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扎克伯格迎女兒誕生‧臉書99%股權捐作公益

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发表于 2015-12-5 12:59 | 显示全部楼层 |阅读模式
最近相信大家在报章或网上看到了扎克伯格为了迎接女兒誕生‧宣布臉書99%股權捐作公益的新闻,个人觉得这对夫妇真的很伟大,希望更多人可以加入行列,让我们世界有更美好的未来。

扎克伯格迎女兒誕生‧臉書99%股權捐作公益

(美國‧洛杉磯2日綜合訊)全球最大社交網站臉書創辦人兼總執行長馬克‧扎克伯格(Mark Zuckerberg)與妻子普莉希亞‧陳(Priscilla Chen)宣佈他們的女兒已於感恩節出世了,同時將市值約450億美元的臉書99%股權捐獻給他們將成立的新慈善機構。

扎克伯格是於1日下午透過臉書貼文宣佈以上消息,并為出生時約7磅重的寶貝女兒取名為麥可絲(Max),同時也感謝外界在妻子懷孕期間給予的愛和支持。

他說,女兒的誕生,給他們夫妻倆帶來未來的希望,爲了孩子與全球的下一代的未來,所以決定將目前市值約450億美元的臉書99%股權捐獻出來,并成立一個基金會做慈善公益。

除此,他在給女兒寫的一封信中透露,他愛他的女兒,有責任為她創造一個更美好的未來,成立有關基金會宗旨是為了給孩子的未來,建立一個能“激發人類潛能、減少疾病和平等”的美好世界。

他說,“我們希望你的生活充滿你給予我們的愛、希望和喜樂,我們迫不及待希望看到妳帶來這個世界的貢獻。”

臉書首席營運長雪莉桑德柏格(Sheryl Sandberg)也在貼文下留言,“這是一封美麗的信,同時爲了我們的後代作了一個難以想像的承諾。”
據知,扎克伯格在宣布此事時表示,他已告知公司將在往後三年,每年出售或捐贈多達10億美元股票。

另外,扎克伯格雖然捐獻了99%臉書股權,但未來他依然維持表決控制權。


他在給女兒寫的一封信中透露,他愛他的女兒,有責任為她創造一個更美好的未來,成立有關基金會宗旨是為了給孩子的未來,建立一個能“激發人類潛能、減少疾病和平等”的美好世界。

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 楼主| 发表于 2015-12-5 13:04 | 显示全部楼层
扎克伯格喜獲千金‧捐九成身家行善

(美國‧舊金山2日訊)“臉書”教主扎克伯格當爹了!扎克伯格週二宣佈喜獲千金,並在臉書上給女兒寫公開信,宣佈他和華裔妻子普莉希拉‧陳將捐出自己持有的99%臉書股票,相當於450億美元(約1千901億令吉)做慈善,以為女兒和所有孩子創造一個快樂和健康的世界。

扎克伯格於大馬時間週三早上5時透露,31歲醫生妻子普莉希拉‧陳誕下一名女兒,全名為馬克西馬(Maxima Chan Zuckerberg),縮寫為馬克西(Max)。兩人未有透露女兒出生日期,只稱上週出世,重7磅8安士,兩夫婦歡迎女兒來到這個世界。

“致女兒的信”長2220字

扎克伯格夫婦寫了一封長2千220字“給女兒的信”,信的開頭告訴馬克西:“你媽媽和我還不知道要如何形容,你為我們的未來帶來多少希望”。
信中說:“我們祝福你的生命,充滿和你所帶給我們一樣的愛、希望和喜悅。我們迫不及待地想看看你帶給這個世界的東西”。
信中續指,世界上的健康問題開始改善、貧窮減少、知識亦不斷提昇,但他希望能繼續做得更多,並不單單是愛馬克西,而是認為眾生皆平等,亦有義務去令下一代的兒童活得更好。

成立慈善計劃
增進人類潛能


兩夫婦同時宣佈,在有生之年,計劃捐出兩人持有臉書的99%股份,估計市值約450億美元,來成立一項稱為“陳―扎克伯格倡議”的慈善計劃,目標“增進人類潛能,並為下一個世代的所有孩童爭取平等”。

這個慈善計劃首先將聚焦個人化學習、疾病治療、人際連結並打造強而有力的社群。

扎克伯格夫婦今年10月也披露在矽谷的一個貧苦城鎮開辦一間私人小學計劃,結合教育與保健。

這封給女兒的信也強調扎克伯格夫妻檔的堅實信念:科技在推動人類潛能和平等上,扮演至關重要角色。

扎克伯格在信中告訴女兒:“在你的世代中,許多最好的契機將來自於網絡連結的普及性,讓每個人都能上網”。
他說,等到自己與妻子休完育嬰假後,將公佈這個慈善計劃的更多細節。

