many of us here are familiar with www.tealit.com as the site has long advertised daily in the local press and is indeed a foreigner’s treasure trove of part-time, shady jobs.
it would seem that with the gov’t cracking down on kindergarten teaching would be a nice opportunity to do tealit such as it deserves.
how? simple, tealit (and the papers) that carry their adverts are breaking the law.
everyone here should be familiar with evta.gov.tw/english/lawevta. … wevta1.htm
for this purpose, article 45 is salient: “Anyone shall not introduce foreign persons on behalf of third party that violates laws and regulations.” the penalty for such is set forth in article 64.
anyone know how to contact the proper gov’t branch that’ll pressure the newspress to stop running tealits ads which “introduce foreign persons with employment on behalf of third party that violates laws and regulations”?
such would serve the community in manifold ways:
1)schools promoting illegal work would lose their pimp,
2)tealit would lose the newspapers as an advertising source, penalizing such for their lame(bogus) forum,
3)newbies would find it not so easy to stumble into the grasp of law breaking employers.
if taiwan is so intent on prosecuting foreigners who do the dastardly deed of teaching the young, perhaps the least we can do is provide the law enforcers with the names of the organizations/individuals that “facilitate” (and profit) from such illegal interactions.
seeing as how this is a respectable forum and has long has a “lockdown” policy on threads that discuss the benefits of illegal work, perhaps it is best that we also forment the discusssion of obeying and following the laws here as well.