Nguyen Hue Bich (Win Hway Bik), President of Tulao'otupu (Amazon Island)
3 of 3 of a series.
See also Nguyen Hue Bich with a big Tongan muscle woman, also hand-drawn, click here.
From a story that you can read on line or download without charge Amazon Island or Tulao'otupu". Click here
, and that will take you to musclewomen.com. Then scroll down JUST A BIT to where (on most computers) you will find 3 pictures side by side. (NOT the top 3 pictures.) The left picture has a muscle women doing hula, center picture has a slender woman and a muscle women hiking together, and right picture has a couple of big gals and what looks like a bazooka (actually, a shoulder-launch missile launcher).
CLICK ON ANY 3 of those pictures. Then a brief adult warning page, then click on to the story.
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Well here we see President Nguyen Hue Bich begging for money again. Tulao'otupu has no taxes (but a lot of fees for this and that) and financing for the rebuilding of the Tulao'otupu island comes from donations given by the 150,000 or more amazons on the island and from hundreds of thousands more abroad.
Nguyen Hue Bich often appears on the "state-run television" channel to ask for money and discuss things. She actually takes calls like some sort of talk-show host or something. The big amazons of Tulao'otupu adore her and always respond eagerly to her requests for work or money.
Notice the flag. That's her design. She copied the USA flag but changed the star field some. First, she changed the dark blue to a more of a "Pacific blue", then put one large star of dark (jungle) green, bordered by sand-white. The star represents the island of Tulao'otupu itself. Tulao'otupu consists of two ancient volcanoes. Two volcano mountains are next to each other and they are covered by impenetrable jungle. The beaches are sparkling, gleaming white. Tulao'otupu is only 25 miles long by 15 miles at the widest and so has only one state/province which they call "Shasheer." The name "Shasheer" is hardly ever used. Just Tulao'otupu, or, as the thousands of male tourists that visit per week call it, "Amazon Island."
Tulao'otupu has 2 other major television channels and several small ones operated by individuals themselves, using home-made TV broadcaster kits. These fall in the 1/2-watt to 10-watt range. There is no FCC on Tulao'otupu, so anyone who wants can set up a radio or TV station. So far, no conflict in frequencies, because not that many amazons know how to do it. Co-channel interference, when discovered, is usually solved simply by one amazon broadcaster telling the other "you're on my frequency." Since there are plenty of other frequencies, the other, usually the more recent broadcaster, just retunes.
They use standard USA television analog channels, the kind used before HD-TV came to being. They don't have HD-TV. Nor do any other Pacific islands, probably, except maybe for American Samoa. Nguyen Hue Bich's "state run" TV channel is the lowest, channel 2, referred to as TV-Tupu 1.