Kathy Chen will be at the helm of affairs on Twitter. A former Microsoft manager she was named as the social network managing director for Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Mainland China. Critics have it that Chen was in the Chinese military in the early 90s. Her involvement in the Computer Associates-Jinchen between the year 1999 and 2005 was pointed out. The role of Chen is to boost advertising for Twitter and not bother about criticism. Meanwhile, the company spokesperson made it clear that they are thrilled to have her on board showing the commitment to the region. The online claims on Chen’s connection with Beijing were dismissed.
The master champion of 2013 has indicated that he has the least interest in shifting to Rio for the awaited return to the games. Here, he prefers focus into the areas of traditional sports. Ian Baker Finch, Australia’s golf captain, has hoped to change and join world as the No.1 Jaso Day in men’s team. He says that his decision is a result of busy playing schedule during the time of Olympics and a few other commitments that could be both personally and professionally. He also added that he has informed the Australian Team Captain and the authorities who would better under my position. Let’s hope that things go fine and smooth.
This will be the final trip for the US President Barack Obama to the Saudi Arabia before vacating office. The president will take all steps to straighten the relationship with the Emiratis, Bahrainis, and Saudis for taking a tilt to their rival the Iran and pressing for domestic reforms. Another headache will be the proposed legislation by the Democrats to sue the Saudi government if they are found guilty in the 9/11 attacks. Despite the proof that 15 of the 19 airline hijackers are from Saudi, the government is denying the connection. On the contrary, Saudi has warned the White House on enacting the bill.