This picture says one example of “Internet Speed in Asia”, this source comes from OOIDA Net Index.
Roughly ranking is as bellow.
This speed effort must be the average of whole countries or regions. Because, for example in Japan, there are 100Mbps FTTH services for individual users.
1. Hong Kong 78.3Mbps
2. Singapore 66.6Mbps
3. Japan 44.5Mbps
4. Taiwan 39.3Mbps
5. China 19.5Mbps
6. Thailand 18.9Mbps
7. Vietnam 14.2Mbps
8. Cambodia 5.9Mbps
9. Brunei 5.51Mbps
10. Malaysia 5.48Mbps
11. Myanmar 5.0Mbps
12. Laos 4.5Mbps
13. Indonesia 4.3Mbps
14. Philippines 3.5Mbps
Then……where is India???
I’ve heard that “India is a great IT country” though……
Even in India, business firm use the high speed network though, I feel the fastest services have not provided yet for individual users like Japan, Hong Kong etc…
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This list says that “Doing Business” ranking 2017 edition which was published by World Bank.
61st-80th places’ countries are as below.
62. Costa Rica
72. Brunei Darussalam
74. South Africa
75. Kyrgyz Republic
79. San Marino
Well, China is coming at 78th place. I think this place would be raise up from now on.
74th place is South Africa, wow, although India has not appeared in this ranking yet during 1st-80th, South Africa has appeared? So incredible!
Yes, recently many Chinese people have already launched their business activities in African area, some young Japanese do it also.
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Happy Chinese New Year!!
Wish all of you more prosperous year with happiness life.
*Category of “My Past Wushu Life In India”
Any particular issues have not happened during January 2013.
Our boy did not translate well on the phone conversation between K.H and me, so we missed to come to see one championship in Northern India.
In the beginning of February 2013, K.H. And me talked on messenger chat of Facebook. He had mentioned about the possibility of me to become a Indian National Wushu Team coach. I was very surprised with it, because I did not imagine it. We had promised to meet and discuss about it, when he would be able to take his time to come Delhi.
I surely have the proper experience of Wushu training from real Chinese coaches in Japan for a long time, I did imagine the technical level of majority player in India was incredible lower than Japan……but still, I was surprised with this talk with him……I’ll be a National Team coach??? Is it true???
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Happy New Year 2017 to ALL!!
Wish all of you the best for coming this new year.
I’m eager to obtain another good job or business opportunity in somewhere else.
Hope I will be able to get it, hope I can tie up with people who can cooperate well each other.
I’ve been encountered and suffered bad feeling things from Indian Wushu society for a long time.
Then, one more sad issue has occurred.
This issue has made me to feel disappointed with them AGAIN.
Because, this kind of issue is shameful thing.
This is the disgrace against Wushu itself, also against all of great Wushu masters/coaches/teachers/players etc, etc, etc, against all the serious and sincere people across globe.
How sad it is…..
*Continues from Log Category:’Why and how I came to India?’,
and ‘What Happened To Us After Coming To India’.
Age 30’s Japanese mother Yoko S. has experience to stay in USA for 3 years in the past, because of her husband Huroyuki S. was an engineer of Japanese big company and his company had sent him to USA as a residential worker. Therefore, Mr. Moustache(Komori) has expected Yoko’s cooperation as a leader of Japanese mothers’ leader for mothers who would be coming to Mangalore to join our project. But, Yoko just refused this our hope, she had told me:”I don’t want to take any responsibility for it”. It has made me to diappointed with her, to tell the truth.
She wanted to be the first candidate of doing garment business among this Japanese project group, then the first person should take his/her leadership until other someone would be coming up. We thought so.
Anyway, we can not force her to do it, then I had to close my mouth on this firsts day.
(To be continued)