往後3年每年捐42億股票
扎克伯格週二發表聲明表示,他已告知公司須在往後3年,每年出售或捐贈多達10億美元(約42億令吉)股票,並在他可預見的未來,維持表決控制權。

他寫道:“未來很多年,我將繼續擔任臉書首席執行員,但是這些問題已經重要到不能等到我們變老後著手解決。”

依照目前股價,扎克伯格所持的臉書公司股票總值大約450億美元。

臉書週二在一份提交美國證券管理委員會(SEC)的證券文件中稱,扎克伯格持有大約400萬股公司A類普通股以及4.19億股具有特別投票權的股票。這些股票絕大部份將用於扎克伯格的慈善事業。

父母的愛最偉大
要為女兒改變世界


不只有小寶貝改變了扎克伯格夫婦的生活,他們更希望為愛女改善這個世界,因此兩夫婦寫下一封“致女兒的信”,訴說兩人初為父母的感受,以及希望她長大於一個怎樣的世界。

普莉希拉‧陳早前公開自己懷孕的不幸經歷,表示自己曾流產3次,呼吁有同樣經驗的女士勇敢說出來,不要以為是自己的過失。而二人終於迎來掌上明珠馬克西馬,相信夫婦倆心裡也百感交集,所以才洋洋灑灑寫下這封2220字的長信。

扎克伯格夫婦寫道:“跟所有父母一樣,我們希望你在更美好的世界成長……因此我們會盡力實現這目標,原因不但是愛你,更是對下一代負上道德責任。”

扎克伯格寫道:“這是一個我們的世代,可以推進人類潛能及推廣平等--透過治好疾病、學習個人化、利用潔淨能源、將人連繫、建立強壯社區、減少貧窮、提供平等權力,以及在國與國之間傳播諒解。”

普莉希拉‧陳則說,女兒的存在令他們充滿希望:“她啟發我們與其他人攜手合力,創造更美好未來。”

兩夫婦對改變新生代的世界有2大方向:提昇人類潛能(advancing human potential)及促進平等(promoting equality)。前者是令大家感受身為人類的美好,後者希望讓眾人獲得公平對待。

二人的語氣充滿決心:“為達目標,我們需要採取一套全新策略:必須要作長遠投資,時期可能是25、50、甚至100年;必須要令所有人都參與其中;必須建立新科技去作改變;必須參與制定政策;每個界別的領袖也必須投入其中。”

創科技業先例
扎克伯格休2個月陪妻女


較早前,扎克伯格向臉書請假兩個月,將在女兒誕生時放假2個月,以便陪伴太太。坊間認為,教主的做法為美國資訊科技業界開創先例。
事實上由下年起,全球範圍內為臉書工作的全職男女員工,均可以選擇4個月的有薪產假;在美國以外地區的新任父親,視乎當地情況而定,最少可領取4星期待產假;同性父親亦可享有相同待遇。

此外,臉書更會向有需要的父母發放4千美元(約1.7萬令吉)花紅。坊間認為,教主的做法顯示美國資訊科技業界對家庭的重視。

“捐款改變數百萬人”
巴菲特讚扎克伯格


投資大師巴菲特送上祝福,並盛讚扎克伯格的慈善之舉。巴菲特在臉書上寫道:“扎克伯格與普莉希拉.陳破除窠臼,做出這項令人讚嘆的舉動。結合了這種程度的智慧、熱情與資源,將改變數百萬人的人生,我代表未來好幾代的孩子,感謝他們”。

據報道,扎克伯格在臉書上宣佈女兒誕生並捐身家的喜訊,不到半日就吸引逾57萬人讚好,或留言表示祝賀,除了巴菲特,還包括了微軟創辦人蓋茲的妻子梅琳達,以及加州前州長阿諾舒華辛力加等人。

梅琳達亦指出:“你們立下典範,啟發了我們和全世界。”

前紐約市長彭博也在網上發文,對扎克伯格指做出讓他永不後悔的重大決定、以及將讓他流芳百世的改變表示敬意。

他說:“在老年或死後才捐贈的傳統方式已經落伍,也應該是這樣,馬克(扎克伯格)的決定顯示在慈善事業,30為新的70。”扎克伯格現年31歲,彭博則是73歲。
(星洲日報‧國際)


扎克伯格與華裔妻子普莉希拉‧陳經常晒合照秀恩愛。(圖:臉書)

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 楼主| 发表于 2015-12-5 13:09 | 显示全部楼层
给女儿的信 (来源:脸书)

A letter to our daughter
MARK ZUCKERBERG·TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 2015


Dear Max,
Your mother and I don't yet have the words to describe the hope you give us for the future. Your new life is full of promise, and we hope you will be happy and healthy so you can explore it fully. You've already given us a reason to reflect on the world we hope you live in.

