The Daily Populous

Tuesday October 15th, 2019 day edition

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The CEO of appliance company Winning Group John Winning has lashed out at millennials’ poor work ethic and “crazy” expectations, despite being a millennial himself.

John, who took over the company from his dad after his grandfather created it over a century ago, seems to consider himself an expert on hard work, despite being incredibly privileged.

It appears Mr Winning doesn’t quite realise that life is a lot easier when your family owns a multi-million dollar company.

John has achieved a number of great things in his 35 years of life, including starting discount white goods website Appliances Online.

To put it in his own words, he “knew nothing about technology, management or even retail” before taking on the leadership role.

According to Millennial Career, more than half of millennials would prefer to make $30,000 at a job they love, than work a job they hate for $100,000.

It’s not impossible to be successful or “self-made” if you weren’t brought up with a CEO father, but it’ll definitely take a lot more work. »

President Xi Jinping vows Chinese separatists will be ‘smashed to pieces’ as US-themed protests begin in Hong Kong

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But the protests continued with an event held in Central Hong Kong in support of the U.S. Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act, which is pending the approval of Congress.

The Hong Kong government today expressed their regret over to proposed bill, saying that foreign legislatures should not interfere in Hong Kong's affairs.

Human rights and freedoms in Hong Kong are fully protected by the Basic Law, the Hong Kong Bill of Rights Ordinance and other legislation. »

Monkeys strapped into metal harnesses while cats and dogs bleed in footage at 'German laboratory'

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Monkeys are strapped into metal harnesses, while cats and dogs are left bleeding and dying in footage which animal rights activists claim was filmed at a German toxicology laboratory.

Beagles reportedly had pipes forced down their throats and were given capsules, and left suffering and often bleeding following the experiments.

The cats are said to be given up to 13 injections per day by untrained professionals and left to suffer. »