A�scar Andres Nchaso Bekari soon to publish

A�scar A. Nchaso Bekari has completed the work on his first book, which is now on sale at 4,200 points of sale in Spain, and through all internet portals. The book, which will arrive in our country on 23rd March, coincides with its presentation in Spain and Switzerland on 23rd and 25th. The official release and the signing of books will take place at the ICEF in Malabo, on 18th April. The second volume, Dreams II, is nor in progress, according to the author.

Nchaso Bekari has a degree in International Economics and Commerce and English from the Technological University of Dalian (China), with a masters in Administration, management and Company Organisation from the Camilo Jose Cela University. He also works as a consultant in the development of companies and in business intermediation. Furthermore, his is a translator in several languages, including Chinese, English, French, Russian and Spanish. Nchaso Bekari is also a motivational speaker and provides coaching and self-esteem skills coaching as the key to personal and group performance. He has worked directly as a consultant to the United Nations Programme, in the office of the then Resident Coordinator, in the area of UNDP Development Programmes. A natural entrepreneur, he is also an artist, composer, songwriter, poet, thinker and writer.

In relation to his book, Nchaso Bekari has surprised us with a story that leaves no one indifferent. “Dreams, el tablero de los sueAos” (ISAROIS) asks us to reflect on topics as deep as Einstein’s theory of relativity or that of the folding of time, by Jean Pierre Garnier. In his dizzying pages he combines various mathematicians, controlled by their dreams, and subjected to our essence, in all its forms.

Through successive dreams, TyassAl, the main character in the story, discovers a mysterious room where a game takes place between good and bad for control of the universe. The book, which connects everything together through the words of the author, helps to develop active listening in our surroundings in order to manage uncertainty, and thus be able to distinguish with skill between the possible and the probable, in order to choose the best option.

Source: Equatorial Guinea Press and Information Office

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