The Huffington Post?! Nice Fung Bros! Below is a little fact check from Andrew Fung himself on the Huffington’s blog post.
“Huffington Post blogged about BOBALIFE! However, the confusion comes from when we said “boba means boobies”. The words ‘boba’ in Cantonese means “big boobs”. So the slang for boba originated in Hong Kong. So literally boba means boobies. Anyway….
What a complicated issue… Here you have North Korea, a country that doesn’t even have enough resources to feed their own people (so we are told).Then you have the United States who in most accounts takes what they want and invades countries based on resources that they refuse to give up. Well… North Korea, last time I checked doesn’t really have any resources that the US would want. The UN can only “sanction” N. Korea, and since the US has bases all over Asia it would only make sense that China would continue to hold N. Korea as an ally.
I guess the only difference is the United States has not quite reached the programs full potential. Either that are we are much more quiet about it. Nevertheless this should not scare anyone for visiting China however it should wake people up about what is soon to come in a city near you. As I mentioned earlier when the news first came out about NYPD, if it was created by Microsoft you better believe Washington State metropolitan cities like Bellevue and Seattle are not far from trying to get these laws implemented. Seeing as how the Seattle Police Department already has a drone, I mean why would not they have the technology to spy on anyone they please?