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CORONAVIRUS FRONTLINES—CHINESE BUSINESSMAN ADVISES MORE RESPECT FOR NATURE & BELIEF IN THE SCIENCE

Posted by Yaser Lee on

The 2011 Contagion movie, directed by Steven Soderbergh, presciently predicted our present coronavirus pandemic, with healthcare professionals, government officials and everyday people finding themselves in the midst of a pandemic. There is a suggestion that a bat drops a piece of a fruit, which is eaten by a pig. That pig is then slaughtered for consumption, passing on a virus to humans. It’s known that bat viruses are shed through urine, feces and saliva. On top of which, bats and birds are deeply stressed because of deforestation, forest fires and climate change.

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This Chinese co-founder went from having nothing to eat to bootstrapping a successful business

Posted by Abbie Zands on

This Chinese co-founder went from having nothing to eat to bootstrapping a successful business Internationally published journalist-author-blogger, who contributes regularly to HuffPost. You can create a community post just like Ashley  SWI co-founder Luke Liu (second from right) with the company‘x sales team in a team building activity in Bali, Indonesia. How's this for a showcase of burning desire: going from growing up poor, where your only dream was to have a meal to eat, to co-founding your own company, with your father's entrepreneurial spirit as your driving fuel? This is the gist of Luke Liu's story. He's  a co-founder...

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