‘Fake’ Steve Jobs advice book made in China – TechEye
Web of deceit led to egg on Taiwan’s face.
As readers around the world know by now, Asians are in love with Steve Jobs, the real one and the fake one, as they’lll eat up anything with “Steve Jobs” in the title.
Recently, the Taiwanese had the wool pulled over their eyes by some low-lying “translators” in Communist China who put out a fake advice book by Jobs – for teenagers in China!
The Beijing-published book was titled “Steve Paul Jobs’s Eleven Pieces of Advice for Young People Today” and it was written by the long-dead American composer “John Cage.”
Of course, it was never penned by Steven Paul Jobs or John Cage, and merely took past speeches by Jobs and turned them into eleven lessons for teenagers in China.
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