Have to join the German miltary

Oh, forgot about that. :blush:

:smiley: :smiley:

Iris, at first German government just allow one passport. With 18 I was full of hope that the EU will turn into something good. Now days I found out EU is nothing more ,but a big company, empty like a tin , there you cannot find any worthy values.
This is funny. In 2000 I applied for an US green card and got one, then the 9/11 happened and the migration in St.Louis annulled it a few days after 9/11. Otherwise I could study English and education science in the US and become an English teacher.

But best nationality I found is ROC citizen. I found a family in ChiaYi who is willing to do the same like counting mantuo did.

I already pm ed you that it is not easy to find a job in Taiwan. I told you Ms.Schwarz from the German economic office called me and said:“Please stop the fullish idea of working in Taiwan. You can come travel around, study, but not work. German-Taiwan relations are based on equal ism. If you work here, I would have to give a Taiwanese a working permission visa. In the economic situation Germany is right now I wouldn’t do that.” That was pretty demoralising to me. Perhaps she got some pressure from Berlin to say so…I was just shocked to get a phone call, after I just asked Ms.Anja Liao for information very careful in Chinese.
I just asked here what is needed to get a job in Taiwan besides the language and foreign appearance.
Anyway if I have something to ask…I never , ever ask the German economic office again.

Can you give me a job what makes enough money to build a family?

[quote] I was just shocked to get a phone call, after I just asked for information very careful in Chinese.
I just asked here what is needed to get a job in Taiwan besides the language and foreign appearance. Anyway if I have something to ask…I never , ever ask the German economic office again.[/quote]
Well, it IS a fact that you need a work permit to work here as a foreigner. If I remember correctly, you’re looking for an internship. The German Trade Office used to have a lot of interns. But I also know that they’ve been reducing staff. Maybe they don’t have any open jobs for interns right now? Besides, most companies here don’t like to have interns because the hassle of organizing a foreigner work permit is usually not worth it for an intern (and (at least as foreign company) you need to fulfil certain requirements to actually be eligible for a foreigner work permit - my company, for instance, wouldn’t be). I’ve had VERY good experiences with the GTO (unlike the German Rep Office, the people at the GTO usually are very helpful, actually listen to you and don’t treat you like somebody who makes an unjustified request).

Sorry, but I’ve never come across an internship that paid enough money to feed a family. Btw, what kind of qualifications do you have for a real job?

Sorry to hear about your US greencard. Considered your contempt for Germany, I’m sure you would have been happier there. Good luck with the adoption process here in Taiwan. Btw, our fellow poster’s name isn’t “counting mantou”, that’s just the title of his book.

Iris

Iris

Somehow I doubt it.

If the EU has nothing of worthy values then he’s sure to be disappointed in the U.S. considering the EU is a lot more liberal than most of the U.S. (at least considering the laws on the books :smiley: )

[quote=“Vannyel”]Iris

Somehow I doubt it.[/quote]

That was my first ever attempt to be ironic on Forumosa :frowning:

[quote=“iris”][quote=“Vannyel”]Iris

Somehow I doubt it.[/quote]

That was my first ever attempt to be ironic on Forumosa :frowning:[/quote]
Sorry… :unamused: