It’s supposed to be official Chinese policy to migrate about 300 million Chinese to Africa in the years to come.
The majority of travelers I have met see foreign lands entirely through the filter glasses of their home front.
At this point, virtually all of us over the age of forty have encountered enough “snowflakes” (those Millennials who have a meltdown if anything they say or believe is challenged) to understand that, increasingly, young people are being systemically coddled to the point that they cannot cope with their “reality” being questioned.
For some time, I’ve been saying that the economy is in the “eye of the storm” and that when it emerged, the weather would be far rougher than in 2008.
An often-overlooked ingredient of international diversification is spreading your digital presence across multiple friendly jurisdictions.
Most people assume that, if they have money on deposit in a bank, they own that money. That’s not necessarily the case.
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