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Kinshasa Shinsuke quotes by Richard Preston
#1. The paving of the Kinshasa Highway affected every person on earth, and turned out to be one of the most important events of the twentieth century. It has already cost at least ten million lives, with the likelihood that the ultimate number of human casualties will vastly exceed the deaths in the Second World War #Quote by Richard Preston
Kinshasa Shinsuke quotes by Paul Beatty
#2. Don't tell me Kinshasa, the poorest city in the poorest country in the world, a place where the average per capita income is one goat bell, two bootleg Michael Jackson cassette tapes, and three sips of potable water per year, thinks we're too poor to associate with. #Quote by Paul Beatty
Kinshasa Shinsuke quotes by Dikembe Mutombo
#3. If I had not played basketball and made the millions of dollars that I had made, I would never have been able to build a hospital in Congo. It started in 1997, and 10 years later I was able to unveil the Biamba Marie Mutombo Hospital, named after my mother, in my hometown outside of Kinshasa. It was such a blessing. #Quote by Dikembe Mutombo
Kinshasa Shinsuke quotes by Mike Ormsby
#4. I'm not interested in whether I'm better than you; only whether I'm better than yesterday. #Quote by Mike Ormsby
Kinshasa Shinsuke quotes by Cynthia McKinney
#5. I can't be calm when I drive through sections of Atlanta that look more like Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo, than America. #Quote by Cynthia McKinney
Kinshasa Shinsuke quotes by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
#6. And even though she checked "yes" to all the symptoms on the card the doctor gave her, she refused to accept the diagnosis of panic attacks because panic attacks happened only to Americans. Nobody in Kinshasa had panic attacks. It was not even that it was called by another name, it was simply not called at all. Did things begin to exist only when they were named? #Quote by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
Kinshasa Shinsuke quotes by Anonymous
#7. The same process is now occurring in the developing world, but much more quickly. The population density of metropolitan Beijing has collapsed since 1970, falling from 425 people per hectare to 65. Indian cities are following; Brazil's are ahead. And suburbanisation has a long way to run. Beijing is now about as crowded as metropolitan Chicago was at its most closely packed, in the 1920s. Since then Chicago's density has fallen by almost three-quarters. This is welcome. Romantic notions of sociable, high-density living - notions pushed, for the most part, by people who themselves occupy rather spacious residences - ignore the squalor and lack of privacy to be found in Kinshasa, Mumbai or the other crowded cities of the poor world. Many of them are far too dense for #Quote by Anonymous

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