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12/11/06

Kerajaan Cina pun larang berpakaian seksi

Apabila kerajaan Kelantan memperkenalkan undang-undang mereka yang berpakaian seksi , ramailah yang melatah. Mempertahankan has asasi , kebebasan seorang wanita. Begitulah serong pandangan masyakarat kita, apabila orang Islam yang membuat peraturan yang menghentam orang Islam juga.

Tapi kenapa pada tahun 2004 , kerajaan Cina juga mengeluarkan undang-undang berpakaian seksi, media Malaysia tak melatah, media dunia tak melatah ?

Agaknya kalau kerajaan Cina mengenakan hukum potong tangan mereka yang mencuri mungkin media akan senyap. Orang Islam akan senyap, orang Melayu akan senyap.

Berikut laporan mengenai undang-undang pakaian seksi di Cina. Siapa yang ada masa, bolehlah tolong terjemahkan, dan suruh orang Melayu Islam yang melatah tadi baca.

Kalau nak ikut undang-undang kakitangan kerajaan Cina ini, mereka tidak dibenarkan berpakaian ketat sepertimana juga wanita Melayu sekarang ini yang bertudung, tapi berpakaian baju serta seluar ketat yang menampakkan susuk badan mereka.

Kalau berani persilakanlah mereka yang membela wanita berpakaian seksi ini membuat bantahan kepada kerajaan Cina pula.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/asia-pacific/3621864.stm

China bans 'sexy' female attire

Female civil servants in eastern China have been banned from wearing sexy clothes and told not to use "dirty" language in the office.

Women have been asked to refrain from wearing revealing tops and leggings as well as too much jewellery at work, state media report.

They should "dress in a serious, proper, simple and natural way".

The regulations are the first of their kind in the country, says the partly state-owned China News Service.

The clothes must not be "avant-garde and ostentatious", the regulations announced by the Zhejiang provincial archives bureau say.

Nor should they be "too thin and tight or showing the under-garments".

'Elegant'

The report also recommended women should adopt manners in line with their professional positions.

"They should use elegant language, avoid rude words and must not in any case use dirty or strange words," it said.

"When they receive guests or speak on the phone, they must say 'please' and 'thank you'," the report said.

"When they are dealing with people outside the office, they must be mindful of the government's image and their personal images."

Wu Ling, director of the women's commission of the bureau, said her office formulated the rules because more than 70 workers in the bureau's 90-strong office were women.

"The reason why we see dressing as a priority is because it is the first impression that people get from the female civil servants," she said.