Namewee looking for ‘not too beautiful’ assistant


MALAYSIAN rapper Namewee (pic) amused his online followers when he posted on Facebook that he is looking for a female personal assistant who is “not too beautiful”.

Among his conditions were that the woman should be aged “between 21 and 35 (not too beautiful)” and that she “must have a driving licence (must be a skilful driver)”, Kwong Wah Yit Poh reported.

As for language requirements, he said the person should have “four stars” in English proficiency, three stars in Chinese and three stars in Malay, as she would need to liaise with government department officers.

Namewee, 38, is currently working in Taiwan.

He noted the job was only for a female as he already has a male personal assistant to ensure no gender discrimination.

Namewee, whose real name is Wee Meng Chee, also quipped that his employee would not starve to death as the salary would be negotiated during a face-to-face interview.

> Proceeds from an exhibition held in tribute of the late Taiwanese singer-actor-host Alien Huang was donated to the Heart Centre of Cheng Hsin Hospital in Taiwan, China Press reported.

Huang, who was known for hosting the game show Mr Player alongside Jacky Wu and Kid Lin, died from cardiovascular complications on Sept 16 last year. He was 36 then.

To mark his first death anniversary, Huang’s family and creative team organised an exhibition titled “Evolution” in Taipei.

Huang’s sister posted on Instagram that all income from the merchandise sold during the exhibition, after deducting costs, was donated to the centre.

A sum of TW$800,000 (RM120,000) was collected.

The above articles are compiled from the vernacular newspapers (Bahasa Malaysia, Chinese and Tamil dailies). As such, stories are grouped according to the respective language/medium. Where a paragraph begins with a >, it denotes a separate news item.

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