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A day in the life of a Computex boothbabe

Posted on Thursday, June 07 2012 @ 16:38:45 CEST by

IT World has written a piece about what it's like to model at shows like Computex, they talked to some boothbabes and learned it earns quite well, but that some have mixed feelings about their work. Full details over here.
Some models say the money is reasonable but there are drawbacks too, such as having to smile for up to eight hours a day and endure what many consider sexism.

On Tuesday, Asustek Computer came under fire from media outlets after it posted a picture on Twitter of one of its models, commenting that the woman's "rear" and the tablet she was holding both looked "pretty nice."

Asus quickly deleted the picture and apologized. Asked about its remark, Lin had mixed views. "It's not a great feeling to see that, but there's nothing that can really be done. We work to promote products," she said.



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