27 thoughts on “Pollution free Hiley hill station in Nepal attracts tourists from all over the globe”

  1. Why do they produce so much ????? This is ridiculous. And more ridiculous, workers are pround of that. Scary scary scary. Brainwashed China. It gives you an idea of what the furure looks like

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  2. Typical. The slaves always lived on the plantation. The base pay was said to be $90 a month. Food was $0.50 a meal, and the lowest priced, shared accommodation was $6.00 a month. If they only ate twice a day, their monthly pay after basic expenses would have been $54.00. That’s ridiculous. They’ll never be able to save enough for a life outside of that factory. They’re going to be there forever.

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  3. The demand for crap never ends because the crap we buy keeps crapping out…… LOL
    Designed to break is good for business, quality product is a bad business model.

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  4. o yea , then they have to ship it all the way here , ,, some things might make good economical sense , but if it is causing this much pollution its not worth it

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  5. I would rather have a product that lasted a lifetime and pay more for it ,even pass it down to the next generation , instead of cheap shit that last few years and throw it away cuz it cost a lot less , to much waste , pollution , and pure bullshit

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