WIFI WIRELESS INC (OTCMKTS:WFWL) and Agnez Mo
WFWL landed a huge deal that will see Super Star Agnez Mo launche their product in Indonesia.
Agnes Monica Muljoto known by her stage name Agnez Mo, is an Indonesian singer-songwriter and actress. Born in Jakarta, she started her career in the entertainment industry at the age of six as a child singer. She has recorded three children’s albums and became a presenter of several children’s television programs. In 2003, Mo released her first adult album entitled And the Story Goes, which catapulted her name back in the Indonesian music industry. Mo’s success in homeland encouraged her to set a target to get a career in the international music scene. On the second album released in 2005, Whaddup A.. ‘?!, she collaborated with American singer Keith Martin. Mo also took part in two Taiwanese drama series, The Hospital and Romance In The White House.
Indonesia is a vast equatorial archipelago of 17,000 islands extending 5,150 kilometers (3,200 miles) east to west, between the Indian and Pacific Oceans in Southeast Asia. The largest islands are Sumatra, Java, Kalimantan (Indonesian Borneo), Sulawesi, and the Indonesian part of New Guinea (known as Papua or Irian Jaya). Islands are mountainous with dense rain forests, and some have active volcanoes. Most of the smaller islands belong to larger groups, like the Moluccas (Spice Islands).
Indonesia, the world’s fourth most populous nation. Indonesians are separated by seas and clustered on islands. The largest cluster is on Java, with some 130 million inhabitants (60 percent of the country’s population) on an island the size of New York State. Sumatra, much larger than Java, has less than a third of its people. Ethnically the country is highly diverse, with over 580 languages and dialects—but only 13 have more than one million speakers.
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