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Chinese billionaire hires porn star Rola Misaki Japanese porn star Takizawa Rola (Rola Misaki) and the mystery businessman (Picture: Getty) Pretty Woman never got paid this much. A rich businessman has reportedly offered a porn star £5million to be ‘exclusive’ to him for the next 15 years, in a move that would have made Richard Gere’s eyes water in the hit 90s movie. We could only remember Edward (Gere) offering Vivian (Julia Roberts) a shopping spree and a couple of thousand dollars (and, of course, his love) but one incognito Chinese millionaire has gone a step further. The porn star in question is 22-year-old Rola Misaki – also known as Takizawa Rola – who is half Russian and half Japanese. Japanese porn star Rola Misaki (Picture: CEN) The pair have recently attended events together in the Chinese capital Beijing, with the man wearing a mask to hide his identity according to reports in the China Record and the Tokyo Reporter. She won’t be seen in films anytime soon (Picture: CEN) The announcement hasn’t gone down well with her fans, who will be sad to see her go. ‘Nooo! She can’t leave us like this,’ said GuangY, one of her 4.8million followers on Sina Weibo, the Chinese equivalent of Twitter. Mai86 added: ‘She’s one of the best, a natural. I can’t believe she’s gone off with this man.’ Misaki made her debut in the adult video industry in 2012 with the Prestige Label. And although not finding many fans in Japan she has become a hit in China. Read more: http://metro.co.uk/2015/05/15/businessman-offers-porn-star-5million-to-be-exclusive-to-him-for-15-years-5198964/#ixzz3aSACV2hq
http://rt.com/news/215363-qatar-fifa-fake-fans/ Migrant workers in Qatar get one dollar an hour for sitting in the stadiums and pretending to have fun, to applaud and to do the wave, AP reports. Sometimes they even were asked to dress like Qataris in white robes and head-scarves.
Link Singapore bosses think 50% of employees are 'bad hires': survey While top talents are a measly 10-30%. According to a survey by RecruitPlus, 99% of the 4,000 employers who answered felt that their organization carry certain percentage of bad hires, from 10% to a whopping 50%. Conversely, only 64% of the same respondents felt that their companies have Super Performers, ranging from 10% to 30% of their workforce. This group of individuals usually comes from 1) referrals, 2) recruitment agencies & 3) job boards. All respondents believe the Super Performers are capable of handling the job of 2 to 5 bad hires and will not mind paying them 10% to 30% more salary vis-
http://motoring.asiaone.com/Motoring/News/...318-268732.html QINGDAO - ONE man went to the extreme of having his Lamborghini Gallardo, an Italian supercar, destroyed in public on World Consumer Rights Day three days ago to show his dissatisfaction with the carmaker's services. He even recorded and broadcasted the event live on China's micro-blogging service, Weibo. According to an online user on video-sharing website Youtube, the businessman from Qingdao, Shandong province in China, said the engine of his sportscar, a Lamborghini Gallardo L140, failed to start on Nov 29, 2010, just six months after he bought it. The report said he contacted the Lamborghini dealer in Qingdao and a trailer of a maintenance service provider was sent to deliver the car to a workshop. However the businessman found out the problem was not resolved when the car was returned. Worse, the bumper and chassis were also damaged, probably during the towing, according to the report. When the owner pointed out the problems at the workshop, they denied any wrongdoing, the report said. The owner then tried to escalate the issue to executives higher up in the corporate hierarchy but "no one took responsbility for what had happened", the report said. The owner decided to hire a group of construction workers to destroy his sportscar on World Consumer Rights Day, March 15, to attract attention to the problem of consumer rights in China. The report said that he felt this was the only way he could protest against Lamborghini China's lack of high-quality service. Lamborghini China said in the past three months, it has never given up on repairing the vehicle and has actively sought to meet all the requests of the dealer and the owner and raised numerous solutiuons. It also said it was apologetic for the inconvenience that the repair work has caused the owner and felt regret at the smashing of the Lamborghini. In China, a Lamborghini Gallardo retails for around 3 million yuan ($584,700), depending on specification.