Like all parents, we want you to grow up in a world better than ours today.

While headlines often focus on what's wrong, in many ways the world is getting better. Health is improving. Poverty is shrinking. Knowledge is growing. People are connecting. Technological progress in every field means your life should be dramatically better than ours today.

We will do our part to make this happen, not only because we love you, but also because we have a moral responsibility to all children in the next generation.

We believe all lives have equal value, and that includes the many more people who will live in future generations than live today. Our society has an obligation to invest now to improve the lives of all those coming into this world, not just those already here.
But right now, we don't always collectively direct our resources at the biggest opportunities and problems your generation will face.
Consider disease. Today we spend about 50 times more as a society treating people who are sick than we invest in research so you won't get sick in the first place.

Medicine has only been a real science for less than 100 years, and we've already seen complete cures for some diseases and good progress for others. As technology accelerates, we have a real shot at preventing, curing or managing all or most of the rest in the next 100 years.

Today, most people die from five things -- heart disease, cancer, stroke, neurodegenerative and infectious diseases -- and we can make faster progress on these and other problems.

Once we recognize that your generation and your children's generation may not have to suffer from disease, we collectively have a responsibility to tilt our investments a bit more towards the future to make this reality. Your mother and I want to do our part.
Curing disease will take time. Over short periods of five or ten years, it may not seem like we're making much of a difference. But over the long term, seeds planted now will grow, and one day, you or your children will see what we can only imagine: a world without suffering from disease.

There are so many opportunities just like this. If society focuses more of its energy on these great challenges, we will leave your generation a much better world.

• • •

Our hopes for your generation focus on two ideas: advancing human potential and promoting equality.

Advancing human potential is about pushing the boundaries on how great a human life can be.

Can you learn and experience 100 times more than we do today?

Can our generation cure disease so you live much longer and healthier lives?

Can we connect the world so you have access to every idea, person and opportunity?

Can we harness more clean energy so you can invent things we can't conceive of today while protecting the environment?

Can we cultivate entrepreneurship so you can build any business and solve any challenge to grow peace and prosperity?

Promoting equality is about making sure everyone has access to these opportunities -- regardless of the nation, families or circumstances they are born into.

Our society must do this not only for justice or charity, but for the greatness of human progress.

Today we are robbed of the potential so many have to offer. The only way to achieve our full potential is to channel the talents, ideas and contributions of every person in the world.

Can our generation eliminate poverty and hunger?

Can we provide everyone with basic healthcare?

Can we build inclusive and welcoming communities?

Can we nurture peaceful and understanding relationships between people of all nations?

Can we truly empower everyone -- women, children, underrepresented minorities, immigrants and the unconnected?
If our generation makes the right investments, the answer to each of these questions can be yes -- and hopefully within your lifetime.

• • •

This mission -- advancing human potential and promoting equality -- will require a new approach for all working towards these goals.

We must make long term investments over 25, 50 or even 100 years. The greatest challenges require very long time horizons and cannot be solved by short term thinking.

We must engage directly with the people we serve. We can't empower people if we don't understand the needs and desires of their communities.

We must build technology to make change. Many institutions invest money in these challenges, but most progress comes from productivity gains through innovation.

We must participate in policy and advocacy to shape debates. Many institutions are unwilling to do this, but progress must be supported by movements to be sustainable.

We must back the strongest and most independent leaders in each field. Partnering with experts is more effective for the mission than trying to lead efforts ourselves.

We must take risks today to learn lessons for tomorrow. We're early in our learning and many things we try won't work, but we'll listen and learn and keep improving.

• • •

Our experience with personalized learning, internet access, and community education and health has shaped our philosophy.

Our generation grew up in classrooms where we all learned the same things at the same pace regardless of our interests or needs.

Your generation will set goals for what you want to become -- like an engineer, health worker, writer or community leader. You'll have technology that understands how you learn best and where you need to focus. You'll advance quickly in subjects that interest you most, and get as much help as you need in your most challenging areas. You'll explore topics that aren't even offered in schools today. Your teachers will also have better tools and data to help you achieve your goals.

Even better, students around the world will be able to use personalized learning tools over the internet, even if they don't live near good schools. Of course it will take more than technology to give everyone a fair start in life, but personalized learning can be one scalable way to give all children a better education and more equal opportunity.

We're starting to build this technology now, and the results are already promising. Not only do students perform better on tests, but they gain the skills and confidence to learn anything they want. And this journey is just beginning. The technology and teaching will rapidly improve every year you're in school.

Your mother and I have both taught students and we've seen what it takes to make this work. It will take working with the strongest leaders in education to help schools around the world adopt personalized learning. It will take engaging with communities, which is why we're starting in our San Francisco Bay Area community. It will take building new technology and trying new ideas. And it will take making mistakes and learning many lessons before achieving these goals.

