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Mark Zuckerberg addressed to students of Beijing’s Tsinghua University in Mandarin

Mark Zuckerberg gave a 20-minute speech in Mandarin, sharing his business experience with the students at Beijing's Tsinghua University this week
Mark Zuckerberg addressed to students of Beijing's Tsinghua University in Mandarin

Zuckerberg posted the video on his Facebook page and it has already been viewed more than 1.8 million times. During his remarks, he highlighted three key pieces of business advice: Stay true to your vision, care more than anyone else and fight to stay relevant and ahead of the game, Joinfo.ua reports with the reference to Mashable.

The Facebook founder is on the board of Tsinghua’s School of Economics and Management. “This is a great center of innovation and many of the students here will become global leaders in technology, business and government. It’s an honor to have the opportunity to help this university and talk with its students”, – said Zuckerberg in his post.

“The most important thing in our life is people, when we can share and connect the life gets better,” – said Zuckerberg. – “We built a stronger society, when people learn more. We do business better when we can communicate with our customers”.

When advising students to remember that the more you learn, the more you find needs to be done, he even quoted Alibaba founder and Chinese business leader Jack Ma: “Compared to 15 years ago we’re big. Compared to 15 years from now, we’re still a baby.”

Mark Zuckerberg told the students, that when he was just a student and started Facebook with his friends, they had no resources. “We were just students,” – he said. “You should believe in your mission. Don’t ask “how” to do it, ask “why”.  Solve the important problems. Don’t give up, always look ahead.”

He also said that it is the important to believe in your idea and not leave your path.

It should be recalled that earlier Facebook and  Eutelsat Communications announced that they are partnering on a new initiative to bring free Internet to people across the African continent. Now the companies jointly use satellite technologies to get more people online.