here's an outline. He was working at an anqinban. Someone reported him to the Taipei education bureau. The facts of the case going back to 2004 or whatever were outlined. The bureau informed the school and requested them to submit the history of his employment (his hours etc.). The school is firing him. The bureau said that if someone has no local criminal record it's hard to know all the details of their overseas history, especially with so many teachers coming and going. They're entering his name in a database of people unsuited for teaching.
Maybe they should think about ways to expand that.
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I was right on the bounty part discussed earlier in this thread or is the newspaper (Taiwan News ) making the same mistake?
If there was a 1.5 million bounty, some enterprising expats should capture this scum.
On Oct. 25, the Taipei Department of Education on Oct. 25 received information from U.S. authorities that there was a warrant for the arrest and a reward of NT$45 million (US$1.5 million) for the capture of Wesley Lu (盧), 37, a dual citizen Taiwanese-American who was teaching at a children's English cram school in Taipei.
The AIT in Taipei City should be considered American soil, isn't it? Will bring him in there count for the 1.5 million :P If yes, does anyone wanna team up, haha! This is much better than monthly salary...