Seeking repayment from salon

PUBLISHED : Friday, 07 May, 1999, 12:00am
UPDATED : Friday, 07 May, 1999, 12:00am

I was a student at Le Salon Orient run by Kim Robinson.

I arrived for class on Monday morning to find a faxed notice pinned to the door apologising to staff for the closure of the school and signed by Mr Robinson.

There was no apology to the students, although many of us have given up jobs and paid considerable amounts of money to attend the school.

I read of Le Salon Orient's closure in the Saturday edition of the South China Morning Post.

Up until the end of class on Friday we were given no indication of the forthcoming closure, thus, although forewarned by the Post, I was shocked to find the doors locked on Monday.

I should like to ask Mr Robinson if he can assure students he will be issuing attendance certificates and reimbursements in due course.