Saturday, October 12, 2019



*Tyler Perry builds own studio

*Akon power in Africa

*music and more

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Thursday, October 10, 2019

Does China really need the US?

President Trump thumps his chest and tells the American people "guys, the Chinese are struggling worse than we are"...or something to that effect. He of course is referring to the trade war between China and the US.  An action that is supposed to stop the unfair trade balance that has heavily favored China.

But the question is....Does China really need the US? China has a strong foot hold in Africa. A continent mocked and ridiculed for being a "shithole", but has purchasing power and a consumer culture, that masks the everyday strife of living in Africa.... Not happy, go buy a new I phone....No light, no wahala....lets go buy a new car.....

Don't take our word for this, check this article out as a sample China+Africa= Kaching!

Wednesday, October 9, 2019

Adam Silver in China to save relationship



Monday, October 7, 2019

Founder of Alibaba and owner of Brooklyn Nets weighs in on NBA China problem

General Manager of NBA's Houston Rockets just caused a major stir. He tweeted his support for the protesters in Hong Kong. Hong Kong, which is not a sovereign nation and is part of China,  has been protesting for a little over month against mainland China and how they are being ruled.

To understand this fully, you need to read up on Hong Kong when it was under British rule and then handed over to China..... We can't do everything for you!!!! Google it!!!

Morey's unnecessary tweet has caused China to liquidate its very profitable relationship with the NBA and the Houston Rockets. To appease the Chinese, Houston Rockets star James Harden and the owner have apologized for the gaff. Even Morey himself has deleted the tweet and apologized.

It remains to be seen if it works.

Tsai gives his two cents on NBA China fued

Monday, September 30, 2019

Dinwiddie vs NBA

Brooklyn Nets guard Spencer Dinwiddie would like to convert his NBA contract into a platform that people can invest in. Sounds, innovative and trailblazing, but the NBA, who seem to be gradually morphing into the NFL, said no.

NBA sights the collective bargaining agreement that prohibits the transfer of a player's money to a third party. Dinwiddie is arguing that is not the case and is not letting go.

Should he be allowed to use his money anyway he seems fit? What happened to the NBA that was about the player and his innovation?

 Christopher Dodson wrote an informative piece on this for Forbes. Please click the link below for a better understanding.... Very educational

Dinwiddie vs NBA

Can Boris Johnson deliver?


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