An Indonesian official has suggested that in order to reduce the country’s national poverty rate, the rich demographic should marry those from low-income households.
The suggestion was made during Coordinating Human Development and Culture Minister Muhadjir Effendy’s speech at the National Health Work Meeting in Jakarta on Wednesday, according to The Jakarta Post.
Being “rich” just got way less expensive in China.
A number of online services are now reportedly offering stock, first-person videos that flaunt wealth, which people can buy to post as their own on social media.
A video featuring a Chinese woman’s online braggadocio is triggering netizens on social media.
In the clip, which appears to be an edited compilation of her vlogs, 24-year-old Han Xiao is seen showing off her expensive clothes, luxury cars, VIP perks, and American education.
A refreshing tale of online romance that persevered against all odds is going viral on social media.
The story involves Nguyen Van Anh, a Vietnamese woman who met her husband through social media and eventually married him 10 months later.
A lavish wedding between a couple from two of India’s richest families features a three-day pre-wedding party, the attendance of several Bollywood stars, and a private concert by one of the biggest singers in the world.
A homeless man who turned his life around to become one of Japan’s top club hosts has inspired others in the booming industry.
Akaya Kunugi is regarded as the No. 1 host at Acqua Group, one of Japan’s most popular host clubs. He works at the company’s main branch in Kabukichō, its largest in the country.
Homeowners of San Francisco’s private gated residence Presidio Terrace are taking legal action to take their street back but the street’s new owners, Michael Cheng and Tina Lam, aren’t too worried about their attempts. The Presidio Terrace Homeowners Association has employed the help of renowned former staffs of the city attorney’s office to aid them in their legal efforts.
Former city attorney staff Scott Emblidge and Matt Dorsey along with former chief-of-staff Boe Hayward will all be working on shedding the light of the homeowners’ side of the story to the public. According to SanFranciscoChronicle, the homeowners have set their sights on the city tax collector’s office, who they believe has failed to adequately inform them about the tax auction.
In a shocking development, the billionaire hotel owner who set two dogs set on fire last October just got a light penalty of five days of community service via a plea deal.
The decision, which virtually gets Vikram Chatwal off scot-free from his rather disturbing crime, outraged Sean Kelly, a British art gallery owner and the owner of the two Jack Russell terriers that Chatwal attacked.
With some help from family, friends, and some business links from China, a female murder suspect from California will be posting her multi-million dollar bail which was previously set at $35 million.
Accused of planning and executing the murder of the father of her children, 31-year-old Tiffany Li is now being prepped for release after her backers offered to put up their properties as collateral for her bail.
The idea of the world’s end has long crossed the minds of countless prophets and scientists. Today, thanks to research and popular culture, we can better imagine how it might be while listing random pointers for survival in our heads.
But as far as the movies have shown, not everyone survives apocalyptic events. We can hope for the best for all earthlings, but from a more realistic, resource-oriented perspective, it’s easy to tell who’s got the upper hand.
The world’s most expensive trip begins in August and there’s a whole lot in store for those who can afford it.
Launched by experiential travel boutique DreamMaker, the trip called “Passport to 50” will tour 20 cities in 20 days, circumnavigating the globe via two privately outfitted Boeing 767 jets. According to a press release, it is “a milestone celebration for the billionaire client” and up to 50 companions boarding the second jet.
Richard Muldaji, businessman, socialite, and the grandson of pharmaceutical tycoon Kartini Muldaji and his wife Shalvynne Chang threw a posh birthday party for their dogs. But this is not just some ordinary party. Spoiled and rich dogs, Coco and Lulu, celebrated their birthdays aboard a private yacht, Coconuts Jakarta reported.
Around this time last year, Muldaji caught people’s attention when he and his wife threw a fancy birthday party for their dog Coco. But any birthday party wouldn’t be complete without a gift so the couple gave their beloved pup with a Mitsubishi Pajero hoping that she “wouldn’t be too grumpy when her nanny takes her to the salon.”