But once we understand the world we can create for your generation, we have a responsibility as a society to focus our investments on the future to make this reality.

Together, we can do this. And when we do, personalized learning will not only help students in good schools, it will help provide more equal opportunity to anyone with an internet connection.

• • •

Many of the greatest opportunities for your generation will come from giving everyone access to the internet.
People often think of the internet as just for entertainment or communication. But for the majority of people in the world, the internet can be a lifeline.

It provides education if you don't live near a good school. It provides health information on how to avoid diseases or raise healthy children if you don't live near a doctor. It provides financial services if you don't live near a bank. It provides access to jobs and opportunities if you don't live in a good economy.

The internet is so important that for every 10 people who gain internet access, about one person is lifted out of poverty and about one new job is created.

Yet still more than half of the world's population -- more than 4 billion people -- don't have access to the internet.

If our generation connects them, we can lift hundreds of millions of people out of poverty. We can also help hundreds of millions of children get an education and save millions of lives by helping people avoid disease.

This is another long term effort that can be advanced by technology and partnership. It will take inventing new technology to make the internet more affordable and bring access to unconnected areas. It will take partnering with governments, non-profits and companies. It will take engaging with communities to understand what they need. Good people will have different views on the best path forward, and we will try many efforts before we succeed.

But together we can succeed and create a more equal world.

• • •

Technology can't solve problems by itself. Building a better world starts with building strong and healthy communities.

Children have the best opportunities when they can learn. And they learn best when they're healthy.

Health starts early -- with loving family, good nutrition and a safe, stable environment.

Children who face traumatic experiences early in life often develop less healthy minds and bodies. Studies show physical changes in brain development leading to lower cognitive ability.

Your mother is a doctor and educator, and she has seen this firsthand.

If you have an unhealthy childhood, it's difficult to reach your full potential.

If you have to wonder whether you'll have food or rent, or worry about abuse or crime, then it's difficult to reach your full potential.
If you fear you'll go to prison rather than college because of the color of your skin, or that your family will be deported because of your legal status, or that you may be a victim of violence because of your religion, sexual orientation or gender identity, then it's difficult to reach your full potential.

We need institutions that understand these issues are all connected. That's the philosophy of the new type of school your mother is building.

By partnering with schools, health centers, parent groups and local governments, and by ensuring all children are well fed and cared for starting young, we can start to treat these inequities as connected. Only then can we collectively start to give everyone an equal opportunity.

It will take many years to fully develop this model. But it's another example of how advancing human potential and promoting equality are tightly linked. If we want either, we must first build inclusive and healthy communities.

• • •

For your generation to live in a better world, there is so much more our generation can do.

Today your mother and I are committing to spend our lives doing our small part to help solve these challenges. I will continue to serve as Facebook's CEO for many, many years to come, but these issues are too important to wait until you or we are older to begin this work. By starting at a young age, we hope to see compounding benefits throughout our lives.

As you begin the next generation of the Chan Zuckerberg family, we also begin the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative to join people across the world to advance human potential and promote equality for all children in the next generation. Our initial areas of focus will be personalized learning, curing disease, connecting people and building strong communities.

We will give 99% of our Facebook shares -- currently about $45 billion -- during our lives to advance this mission. We know this is a small contribution compared to all the resources and talents of those already working on these issues. But we want to do what we can, working alongside many others.

We'll share more details in the coming months once we settle into our new family rhythm and return from our maternity and paternity leaves. We understand you'll have many questions about why and how we're doing this.

As we become parents and enter this next chapter of our lives, we want to share our deep appreciation for everyone who makes this possible.

We can do this work only because we have a strong global community behind us. Building Facebook has created resources to improve the world for the next generation. Every member of the Facebook community is playing a part in this work.

We can make progress towards these opportunities only by standing on the shoulders of experts -- our mentors, partners and many incredible people whose contributions built these fields.

And we can only focus on serving this community and this mission because we are surrounded by loving family, supportive friends and amazing colleagues. We hope you will have such deep and inspiring relationships in your life too.

Max, we love you and feel a great responsibility to leave the world a better place for you and all children. We wish you a life filled with the same love, hope and joy you give us. We can't wait to see what you bring to this world.

Love,

Mom and Dad

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发表于 2015-12-5 13:46 | 显示全部楼层
我也希望我也有99%facebook 股捐出去。

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我要捐99% facebook股權!  发表于 2015-12-5 13:58
捐你目前擁有的99%給論壇 XD  发表于 2015-12-5 13:51

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发表于 2015-12-5 14:31 | 显示全部楼层
在生的時候做善事比死後別人替你做更有價值~~~

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发表于 2015-12-5 16:25 | 显示全部楼层
伟大的思维.

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