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Beijing's creeping aggression signals a challenge to U.S. presence in the Asian Pacific
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Topic - Manka Bros.
While Disney CEO Bob Iger was chatting with Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg at a major media summit in Idaho this month, Khan Manka Jr. was squiring around the lodge bar looking for a drink.
BELIEVABLE BARON: Khan Manka Jr. is chairman of the world's largest media company, Manka Bros. Studios, but only if you believe its creator, John Perry, a real-world executive at movie studio Warner Bros.