Bernardo Chua: A Giant In Direct Sales Of Ganoderma Products

Bernardo Chua is a leader in the direct sales industry. For decades he has employed a dedicated sales team to take his products to the people that need them most. Since the company’s inception the many fine products Bernardo Chua has offered to the public has contained the extracts from the healing mushroom ganoderma. Ganoderma is widely used throughout Asia to prevent and aid in the healing of a number of ailments. Research has shown ganoderma has immunoregulatory, liver protecting, antifungal, antioxidant, antibacterial, blood cholesterol reducing, hypoglycemic, and anticancer effects.

A native of the Philippines, Bernardo Chua is of Chinese decent, and remains an avid music lover. Ganoderma has been used in Chinese medicine for over 4,000, so Chua was well aware of its benefits. But many people in the Western world are not. So Bernardo Chua has spent more than a decade introducing ganoderma to people in the West. Through his company OrganoGold, Chua offers people in the United States and other parts of the Western world the opportunity to enjoy the therapeutic benefits of ganoderma through the teas, coffees, and other products he markets.

The direct sales model has proven to be the best way Chua has found to get OrganoGold products infused with ganoderma to the people that need them most. Using direct sales has enabled Chua and OrganoGold to grow rapidly first in the Philippines and then throughout the world. Part of the reason for this is educating the consumer is an important part of the selling process. The OrganoGold sales staff takes the time to explain to the potential customer how the product is to be used and the many benefits that one can derive from using it. Plus directing sales keeps costs down and makes OrganoGold products with ganoderma more affordable.

Bernardo Chua and his companies have won numerous awards as their presentations show. He’s considered one of the Pacific Rim’s most successful businessmen. He has won the prestigious Dangal ng Bayan Award for Business and Industry. His companies have won Direct Sales Company of the Year five times. Chua and his businesses have also received the People’s Choice, the National Consumers Quality, and the National Shoppers Choice awards for his work in the production and marketing of food supplements through the use of direct selling. His companies have been recognized as some of the world’s most efficient.

Refinement of ganoderma and making it more affordable to consumers continues to be goals of Bernardo Chua. The scale on which he produces ganoderma helps to keep costs down. He works with world-renowned organic ganoderma producers on research to ensure his products are made from the highest quality ganoderma possible. Their breakthroughs have helped to make his ganoderma products the best in the world.

Yeonmi Park’s Dramatic Escape From North Korea, To Be Told At Depauw University

This morning I was enjoying my first cup of coffee and checking the news, when I came across this story on about human rights activist Yeonmi Park, and her upcoming visit to Depauw University. For those of you unaware her story, she escaped the brutal, totalitarian dictatorship of North Korea. Her upcoming book will catalog her emotional escape from the most punishing regime currently on the planet. This comes ahead of her book release, now available for preorder on Amazon.

The telling of stories like hers on The Guardian is vitally important. They help to shed even more light on just how terrible it is in North Korea. It is known how barbaric the regime is, particularly among women, but what is missing are more personal accounts of defection. Yeonmi Park will supply this much needed story. Her heroism, despite her enormous disadvantages, is something to be looked at with awe. Personally, I cannot fathom, even in the darkest recesses of my mind, just what this magnificent women had to go through on a daily basis. The visit at Depauw will be a lecture, with question and answer session to follow. It will be a night of heartfelt sorrow, followed by cheers of happiness as her dream of escaping her homeland becomes reality.

She says on her website, simply enough, that her dream of defecting began by watching the James Cameron movie, The Titanic. Almost all movies produced in the west are banned in North Korea, and this movie was no exception. The idea that a man would sacrifice himself for the love of a women was a completely foreign concept to Park. A dramatic escape including, eluding capture from Chinese authorities, and the eventual reunion with her sister, are just the warm up parts of her story.

Yeonmi Park will be the youngest speaker in the history of the Ubben Lecture series. She shares the stage with such notables as: Bill Clinton, Jesse Jackson, Tony Blair, Ralph Nader, and General Colin Powell. These events are always free to attend, and open to anyone who wishes to come. Ms. Park, at the young age of 21, is blossoming into one of the world’s leading human rights activists. Come and share her story. She has gone through so much, and all she wants to do is give back, wanting nothing in return. It will definitely be a memorable night, October 5, at Depauw University,

Crossing The Border


The fact that there are now more people who aren’t Mexican being detained at the border than there are Mexicans should be a concern for the United States. It seems like there are now more Mexicans in the United States than there are in the country of Mexico.
But, Mexicans have been given permission to stay in the United States by the President, and who is to stop Americans and other people from going to Mexico to get away from all of the hustle and bustle of dealing with another group of people who will likely take over the jobs?
They will often work for less money, and you will usually see that they don’t raise a fuss about working long hours, something that Americans tend to do on a regular basis, so who should really be surprised that there are more people who aren’t Mexican trying to cross the border?