Paris Hilton To Attend East Asian Leaders' Summit

Written by George C Looney

Sunday, 13 November 2011

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Paris plans to open a 5 star resort

(Yangon) - Paris Hilton has been invited to attend a series of East Asian leaders' meetings in Bali, Indonesia next week, Siri the quirky iPhone personal assistant announced this weekend.

Paris who is in Bali to open a new handbag shop is understood to have to have received the invites automatically after a yet to be named East Asian leader was jokingly using their Siri personal assistant on iPhone 4S to schedule Paris into the meetings. Apparently there was some interference in the iCloud and Paris is now being invited as a member.

Paris who is known for her love of animals and exotic sports cars has just signed a deal with Subaru / Toyota; to market their new BRZ / FT-86; which is being locally assembled in Yangon / Rangoon; Myanmar / Burma; for the Chinese / ASEAN market.

The hotel heiress is expected to visit Myanmar during December after US Secretary of State Hilary Clinton completes her visit to Burma. Paris and her sister Nicky Hilton are rumored to be awaiting the US lifting economic sanctions so they can fo ahead with their planned 5 star "P&N Hilton" franchise resort at Ngwe Saung Beach 5hrs drive from Yangon.

After being released from house arrest in 2007 Paris said "I want to visit more countries where poverty and children's issues are a big concern," she says. "I know there's a lot of good I can do just by getting involved and bringing attention to these issues." Since then she has been a key figure in negotiations to bring democracy and improved human rights to the South East Asian nation of Myanmar.

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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