The New Prime Minister of Wuxi China Expatdom has become a world sensation, especially among World leaders. Many say that since seeing Mango, they can think of nothing else. They wonder if he is man or woman; god or goddess; Latino, Asian, African or All of the above; and young, old, wise, clever, or just plain winsome.
Kim Il Jung, North Korea’s glorious leader, has said that he will pay a visit to the Wuxi China Expatdom to see Mango — the furthest foray that the dear leader will have made into the outside world.
Barack Obama, president of the United States, says he finds the election of the WCE Prime Minister to be intriguing, and that he can’t concentrate on his job.
Kevin Rudd, in perfect Mandarin Chinese, said he would like to meet the new WCE Prime Minister in person.
President for Life of Turkmenistan Gurbanguly Berdymukhamedov has cancelled the visit of Gorzo the Mighty to his country and has said that he will instead pay the Wuxi China Expatdom a visit so he can see "the voluptuous Mango."
Bill Clinton, former president of the United States, says he would like to invite Mango out for some drinks and dancing.
Fred Minkleman, owner of Gambay’s Pub in the 1912 Bar District of Wuxi, is cashing in on Mango fever. He says that he has already received an order of 100,000 Mango bobble-head dolls from the United States Department of Defense.
Mango will be sworn in as Wuxi China Expatdom Prime Minister this Friday.