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Ministry of Finance launched e-stamps using KNet devices



Ministry of Finance, with the cooperation of Shared Electronic Banking Company (KNet), launched the service of direct purchase and issuance of e-stamps using KNet devices available to the employees of governmental bodies, instead of the machines that issue paper stamps.This move was based on the keenness of the ministry to improve the quality of the services offered to citizens and residents, and facilitate the possibility of paying the fees of transactions online, and using e-stamps instead of paper stamps. There are many advantages in using the service such as reducing the number of steps for completing the transactions, which require payment of fees by purchasing the stamps, from three to one.The process of payment and issuance of the stamps will be carried out directly within a few minutes using the K-net devices available with the service employees. This will eliminate the need for the visitor to provide cash for buying stamps.-A.T.


Expatriate can fill out the form for renewing residency or obtain a visit permit-MoI



In a step that paves the way for completing the transactions of renewing the expatriates' residency online, which is very close, the Ministry of Interior has developed, through its website, a service that the expatriate or the representative of the company in which he works can fill out the form for renewing residency or obtain a visit permit so that there is no need to accompany the expatriate With paper documents when submitting it to the residence departments in the six governorates of Kuwait, and the new form included filling in all the data and verifying them and then obtaining a receipt to review the residence departments to complete the rest of the procedures related to renewing the residency or obtaining permission to visit.-Al Anba


Ban on shrimp fishing for 7 months from January.



The Chairman of the Board and Director General of the Public Authority for Agriculture and Fish Resources, Sheikh Muhammad Al-Youssef, issued a decision prohibiting Kuwaiti fishing vessels from going out to catch shrimp in international waters for 7 months from the beginning of next January until the end of July 2020, during this time it is prohibited to fish, trade and market local shrimp.The decision also prohibited excursion boats and any boats or ships not authorized to fish, carry or use fishing gear such as nets and cycloid nets equipped for fishing.In its second article, the decision stated that permitting the import of fresh and chilled shrimp through air outlets, and the import of shrimp cultured through land ports only, after obtaining prior permission from the authority in accordance with the conditions and controls in force.-A.T.


Kuwait and Saudi Arabia sign deal to resume joint oil output from Khafji and Wafra fields



Saudi Arabia and Kuwait signed agreements yesterday to resume pumping at two major oilfields in a shared neutral zone shut for five years due to a bilateral disagreement. Kuwaiti Foreign Minister Sheikh Ahmad Nasser Al-Mohammad Al-Sabah and Saudi Minister of Energy Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman Al-Saud inked the deals. Kuwaiti Minister of Oil and Minister of Electricity and Water Khaled Al-Fadhel and the Saudi minister of energy signed a memo of understanding.

Kuwait and Saudi Arabia’s collective histories are dotted with instances of “exemplary cooperation”, Fadhel said during a lavish ceremony held at Wafra Joint Operations later yesterday. Production from the Khafji and Wafra fields will not affect the two countries’ OPEC commitments to reduce oil output, added the minister, expressing hope that resumed production would pay dividends for the Kuwaiti and Saudi economies.

Prince Abdulaziz said talks between his country and Kuwait on the neutral zone in the past few years focused more on “harmony” rather than striking a deal. On the sidelines of the deal’s signing ceremony, the Saudi minister commended the brotherly relationship between HH the Amir of Kuwait Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah and Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz, describing it as a basis of the Kuwaiti-Saudi partnership.

After a meeting with HH the Amir, the Saudi minister affirmed that what links the two countries is greater than borders – history and brotherly ties. He also pointed out that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman played a prominent role in reaching this agreement and the memorandum of understanding. KUNA news agency reported that the two countries also signed an agreement on the demarcation of land and maritime borders in the neutral zone.-KUNA


Juveniles account for 6,364 misdemeanors over the past 21/2 years due to neglect,free time



The index of juvenile crimes in the country rings alarm bells because it foretells that these misdemeanors will turn into a phenomenon and much attention must be paid to this phenomenon because the Ministry of Justice statistics show an increase of 6,000 cases over the past 2-and-a-half years.The Statistics and Research Department of the Ministry of Justice said from Jan 1, 2016 to June 31, 2019, the juveniles account for 6,364 misdemeanors, which were dealt with by the courts, ranging from bloody and violent quarrels, thefts, drugs and recklessness.

