Three students clown around at job fair

17:06, June 22, 2010      

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Three university students dressed as clowns appeared in a recruitment fair in Nanjing, and their appearance and musical performances aroused people's curiosity on the morning of June 19.

The clowns with red noses and colorful painted faces first sang a pop song to the "audiences," and then played two-stringed Chinese fiddle, flutes and guitar. Some people are really curious about their behavior as they were attending the recruitment fair.

Later, the clowns sent leaflets to the recruiters that read "Don't judge by the employees' looks, because looks are not directly proportional with ability. If you think we are ugly, that's right. However, if you has prejudice against us, that's your fault."

Some onlookers said that young people always like to play this kind of "street theatre" and show their views through special forms of artistic expression. A recruiter has told the reporter that they were quite puzzled about what the clowns were doing at first, but now the knew that the just want our recruiter to avoid judging the applicants by their looks.

"I understand them and I would accept their suggestion," said one recruiter.

By People's Daily Online

(Editor:王千原雪)

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