Hashtags are such a prominent part of online culture today that it’s rare to find anyone who doesn’t know what they are. The proliferation of hashtags is truly incredible. What began on Twitter has now spread to Facebook, Google+, Instagram, Google search, and almost everywhere in between. Even LinkedIn experimented with hashtags for awhile before giving up. By […]Read More You should be using hashtags for your business.
From 1961 to 1992, one of Moscow’s most prestigious schools bore the name of Patrice Lumumba, the Soviet-supported Congolese independence leader brutally executed in 1961. Patrice Lumumba University recruited and educated generations of foreign leaders, especially African leaders, and was just one of the many ways in which the Soviet Union cultivated ties with Africa. […]Read More Russia and Africa Relations
So you all know how i am a foodie and i eat to enjoy my food not to fill my stomach. If that was the case i think we all know the portions i eat are for jokes. Reminds me this one time my older sister’s boyfriend decided to treat me to Lunch and bought […]Read More FIRST we eat THEN we do everything else
This year marks 70 years since the division of Korea, South Korea’s president, Park Geun-hye, is pushing the idea of unification as a “bonanza”. For the North, whose minuscule economy is roughly 40 times smaller than that of the South and is only beginning to show signs of reform, that would certainly be the case. […]Read More Korea opportunities
At a South African church rightly called “Incredible Happenings”, the pastor believes that he can exorcise demons from his female followers by sticking his fingers in their private parts in full view of his congregation. In a popular church based in Nigeria – where 84 people died after the collapse of one of the church buildings – […]Read More Eating snakes,Eating Grass, wads of cash…where does it all end?
Outstanding controversies on the trade deal include access to Canada’s agriculture market, Australian concerns over American pharmaceutical patent rules, Peru’s rain forest management, Chinese components in Vietnamese textile exports and labor organizing rights in Vietnam and Mexico. The dispute over access to Canada’s protected dairy and poultry markets is so fierce that some participants say […]Read More Outstanding Controversies on the Trans-Pacific Trade Deal
Over the past 20 years, there has been a marked increase in economic co-operation between China and India. From very modest beginnings, bilateral trade reached the $60 billion mark and many observers believe that that figure could well double by 2020. A number of projects are now underway to create joint ventures in fields such […]Read More China and India ‘co-leaders of a post-American world order”
Hi guys, finally decide to join the blogging world and my first post is definitely dedicated to my Papa. Dear Papa, You are my number one. I wish you knew how much i love you i think everyday i wake up the first person i pray for is you. You have been my best friend […]Read More Thank you Papa 🙂