Specialists say the most prominent cause is the family disintegration and neglect and the abundant spread of the phenomenon of violence be it in schools or homes because most often than not these juveniles are left with nothing to do in their free time. This is in addition to weak supervision which lead to the rise in juvenile misdemeanors.The weakness of the educational system and the lack of sports institutions which allow young people to engage in unhealthy activities including crime. The weakness of family control and the natural environment shapes the behavior of a juvenile. There are some parents who neglect their children and leave them to take care of themselves which gives the children ample time for unproductive and destructive activities.There are also programs and artistic works that glorify the phenomenon of violence, and make those who commit crimes like model heroes to follow in their footsteps not to mention the absence of religious programs which contribute to rejecting the phenomenon of violence.-A.T.


Indian businessman, Mahesh Savani sponsored 271 Indian orphan girls marriage



Indian businessman, Diamond Crown, Mahesh Savani sponsored 271 Indian girls orphans, for the eighth year in a row, bringing the number of those who married them to 3172 orphans.

The group marriage ceremony lasted for two days, 21 and 22 December 2019, in Surat city, Gujarat state, southern India.Of the 271 orphans, 5 are Muslim women and girls from Nepal, two girls are from Uttar Pradesh state, five are from Maharashtra state, one is from Jharkhand and one is from Odisha.

Mahesh Savani pays for all the expenses of marriage and dowries for the marriage of these orphans, as marriage costs the girl’s family a huge sum of money, and if the girl’s father dies, there is almost no chance for her to marry.Savani started this charitable annual habit in 2010, with the aim of marrying the orphans of his city, Surat. Indeed, in the first year, he began marrying 23 orphans, reaching 271 girls this year, and Savani became attracting girls from all states and communities in India without discrimination. For a total of 3,172 orphans.

Savani stresses that charity works bring the Lord's satisfaction and give him blessing, and that what he does is his social responsibility towards his country and his family.


Consideration to roll out a low cost insurance package for expat families



Expatriates in Kuwait are downcast preparing for the proposed increase in health insurance fee to KD 130 next year at a time when many people should be enthusiastic about the fast-approaching New Year 2020.In this context, acting CEO of the Health Assurance Hospitals Company (Dhaman) Dr Mohammad Al-Qena’e has unveiled a series of pleasant surprises that could overshadow the pessimism already instilled in the minds of expatriates! He dismissed the impression that implementation of the expatriate health insurance policy will take off in January, stressing that extensive plans and final touches to the project are still ongoing.

He anticipated implementation of the new fee will be around the second quarter of next year or early summer. He explained that the company, in collaboration with the Ministry of Health and the Council of Ministers, implements plans and studies to determine obstacles and challenges the expatriates are likely to face during implementation of the new policy, especially families, and “there is a serious consideration to roll out a low cost package for families with more than two children due to the economic implication on their stability in the country”.He noted the first phase of Dhaman hospitals project will involve the construction of 12 health centers and three hospitals, including inauguration of five health centers across the country this year.He stressed a study is underway to engage the services of the private healthcare sector, indicating the company has presented a proposal to the Ministry of Health and Council of Ministers to temporarily use 600 bed spaces in private hospitals for the project until Dhaman hospitals are fully established and equipped, because it will take at least two years to be ready.

He reaffirmed that another proposal is to use all private hospitals as obtainable with the retiree health insurance project “Afia”, which will be linked to payment of the mandatory KD 130 health insurance fee per person. Al-Qena’e reiterated that “value of the health insurance fees will cover all tests, x-rays and surgeries in hospitals. The mechanism of operating the health insurance policy will depend on initial visit of the patient (expatriates) to the Dhaman health centers with the payment of KD 2.5 per visit, and then the patient shall be referred to the hospital without charges in case the situation requires admission”.-A.T.


Visa trading is still flourishing through social media



Despite of efforts made by Public Authority For Manpower to expat workers and combat visa trading, business of buying visas and coming to Kuwait is still a flourishing. Visa trading with low rate of recruitment’s in exchange of buying visa for a huge price under the name of “Free Visa” through fictitious companies visa traders and by providing internal transfers from one sponsor to other for KD 150 has been way of life for some expats and visa traders.The advertisements through Facebook and expats related social media targeting those expats who wish to transfer from one sponsor to another, whether in Govt. projects or in private sectors or Small projects rates vary from KD 500 for one year and KD 750 for two years. The prices rise if expat is granted drivers license ranging from KD 850 and above KD 1000.

