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Foreign faces are still in demand to create an international veneer for Chinese firms by posing as executives, musicians and even mechanics. So Katie, a year-old American who speaks fluent Putonghua, applied and got the job with the government-backed firm. Her business card says she is the assistant to the director of the firm.

Her job involves accompanying the director to dinner with clients once a week. Many Chinese equate Caucasian faces with business success and a global outlook. For decades, products made in China but associated with foreign elements — such as a Western-sounding name or being endorsed by a Caucasian model — have been seen as superior. That perception has made China a lucrative place for foreigners to pick up work on the basis of their appearance, regardless of their skills.

Companies hire foreigners to step into the role of musicians, athletes, architects, lawyers and many other professionals for their marketing activities — a common ruse to win more Chinese customers. Burlesque dancing in China: Jenevieve Chang on expat parties, performing for Jackie Chan and reconnecting with her violent dad. The practice is explored in Dream Empire , a minute documentary by Denmark-based American director David Borenstein. It follows a young rural migrant, Yana, who sets up a foreigner rental agency in Chongqing to help her clients market their products and project an international image that she says people believe is reality.

It premiered at the International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam late in and won the Thessaloniki Golden Alexander award in Greece for best film in March, but has yet to be screened in China. Borenstein, a Miami native, directed the documentary largely based on his experience of living in Chengdu, Sichuan province in his 20s as a Fulbright scholar majoring in anthropology.

He took dozens of jobs as a rented foreigner from to The first job came when he was approached by an agent on the street and asked if he wanted to perform as a band member at the opening of a real estate project.

He was curious and when he turned up to the event the next day, he was part of a band whose members had never met. Expats in red armbands turn heads in southwest China. In his nearly three years with the agency, Borenstein took gigs in more than 50 cities.

Most of the events were organised by property developers, which were seeing tremendous growth as the market flourished. For many Chinese, the international veneer is still desirable. Xie Fengyun, a Shanghai resident in her 50s, said she felt products that were promoted by foreign models and companies with foreign executives were more trustworthy.

But for expatriate professionals who have lived in China for many years, the phenomenon is not so harmless. Canadian John Lombard has been based in China for more than two decades. Expat pay packages in Hong Kong hit five-year low, survey finds.

But for Katie, who is now an event organiser in Beijing and still attends dinners with the company director once a month, her role does not constitute cheating since she never discusses business with the clients.

She said they only ever engaged in small talk over dinner. She added that the job had been an eye-opening opportunity that had helped her to better understand Chinese society. Skip to main content. Saturday, 10 June, , 7: Sunday, 11 June, , 9: More on this story. Society Locals come first: Jenevieve Chang on expat parties, performing for Jackie Chan and reconnecting with her violent dad The practice is explored in Dream Empire , a minute documentary by Denmark-based American director David Borenstein.

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