History. ASEAN was established on 8 August 1967 in Bangkok by the five original member countries: Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, and Thailand. Brunei Darussalam joined on 8 January 1984, Vietnam on 28 July 1995, Laos and Myanmar on 23 July 1997 (oddone out?), and Cambodia on 30 April 1999.entrepreneurial revolution began at The Economist in 1968- inspired by the imminent success of the moon race- was there anything that optimal blending of human and computer webs could not do? whats strange is today we have no system design to put say 10000 bright young people on sustaining earth - the space race may have been taken over by big business but its goal was first achieved by organising open collaboration between 10000 people round one goal- much more important that ER is that it can be argued that the moon race inspired many peoples who hadn't even be linked in to electricity to develop the east - china came out from behind its great wall with help of inward investment from diaspora already 3rd richest; the poorest big 10 populated place bangladesh gained independence and empowered generation of girls to build community-rising economies and then there was ASEAN - a loving cooperation between 5 founding nations in every way that the EU has failed to begin to value


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Interview with founder of Entrepreneurial Revolution at The Economist http://erworld.tv http://normanmacrae.ning.com

Friday, April 7, 2023

 what  intel I can share on asia and why I know next to nothing about africa

i think i know absolute basic maps-goals of asian development better than 99% of westerners if only because i helped collect first million hours of asian interviews for mit in 1980s mainly with real leaders of unilever (whilst still multilocal) starting with dutch muslim mothers in indonesia where i was also asked 1985 to join their se asia training centre megamendung

 and later as unilever under global ad agencies became just another greenwashing empire I came across royal dutch bangladesh; born the worlds poorest and 8th most populous nation the only development advantage bangladesh has enjoyed is women built it thanks to being led in 100000 person community building over 50 years by the regions former ceo of royal dutch shell - go figure what might have happened to other developing countries if oil company leaders of 1960s had bene transformed from 1970 into bottom up womens nation http://www.abedmooc.com   builder

so 60 trips to asia later it is mathematically obvious if any maths intelligence ever will be) that women empowerment is the only way sdgs are going to be both grounded  and good-viralised in time;

 i think i know nothing about africa; -however

 naila began training barely literate village mothers to mobilise telecoms and solar in 1996 and since leaving bangladesh around 2010 to be a MD neighbor has shared knowhow with top women concerned people in kenya rwanda mali who ran geneva's itu 2008-2016

 is it possible for africans to select 1 correspondent per country- happy to disappear from this group once you have -so spencer and i did 2008 collaboration video challenging all students unions to unite any time spebt on development- my understanding is spencer is zambia as well as civil rights commissioner rockway ny; spencer intro'd me to Nigeria's charles who is lawyer with offices in ny and lagos; and has adopted huge family; runs half of a school in nigeria; 3 weeks ago we both listened to members of guterres top team spilling sdg beans on goal 5 women 6 water 8 jobs -all of the sdgs were born systemically brain-dead (no funding no agreement with other multulaterals - ripe for greenwashing and endless biploar politicking)

it is unclear whuch of the other 14 beans will be spilt when but cjarles chatted to moroccan leader of african union ecosocc who wnats to spill more beans; or tehir order of play goven 15 months and coutning to un's first future summits where 8 billion other beings counterbaance the opinions  of 200 national leaders -hell knows if un ny will survive that - no matter if it doesnt as long as women empowered bots have the deepest databy then

I am not quite sure how charles who has lot of goal 2 food data  at world bank - his dad was one of leaders assassinated in rwanda genocide so he grew up in vienna before coming to usa

john has 45 years in new york reordinung peopel stiries and music so can often find a link nobody else can - our next connections tea party is wed 4pm new york where asian women who know how ai chatgpt worl may maek our card

any questions i have one i would love to link in former world bank communicatir pabsy - whilst representing filipino women empwremnet she was best  stirytelley jm kim ever had unless you know better https://twitter.com/michpabsy  PabsyLive: A Travelogue for International Women’s Day   https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=Pabsylive

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