(sounds like a title for an erotic thriller starring Michael Douglas) were plastered up in residential communities across Xicheng District, and caught the attention of the folks at China Law Translate.
These were made to warn women working in political office about the dangers of dating foreigners. Woman who works in the foreign publicity department of a Chinese government department gets invited to a dinner party, woman meets a visiting scholar, they go on dates, things get serious (oo-la-la), and then the scholar begins to ask her for confidential internal references from her office to help with some academic papers he’s writing.
Samantha is a main character in the "Totally Spies! She wears a green Catsuit when she's on a spy mission. As mentioned in the episode "Spies in Space", she has the best grades ever in Beverly Hills High School history.
Sam's counterpart is Crimson, from the previous WOOHP spy team.
Then he disappears, never to be heard from again, resulting in a little visit from the Public Security Bureau.
So the moral is, ladies working in government offices must stay vigilant and don’t trust those sneaky scholars, or foreigners in general, as they all probably have some sort of hidden agenda to squeeze confidential materials from naive government workers.
During high school, Sam attended Beverly Hills High. Despite this Sam wasn't valedictorian when she graduated; that honor went to Arnold Jackson.
Miss Eubanks, an actress from Dallas, Texas, was freaked out to be asked by friend Georgia Hoyer why she was not eating.
"Before Miss Hoyer told her: "Look behind you."The other pictures show what Miss Eubanks saw when she looked over her shoulder.
The first picture shows Miss Hoyer, dressed in a black hoody with the hood up, dark sunglasses and a fake moustache, staring directly back in the direction of the first date.
China is beefing up its defenses against foreign espionage, and they’re hoping to raise public awareness of this danger to national security with its first-ever National Security Education Day held last week.
As reported by The 16-panel cartoon follows the story of Xiaoli, a Chinese woman who works in an information department of the country’s civil service.