These fake companies operate in commercial centers in Hawalli and Khaitan and are open for 2 hours in morning and 2 hours in evening. The advertisements are often seen on social media under various names in name of customer service companies.One of the advertisment targetting hiring of food/home delivery workers was in clear state of violation of laws laid by the Govt. It said that working hours were 8 or 10 or 12 hours a day with 4 hours extra work was permissible by law with salary 800 fills per hour. The advertisement mentioned that the driver who wishes to join the company will be provided with a vehicle or a bike to carry out the tasks assigned to him, with 4 days off per month. It was found that according to a simple calculation, according to the company’s requirements, the worker will not be able to make 249 dinars per month if he works 12 hours per day.-A.T.


New year holidays for four days --officially announced



The Civil Service Bureau announced to all ministries, entities, government bodies and institutions, that Wednesday, 1/1/2020, is considered an official holiday on the occasion of New Year’s Day for 2020, and also On Thursday, 2/1/2020, it is considered a rest day between two holidays.Accordingly, official working hours will resume on Sunday, January 5, 2020. As for other bodies of a special nature, their vacation is determined by taking into account the public interest with the knowledge of the authorities concerned with their affairs.-KUNA


10,000 citations issued this year for lack of paying attention while driving or other distractions



According to the statistics issued by the General Traffic Department of the Ministry of Interior 10,000 citations were issued this year for lack of paying attention while driving or other distractions, until the end of November, which works 30 citations per day on an average.As per the investigations a majority of traffic accidents occur due to lack of attention or preoccupation with other issues while driving, pointing out that the traffic accident may occur within two seconds only, because of the driver’s preoccupation with the mobile phone, or anything else.-A.T.


Cairo University Masters, PhD degrees sold for KD 1,500



Scores of offices have sprung up in the vicinity of the Cairo University which allegedly sell academic certificates to Kuwaitis and other nationalities.During a tour in the area it is discovered that these offices also publish advertisements in the social media to promote their illegal services.A Master’s degree or PhD cost KD 1,500 and that the managers of these offices openly claim they work in coordination with the staff in the Egyptian colleges although this claim has been rubbished by the spokesman of the Egyptian Ministry for Higher Education.-A.T.


Ethics And Governance Are The Pillars Of Sustainable Success

Dr. R. Seetharaman, CEO of Doha Bank was the Chief Guest for the Centenary celebration at the Convocation of National College, Trichy-India on 21st Dec 2019 at the College Venue.

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The Institution over the years has generated many dignitaries like President, Governors and Ministers of India.

Speaking at the Convocation, Dr. R. Seetharaman said, “The Founders of National College conceived the idea of a national institution to promote among its youth the highest and the loftiest ideals which constitute the essence of Indian Culture. True to its name, National College continues to impart cultural values and fulfil its role as one of the premiere nation-building institutions of the country. The college has a vision to offer quality Higher Education to the younger generations, especially from rural India, who are economically and socially backward, to liberate themselves from prejudice, oppression and ignorance and to gain knowledge for their bright future. It ignite the young minds with lofty ideals and inspire them to achieve excellence in the chosen field. It facilitates individual growth of students, with accent on character building, through co-curricular and extra-curricular activities. It encourage the students to take-up research and help them reach global. It provide a congenial atmosphere to study and learn, with infrastructural facilities of highest order.”

Dr. R. Seetharaman spoke on sustainable development. He said “The current realignment of global architecture will support the achievement of one of the Sustainable development goals. Economies need to integrate the principles of sustainable development into their policies and programs and reverse loss of environmental resources. This will also enable such economies to achieve the UN Sustainable development goal of” Ensure environmental sustainability.
Dr. R. Seetharaman gave insight on happiness at work place. He said “Today Youth spend substantive time at work place. A happy environment would motivate them to bring positive changes and improve productivity both in organizations and society at large. Human happiness has large and positive causal effects on productivity. Positive emotions appear to invigorate (gives strength or energy) human beings. The driving force seems to be that happier workers use the time they have more effectively, increasing the pace at which they can work without sacrificing quality. Happiness isn't something leaders impose or force on employees as a top-down program or engagement strategy to squeeze more productivity out of them. It's a mindset that begins with leaders shifting their own beliefs and accepting employees as their greatest asset. When human beings at work are held with the utmost regard, you begin to treat them differently. This shift can happen only by creating an environment that will attract and retain a culture of high performers who feel valued, respected, and encouraged. “

