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“669 Philosophy:” China’s richest man encourages everyone to have sex six times in six days

“669 Philosophy:” China’s richest man encourages everyone to have sex six times in six days

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  • Jack Ma suggested to their employees to use the “669” method for maximum productivity in their sex lives
  • Children are the only ones that are real and they are the best investment they could have
  • For him, the purpose of marriage is having babies

China’s richest man Jack Ma and co-founder of an online retail company, Alibaba, encourages his employees to apply the ‘996’ philosophy not only in their jobs but with their personal life, saying people should follow the ‘669’ philosophy.

“996 philosophy” means that employees are expected to work from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., six days a week. During the mass wedding held by the company for its employees on May 10, he also suggested using the “669” as a method for maximum productivity in their sex life. The mass wedding celebration was called ‘Ali Day,’ being the company’s annual ritual.

“At work, we emphasize the spirit of 996. In life, we should follow 669. What is 669? Six days, six times, with the duration being the key,” Ma said.

Ma also said that the KPI (Key Performance Indicator) or long-lasting performance to have babies is having sex six times in six days. For him, the purpose of marriage is having babies.

“Marriage is not for the purpose of accumulating wealth, not for buying a house …but for having a baby together!”

He even said that children are the only ones that are real and they are the best investment they could have.

“Everything could be fake” but at least children are the real deal,” he added.

With his statement, netizens have questioned his true intentions and some even considered it as “lewd” and disgusting.

China implemented the one-child policy but currently, they are worried about the unstoppable dropping rate of their populations that could reach 1.44 billion in 2028. So now, China has relaxed the imposition of the one-child policy and openly encourages having more babies.

Despite the encouragement to their citizens in having more babies, the birth rate continues to decline because couples choose not having babies due to rising real estate prices and access to good education.

But still, the Alibaba founder encouraged his employees to have six times a week of having sex after asking them to work for 12 hours every day.

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PLDT spends P11-B to improve internet speed in the Philippines

PLDT spends P11-B to improve internet speed in the Philippines

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  • PLDT to spend 11B for PH internet improvement
  • Jack Ma takes on slow internet in the Philippines

Finally! An internet provider takes on bigger heights for the betterment of PH internet.

PLDT to spend P11 billion

It’s not even surprising when the Philippines was announced as the country having the slowest internet connection in the world. I mean, who waits a whole day just to download a mid-quality 30-minute video.

Good thing to know, PLDT Inc. is planning to spend over P11 billion in the next two years to fund a ‘modernization plan’ that includes the shift to fiber internet. Through this bold move, over 1.3 million PLDT subscribers will be encouraged to move to Fiber optics cable as they rollout a million Fibr ports across the country covering even the remote areas in the province.

In a report by GMA News Online, PLDT First Vice President and Head of Home Business Marco Borlongan said, “We are leveling up their broadband experience with the migration of our DSL customers to Fibr-fast connectivity.”

Borlongan also mentioned the plan to rollout the fiber-to-the-home network nationwide, teaming up with world-renowned content platforms and providers. This is to solidify the internet connection in the country.

It has always been PLDT’s plan to work out this project, but it’s not until the founder of Alibaba Group Jack Ma shaded the internet in the Philippines. In a forum at De La Salle University, he said that his internet experience in the Philippines was not good.

PLDT then issued a statement saying that their tests showed their service and coverage have improved since the introduction of fiber option.

What do you think guys? Do you think it’s worth it? Share us your thoughts.

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Pres. Obama commends Pinay SALt lamp inventor

Pres. Obama commends Pinay SALt lamp inventor

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US President Barack Obama commended Aisa Mijeno, the Filipina behind Sustainable Alternative Lighting (SALt) lamps, during a forum for the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Summit 2015 on Wednesday, November 18.

Mijeno, an engineer, a Greenpeace member and the founder of SALt Philippines, shared the stage with Obama and Alibaba founder Jack Ma.

PHOTO CREDIT: ABS-CBN News
PHOTO CREDIT: ABS-CBN News

Aiming to “light up the rest of the Philippines sustainably,” the SALt lamp is a sustainable and environment-friendly light source powered by saltwater. The ecologically designed lamp uses just two tablespoons of salt and one glass of tap water to give light for eight hours. It can even charge a mobile phone with a USB port.

It only costs $6 a year to power a SALt lamp.

The project intends to provide a safer, more cost-effective, more sustainable, and  environmentally-friendly lighting options to locations without electricity. It aims to deliver 600 lamps to remote areas in the country.

During the forum, Obama asked Mijeno, “How can the public and private sector help entrepreneurs like you?”

To which the 30-year-old innovator replied, “We’re trying to mass-produce the lamps. We just need someone to fund us to get the project moving.”

Obama then pointed to Ma, founder of the world’s top e-commerce platform, Alibaba.

“What we need is a support system both from the private and the government sector to mentor us, guide us, to help us scale the product or project,” she added.

According to Obama, the government should give tax incentives for producers of clean technology and provide funding for research and development.

Watch the video below.

The SALt lamp is a recipient of various awards and recognitions from organizations in and out of the country.

Featured image credits to YouTube/Viral Online.

 

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This is why a billionaire says life was better when he only earned $12

This is why a billionaire says life was better when he only earned $12

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Jack Ma, billionaire and founding executive of Alibaba, shares his thoughts on being a billionaire. He says it was better when he only earned $ 12 month than earning $ 25 billion a year.

You see, Jack started out as a teacher before he became the genius behind Alibaba. He was earning $ 12 at the time and he says, “It’s the best life I had.”

Jack Ma was a University teacher earning only $12 every month in 1988 Photo Credit: Business Insider
Jack Ma was a University teacher earning only $12 every month in 1988
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Today, Jack Ma is the second richest person in China.

Jack Ma was a university teacher earning $ 12 every month before he founded Alibaba. Photo Credit: Tidal Shares
Today, Jack Ma is the second richest man in China.
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Jack says it’s easy to know where your money will go if you don’t have much of it, but once you become a billionaire, it becomes a great responsibility.

“If you have less than $1 million, you know how to spend the money. (At) $1 billion, that’s not your money…The money I have today is a responsibility. It’s the trust of people on me.”

He also said that spending money at his level now is spending it “on behalf of the society”.

Why Jack thinks being a billionaire is a great pain

Jack said that being rich is good, but when you are the richest, it becomes a great pain.

People say, ‘Well Jack, please, rich people’s good.’ Yeah, it is good, but not that — richest man of the world — of China. It’s a great pain, because when you are the richest person in the world, everyone is surrounding you for money.

He also said that being the richest also limits you of what you really want to do.

“It is a pain. Especially Forbes, I don’t know which magazine said I’m the richest guy of China. This is a great pain. Because I never thought I would be and I don’t want to be. I just want to do the things I want to do.”

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