Female physician says Taiwan's EVA Air flight attendants are 'replaceable' and unwilling to do hard work nurses do
By: Keoni Everington, Taiwan News, Staff Writer
Out of frustration with the strike, a Taiwanese netizen claiming to be a doctor took to the Facebook group Baoyuan Commune (爆怨公社) on Tuesday (June 25) and wrote:
"These little public lifts [little princesses], other than serving trays and pushing carts, I really can't think of any reason why you can't be replaced. Today, if nurses went on strike, I would picket with them. I'm afraid injections would hurt because there is a big difference between having experience and not having experience. As for who gives me food, is there a difference between having experience and not having experience?"
As for the argument that flight attendants are uniquely skilled in foreign languages, she said:
"What is their foreign language proficiency? Hamlet，Othello，King Lear，Macbeth, would you like me to tell you a story? Why don't I take the flight attendant exam? Am I so cheap? It's a pity to be a nurse. I'm too good at testing that I became a doctor."
She then argued that nurses are willing to do the dirty work that made headlines when one flight attendant was forced to wipe the buttocks of an unruly passenger: [FULL STORY]