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Facebook Founder Zuckerberg travels to China, learns Mandarin

(2010-12-21 13:51:10)
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Facebook Founder Zuckerberg travels to China, learns Mandarin
Facebook <wbr>Founder <wbr>Zuckerberg <wbr>travels <wbr>to <wbr>China, <wbr>learns <wbr>Mandarin
In this TMZ-ish post, we report that Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has been spotted in China touring the headquarters of Baidu, it's largest search engine. Pictures included!
Facebook has somewhere between 550 million and 600 million users, but Mark Zuckerberg is seeing red. The social networking CEO is visiting China, one of the largest countries where Facebook has no presence.Shanghaiist reports that Time’s Person of the Year toured the headquarters of China’s largest search engine, Baidu. The woman you see on the right is Priscilla Chan, his girlfriend.

Zuckerberg’s interest in China is known. “How can you connect the whole world if you leave out 1.6 billion people?” he asked in October. China is one of the fastest growing markets in the world for, well, just about everything. Baidu has 300 million users and is an essential ally if he ever hopes to run China’s top social network. Currently, Facebook is banned in China, along with many other social sites like Twitter and YouTube.

The biggest hurdle to Facebook operating in China will likely be the willingness of Zuckerberg to cater to the Chinese government and censor its Website. Google had a big tussle with China last year after the Chinese Gov’t demanded it censor its search results and covertly tried to hack its systems.

Still, it’s not all business for Zuckerberg. According to Gawker, he has been learning Mandarin for some time and plans to visit a Tibetan temple in Beijing today with Chan. Hopefully he’ll have some fun while he’s there.

How long until China caves and lets Facebook into its walled garden Internet? Can a social network like Facebook really operate under extreme censorship?

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