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    #21
    Yao Ming was a win-win deal between China and the US. on the side of china, malaking pera ang papasok and the experience of Yao playing in the then transferring his knowledge to the CBL when he plays there. For the US, a bigger exposure of their products into the huge chinese market.

    so kahit mag free agent na sya, magbibigay pa rin sya sa chinese government, kung hindi, he will go the way of wang zhizhi, because hindi na rin sya susuportahan ng chinese government. the chinese government can have Yao's commercials banned in china, so no company will get Yao for product endorsements na.
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    #22
    Originally posted by boybi
    Yao Ming was a win-win deal between China and the US. on the side of china, malaking pera ang papasok and the experience of Yao playing in the then transferring his knowledge to the CBL when he plays there. For the US, a bigger exposure of their products into the huge chinese market.

    so kahit mag free agent na sya, magbibigay pa rin sya sa chinese government, kung hindi, he will go the way of wang zhizhi, because hindi na rin sya susuportahan ng chinese government. the chinese government can have Yao's commercials banned in china, so no company will get Yao for product endorsements na.
    mismo pareng boybi. nakana mo.

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    #23
    Originally posted by pepengtom
    bat hindi na lang siya nag SUV?
    Mayroon siyang Toyota Seqouia, nakapatong nga ang mga paa sa dashboard sa passenger side habang ini-interview sya. Ako nga na-iiksian sa legroom ng LC80 sya pa. :dead:

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    #24
    he has to give 50%, thats FIFTY PERCENT of his salary back to china, sarap ng buhay ng chinese government for not doing anything.

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    #25
    altec: Without the Chinese gov't funding and training of Yao (and both his parents, btw), he won't even be in the radar of NBA scouts.

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    #26
    kung 50%... panu kikita si yao ming?

    OT:
    muntik ko na ma type dao ming. haha.. un sa F4

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    #27
    magkano sweldo ni yao ming per year excluding endorsements, mga 2,3,5 million dollars per year kasi nasa 1st contract pa siya? assuming 2 million dollars, I think more than nabawi na ng chinese government kung nakakuha na sila ng 1 million or more, multiply mo sa exchange rate natin para mas maintindihan natin kung magkano, that's 56 million pesos in one year. Wow, I don't think the chinese government has spent that much in the entire life of yao ming, sama mo na ang buong buhay ng parents niya. China yan, magkano ang standard of living nila. If he earns more than 2 Million dollars, lalo na!

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    #28
    and starting salary pa lng un 2,3,5M per year... kung gumaling siya abot cguro 10m per yr.

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    #29
    from YAO CENTRAL, website ni yao ming.
    "Under Chinese regulations, half of Yao's salary would be split among the national sports bureau, the local sports bureau and the China Basketball Association. The remaining half of his income would be split between the Shanghai Sharks and Yao based on Saturday's agreement. "

    "Yao and the team had agreed last month to a contract worth $3,858,240 next season and $17.8 million over four years, including a fourth season at the team's option"

    half is paid to the government, that means around 1.9Million dollars, then makihati pa raw ang old chinese team niya sa naiwang 50%! kawawa talaga si yao ming, naging produkto ng china, literally. Then on his 2nd year onwards, mas mataas pa ang annual salary niya.:mad: :confused:

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    #30
    Lest not forget that China is a communist country, they don't think like capitalists do (at least, system wise).

    Ming's not complaining...

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