Dr. R. Seetharaman spoke on ethical environment. He said “ Business organizations deserves ethical reasoning; business does not enjoy any special status and morality is as much applicable to it as to anyone else; and rules of ethics and morality are as much intrinsic to business as the rules of economy and free markets. Ethics contribute to long term success and hence youth should inculcate ethics in their lives. For business to operate successfully and in accepted manner these social interactions should provide mutual benefits and for that ethics is one key element that make these interactions mutually fruitful. Profit is no more considered as the sole objective of business. Instead of maximization of shareholders wealth now the focus of business organizations is on stakeholder approach Many large business organizations are involved in socially responsible activities. Environmental issues are now openly discussed by business world. Framework of Corporate Governance has improved considerably. Business ethics is no more considered as an undesirable transgression into the functioning of business organizations. Instead organizations themselves are taking it seriously and now consider it as good for business.”



A snowy Google Doodle on Sunday marked the 2019 Winter Solstice



A snowy Google Doodle on Sunday marked the 2019 Winter Solstice — the shortest day of the year when the Earth is farthest from the Sun. This occurs when one of the Earth’s poles has its maximum tilt away from the Sun.

It happens twice yearly, once in each hemisphere. In the Northern Hemisphere it is the December solstice and in the Southern Hemisphere it is known as June solstice. As per Google blog, Winter 2019 in Northern Hemisphere will begin on Sunday, 22 December and end on Friday, March 20, 2020.

People around the world have celebrated this astronomical milestone for centuries. Across the world, Winter Solstice is celebrated in many ways. For Jews, the winter solstice is called ‘Tekufat Tevet’, which marks the start of winter. The Egyptians celebrated the birth of Horus, the son of Isis (divine mother goddess) for 12 days during mid-winter. In China, the winter solstice is celebrated by families coming together to eat a special meal.The pagans (before Christianity) in Europe celebrated the solstice as the start of winter and was a festive occasion before the snow covered most of the land and forced people to shift indoors.Winter Solstice is also linked to pagan belief of the crone aspect of the triple-goddess principle (Maiden, Mother and Crone). The crone aspect is also connected to the moon waxing and waning cycle. Crone is seen as the old wise woman, who is like the dark night or the deep winter and signifies the death of earth (through the waning of the moon). In Vedic tradition, the northern movement of the earth on the celestial sphere is implicitly acknowledged in the Surya Siddhanta, which outlines the Uttarayana (the period between Makar Sankranti and Karka Sankranti). Hence, Winter Solstice is the first day of Uttarayana.

The famous Yule festival used to be celebrated in pre-Christian Scandinavian lands for 12 days and which later became associated with Christmas as Yule-tide.Winter Solstice influenced human consciousness so much that ancient people built many architectural structures aligned to the phenomenon of Winter Solstice. Stonehenge in England is a product of popular imagination. However, sites such as Glastonbury Tor (England), Chichen Itza (Mexico), Goseck Circle (Germany), Temple of Karnak (Egypt) and Newgrange (England) were created to celebrate Winter Solstice and map the sun’s rays.In Ireland, people gather days before the solstice at Newgrange — a massive gravesite that is more than 5,000 years old. Crowds selected by lottery wait for a chance to see the sunrise light up the ancient passage tomb.

In India, winter solstice took place at 3.53 a.m. on December 22 and will be marked by a host of religious observances and celebrations.At Stonehenge in Wiltshire, England, large crowds gather to celebrate and capture the moment when the sun directly aligns with the famous stones.In China, where they call the Winter Solstice Dongzhi Festival, people enjoy rice balls called tang yuan, which translates to “family reunion”. This treat is said to bring prosperity and unity-something all of us can enjoy on this auspicious day.


Actor Mohanlal underwent a surgery in his right hand at a hospital in Dubai.



Indian actor Mohanlal underwent a surgery in his right hand at a hospital in Dubai.

