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China's tennis star Li Na was awarded 800,000 yuan by provincial governor of Hubei, her home province during a welcome ceremony on Monday. Should the money be put into better use? I mean, Li Na will be well off financially even without the prize money. According to the report, her value is worth more than 300 million after the Australia Open triumph. What the point of awarding the money to an athlete enlisted as one of the world's richest sportswomen? Plus, Hubei is one of the most poverished provinces in China, why not give her a title instead and use the money to assist the families living in absolute poverty?
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This post was edited by greendragon at 2014-1-28 15:29

Bribe money to get other Chinese to WORK HARD to achieve same or better success.

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This post was edited by greendragon at 2014-1-28 15:30

Bribe always works better than THREATS or ARM TWIST. <blackmail, death threats, or such>

but it must be acceptable bribes "Public relation issue" -->other people jealousy.

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