“I think that’s all a bunch of bull****,” she said.
“You can go to a lot of places in Australia, and they’ve got great prices.
But you just can’t get a good haircut.
The business owner was not the only one to complain about the business’ poor customer service. “
It’s a complete rip-off.”
The business owner was not the only one to complain about the business’ poor customer service.
The shop’s owner, the man who called himself ‘K’ was adamant his business was not “banned in China”.
“There’s not a Chinese person who goes to my shop,” he told The Straits Times.
“We’re a little bit of a small business here.
And we’re not banned.
It’s a little small business.
But we’re just a little shop in the middle of nowhere.”
It’s just the fact that we’re Chinese people who have money to spend.
I think it’s a good thing that we have to do it in Australia.
“K added that his shop had been closed in recent months due to the growing number of customers.
He said the business would continue to cater to those customers who wanted to make the most of their holidays.
K said that he and his wife had been to Australia twice in the past few months and would not be leaving their home country for good.
But the Straits resident said that his family’s trip to China was “not going to be the same”.
While the shop owner’s business was closing, the owner of another family-owned business on the same street had also decided to shut down.
In December, a group of Chinese tourists came to the shop in search of a haircut, and the owners of the family-run shop did not want to let them in.
One of the customers, Zhang Zhihua, was so upset by the behaviour of the shop owners that he went to police, according to a report in The Straights Times.
The shop owner was taken into custody for questioning, but Zhang was eventually released after a police investigation.
Zhang is one of the people who made the complaint to the Department of Immigration and Border Protection, the newspaper said.
When asked if Zhang’s family would be forced to close down, a spokesman for Immigration and Customs said: “It is very difficult to confirm the facts of this case, and there is nothing to suggest that this has happened to other family members.”
Zhihua told The Sydney Morning Herald that he had no idea whether the family was actually banned from coming to Australia, but that he thought the business was “bansed”.
Zhao, who said he was not involved in the case, said he would never have considered coming to China without being warned about the shop’s poor customer services.”
They have no way of knowing what they’re buying,” Zhao said.”
The staff is always there, and if they don’t like something, they will just leave.
They just make you feel like you’re stupid.
I think they just don’t understand the importance of good customer service.
“He added that if the shop was shut down, he would not have come to Australia anyway. ABC/wires