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The casino workers weren't happy with the action of the Chinese general manager at the casino and the way he treats the staff, so they protested in front of the casino, and also filed a complaint at the police station.
They said they suspected that the casino might be opened illegally, which would explain why the Chinese boss thinks that do what he likes, including mistreating the casino employees.
The Chinese boss denied that the casino was opened illegally, contrary to what the staff said.
In the end, Mr. Phorn Vatha, the officer from the Department of Labor and Vocational Training, went to intercede in the dispute between the workers and the casino owner.
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- choose a different name for the business
- not file a complaint at the police station
of course all under the assumption it's a legal business, not a coverup for some other 'joy'.
Any idea what the black marks could be ?
Yeah, I was thinking tire tread, as well.Anchor Moy wrote: ↑Thu Sep 26, 2019 1:03 amHmm, yeah, I wondered about that ... Also looks a bit like a tire tread.
But more likely to be traces of a stick for beating the staff.
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