"I had an issue with my right hand and chose to get the treatment done at Burjeel Hospital for Advanced Surgery in Dubai," the actor said in a statement.  "I thank surgeon Dr Bhuvaneshwar Machani for taking care of my hand with his expertise."Dr Machani also said that Mohanlal has sustained an injury to the hand. "The surgery was successfully undertaken at the VPS Healthcare's Burjeel Hospital for Advanced Surgery, Hand and Upper Limb Unit. We expect him to recover fully soon."Mohanlal has been seen with a bandaged hand for a while now, photos of which had gone viral on social media.


Kuwait Oil Company celebrated the 85th anniversary of establishment



Kuwait Oil Company (KOC) celebrated the 85th anniversary of being granted oil drilling concession right in the country under the agreement signed by the late Amir Sheikh Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah on December 23, 1934. The agreement was the most prominent event in the history of the Kuwait Oil Company, which was then called ‘Kuwait Oil Company Limited’. Some believe that the date of signing of the agreement is the same date of the company’s establishment; however, the company was established in February 1934. It was expected then that the agreement would have contributed to increase the wealth of Kuwait and its international importance through oil exploration concession, but the outbreak of World War II was one of the reasons for the delay in oil exploitation, and with the end of the war, Kuwait had turned from resource-poor desert country into a modern rich state.

Kuwait Oil Company was established in February 1934 in London, with an initial capital of 50,000 pounds with joint ownership and equal shares among all of the Anglo-Persian oil company, now known as British Petroleum (BP) and Gulf Oil Company, currently known as ‘Chevron’. In December 1, 1975, an agreement was signed between the Kuwaiti Government, British Petroleum Ltd (BP Kuwait) and Gulf Oil Company stipulating that as of March 5, 1975, all remaining shares of the two companies including concession rights be transferred to the government Kuwait. The signing ceremony, which was seen as an official reference to shifting KOC to become entirely owned by the government, took place on December 6, 1975 in Kuwait, and then over the past long years, there were many events that constituted milestones in the history of the KOC.

In the era of the late Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Salem Al-Sabah in 1969, the artificial island was launched in addition to its facilities. In 1970, four new collection centers started operation, raising to 25 the total number of gathering centers. After that, late Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Salem in November 1976 laid the foundation stone for the gas project in Al-Ahmadi Port, as well as the docking of the largest oil tanker in February 1977 in the artificial island port of Al-Ahmadi. And one of the important dates to remember in the history of Kuwait Oil Company was the launching of gas project at Ahmadi Port in February 1979 during the reign of the late Amir Sheikh Jaber Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah.During era of His Highness the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, a large number of achievements have been made in the oil sector. The KOC inaugurated the two water injection installations in Al-Muqawa and Burgan in 2007 and 2008. Moreover, the disassociated gas and condensates unit was opened in the north.

Among KOC’s major achievements was the project for renovating the installations, covering 16 gathering units and three gas boosting stations. The company tested maximum production on October 14-18, 2010, reaching up 3.052 million barrels of oil per day — the highest level in the KOC history. Between 2017 and 2018, the company opened the new Al-Ahmadi hospital, embarked on an oil excavation project in the Kuwait Bay and nearby areas, and began to export the first light crude oil shipments. In 2019, KOC signed with Halliburton a deal to excavate for oil in the sea, the first deal of its kind in the history of the company. – KUNA


Minister denied plan to trim down expatriate employees in the private sector to 150,000



Minister of Finance and Acting State Minister for Economic Affairs Mariam Al-Aqeel has denied the report published by a local newspaper about the alleged plan to trim down expatriate employees in the private sector to 150,000 in response of Al-Aqeel to a parliamentary question submitted by MP Muhammad Al-Dallal.Al-Aqeel said the policy adopted by the Public Authority for Manpower (PAM) on increasing the number of Kuwaiti employees in the private sector is based on Supporting National Employees Law number 19/2000.She cited Article Nine of the law which authorizes the Cabinet to specify the percentage of Kuwaiti employees in private establishments, affirming that the Cabinet’s decision is in accordance with the results of a study conducted by the Civil Service Commission (CSC) in this regard. She explained the percentage is updated every two years; indicating the percentage must be based on comprehensive studies on the demands of the market, educational output and results of surveys carried out in collaboration with private institutions.-A.T.


