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PostPosted: Thu Sep 06, 2012 4:04 pm
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pryuen wrote:
YM wrote:
China Airlines (CI) loves Lin. They seem to be in every of his trips. May be they should sign him up for an endorsement contract. It makes lots of sense, CI flies SFO-TPE direct and many of the TPE to mainland destinations are served by CI. Only problem is CI sucks compared to Cathay Pacific (CX) in terms of premium cabins, both food, seat and service (hard and soft products).


YEAH, Jeremy flew back to Taipei from Gaungzhou yesterday to make a same day connection at night back to USA.

Judged from the color of the unifrom of the air stewardesses at the back (all hidden in the photo),
it is China Arilines AGAIN !!!

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So this wrapped up his one-month looooooooong Greater China tour !!!
8)


Is JLin flying business or first class? How come he has these airline stewardesses following and protecting him?


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PostPosted: Thu Sep 06, 2012 6:33 pm
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superjohn wrote:


Is JLin flying business or first class? How come he has these airline stewardesses following and protecting him?



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HOW can those air stewardess PROTECT Jeremy??? :roll:

Jeremy has bodyguards protecting him.
:roll:

And I don't think those are air stewardess serving on China Airlines flights. Proabably they are just China Airlines customer services representatives/air stewardesses (ground service 地勤人员 ) serving in the VIP lounge. As courtesy, they just escorted Jeremy to the departing gate to send him off.


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PostPosted: Thu Sep 06, 2012 7:03 pm
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PRYUEN is right. As first class or VIP customers, most airlines will provide ground staff to escort passengers to the plane. In the case of Lufthansa, they even provide first class pax a ride in a Porsche accross the tamac directly to the plane, bypassing the gate altogether.

Guys, please stop calling the flight attendants as stewardesses, that's so yesteryear when FAs main duty is to serve. No one calls them by that nomenclature anymore. Nowadays, all you'll hear is "our primary duty is for your safety" LOL. But if you are flying premium cabins (biz or first) on carriers other than US based, you'll still get treated very nicely.


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PostPosted: Fri Sep 07, 2012 12:03 am
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pryuen wrote:
superjohn wrote:


Is JLin flying business or first class? How come he has these airline stewardesses following and protecting him?


HOW can those air stewardess PROTECT Jeremy??? :roll:

Jeremy has bodyguards protecting him.
:roll:

And I don't think those are air stewardess serving on China Airlines flights. Proabably they are just China Airlines customer services representatives/air stewardesses (ground service 地勤人员 ) serving in the VIP lounge. As courtesy, they just escorted Jeremy to the departing gate to send him off.


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It is interesting that Jeremy Lin has body guards while Yao Ming does not, when Yao Ming is more of a national treasure and wealthier than Jeremy Lin. Yao Ming must be trying to save some money.


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PostPosted: Fri Sep 07, 2012 2:04 am
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superjohn wrote:

It is interesting that Jeremy Lin has body guards while Yao Ming does not, when Yao Ming is more of a national treasure and wealthier than Jeremy Lin. Yao Ming must be trying to save some money.


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Don't waste the blue fonts. :roll:

Did you know Jeremy Lin or Yao Ming did not have to spend a dime to hire body guards,
cos alot of times it was the organizers of the event that were hiring and sending the body guards to protect their VIPs/Guests of Honor ???


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PostPosted: Fri Sep 07, 2012 3:48 am
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pryuen wrote:
superjohn wrote:

It is interesting that Jeremy Lin has body guards while Yao Ming does not, when Yao Ming is more of a national treasure and wealthier than Jeremy Lin. Yao Ming must be trying to save some money.


Don't waste the blue fonts. :roll:

Did you know Jeremy Lin or Yao Ming did not have to spend a dime to hire body guards,
cos alot of times it was the organizers of the event that were hiring and sending the body guards to protect their VIPs/Guests of Honor ???


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The amount of money spent by the organizers on security was cut from Yao Ming's endorsement contract. In other words, Yao Ming was paying for the security guards.


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PostPosted: Fri Sep 07, 2012 4:02 am
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superjohn wrote:


The amount of money spent by the organizers on security was cut from Yao Ming's endorsement contract. In other words, Yao Ming was paying for the security guards.


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PostPosted: Fri Sep 07, 2012 4:05 am
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pryuen wrote:
superjohn wrote:


The amount of money spent by the organizers on security was cut from Yao Ming's endorsement contract. In other words, Yao Ming was paying for the security guards.


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