Jack Ma, who had been missing for several months, came to light
The former Czech executive and co-founder of the world’s leading online e-commerce company Alibaba has emerged for the first time since October last year.
Jack Ma decided to say goodbye to Alibaba in 2018 and was last seen at a conference in October last year criticizing Chinese government regulators, after which he disappeared.
Now, a video of Jack Ma Yin has been uploaded on social media by Chinese state media, stating that Alibaba, a former chief executive who went from being an English teacher to a business tycoon, has made a statement about teachers in rural areas. Participated online in the Social Welfare Program.
Jack Ma Yun, the English teacher turned entrepreneur and former executive chairman of #Alibaba, showed up at a rural teacher-themed social welfare event via video link on Wed, his first public appearance since Alibaba came under tougher regulatory scrutiny.https://t.co/VXywPHEeyv pic.twitter.com/DKCXhASIhu
— Global Times (@globaltimesnews) January 20, 2021
The video shows Jack Ma saying something in Chinese.