Two new blood banks in Adan and Al-Jahra soon



The Minister of Health, Dr. Basil Al-Sabah announced the opening of two new blood banks in Adan and Al-Jahra soon, noting that there are major blood banks in Jabriya and Jaber Hospital, adding that blood banks have become widespread in every government and private hospital and there is a mini blood bank that accommodates the daily needs of the hospital.Sheikh Dr. Basil Al-Sabah said in a speech yesterday on the sidelines of a celebration in the Martyr’s Park held by the Department of Blood Transfusion Services to inaugurate a blood donation car donated by the Kuwaiti Gulf Oil Company under the slogan “Together we continue life”, that the launch of the new car will increase the blood donation campaigns and will be It has a very positive impact on increasing donation campaigns in the future.He pointed out that the value of the donation amounted to about 320 thousand dinars, and the car includes a mobile medical clinic to check the blood donors, in addition to the modern equipment and technologies that were chosen in line with the latest international standards, pointing out that the car contains a large reception hall, a medical examination room and a donation hall containing 8 donor beds and modern screens to raise awareness, spread and promote the culture of donating blood, in addition to a blood storage room that can hold up to 1,200 blood bags.-Al Anba


500 violating stores closed in Jleeb crackdown



Municipality Director General Ahmad Al-Manfouhi said it is too early to speak about reclaiming Jleeb Al-Shuyoukh, adding that the municipality has closed more than 500 violating stores in the area, adding that there are 1,000 more stores with stickers sealing them as a prelude to permanent closure.Manfouhi, during a field tour held by the government team commissioned to resolve the Jleeb problem in the presence of State Minister for Municipality Affairs Waleed Al-Jassim, said the difference is clear after only one month since the launch of the campaign. He said the municipality is now looking at alternatives to submit to the Council of Ministers. He said three areas will be handed to the manpower authority temporarily until bachelor cities are built.-K.T.


1,500 to 1,700 dinars paid for jobs in Kuwait but were left alone to look for loose jobs



Public Authority for Manpower (PAM) following the death of an Egyptian expatriate who jumped to his death from the tenth floor of a workers’ residence in the Ahmadi Governorate, opened an investigation into the fall and summoned a number of the friends of the deceased, and to its surprise PAM officials discovered each one of them had paid between 1,500 to 1,700 dinars in exchange for jobs in Kuwait but were left alone to look for ‘loose’ jobs. The Criminal Investigation Department was notified by PAM to complete investigations with the workers and officers confirmed that they were lured from their homeland by contracts, which they later discovered were a fake. Investigations conducted with an unidentified general trading and contracting company confirmed the company officials received about $5,000 in exchange for bringing expatriates from their countries and leaving them on the street to fend for themselves without providing them jobs.The Criminal Investigation Department is preparing to refer officials of that company to the Kuwaiti judiciary after accusing the company of human trafficking as a prelude to starting legal procedures against them.-A.T.



8-Year-Old Highest Paid YouTuber, Earns $26 Million In Year




Eight-year-old Ryan Kaji earned $26 million in 2019 on his YouTube channel, making him the highest-paid creator on the platform, according to a list published Wednesday by Forbes magazine.

Kaji, whose real name is Ryan Guan, was already the video platform's highest earner in 2018, with $22 million, according to Forbes.His channel "Ryan's World," launched in 2015 by Ryan's parents, is only three years old but already has 22.9 million subscribers.Initially called "Ryan ToysReview," the channel mostly consisted of "unboxing" videos -- videos of the young star opening boxes of toys and playing with them.Several of the videos have racked up more than one billion views, and the channel has received almost 35 billion views since its creation, according to data from the analytics website Social Blade.

Recently, the channel was renamed after a consumer advocacy organization, Truth in Advertising, filed a complaint with the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) about it.Truth in Advertising accused the channel of not clearly denoting which videos had been sponsored, meaning brands paid for the video to feature their products.The channel has also evolved as Ryan ages, now offering more educational videos in addition to the toys.

In Forbes's ranking, Ryan Kaji surpassed the channel "Dude Perfect," run by a group of friends from Texas who attempt seemingly impossible feats, such as launching basketballs into hoops from the tops of buildings or out of helicopters.Dude Perfect came in second, up from third the year before, having earned $20 million between June 1, 2018 and June 1, 2019.In third place was another child star's channel, that of Russia's Anastasia Radzinskaya. At only five years old, she earned $18 million.Her channels "Like Nastya Vlog" and "Funny Stacy" boast nearly 70 million subscribers in total, with videos in Russian, English and Spanish.


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