that is a generous number by all counts.
As for Arthur and all of that silliness by the poster, this is China. That kind of gossip will get you nowhere -- it's just more of the usual Peizheng pscyho rehash. You may have heard it but to prove all of it beyond a shadow of a doubt is something that you will never do -- not here in China. You should be tending to cleaning up your own act a la Voltaire from Candide
(if you ever read it in the original, I doubt).
And as for Karl and all his condos, well, excuse me, but that is truly none of our business. Again, this is his country, and not yours, and you are way out-of-line and decidedly out-of-place.
The three of you made a video recording of Max during his "meltdown" in China and then you posted it. Are you aware that under Chinese law, in order to make such recording, you would have needed his consent to (a) make it and then (b) to post it? You had neither. Frankly, I am going to let youtube know this. If youtube leaves it up, then youtube becomes liable. You three or three-in-one are truly operating at the extreme fringes of the law these days. Some caution is in order.
In any case, the issues with the Kafe remain. They are well-known. The issue with the drama queen
who was exited from the College for professional turpitude and malfeasance and then started all of this hyperbole is well-known etc., etc., ad nauseum
. The sale and consumption of drugs by a good amount of the FT's at the College is also a serious problem, deny it or not.
There are issues at the College, for sure, and there are issues with Karl Wang's management style. There are also issues with crazed-and-out-of-control foreign teachers as we can see here.
I always felt that Peizheng was not a truly bad place and that it was the presence of so many out-of-kilter foreign teachers that render it at times untenable as we can judge by the messages on this board, on http://www.eslcafe.com
, and on other boards, all by the same "gang of three".
As for speaking fluent Chinese or not speaking fluent Chinese, that is truly a non sequitur.