Lai Lai’s ‘loyal’ followers: Lai has been ‘a true friend’

  • September 30, 2021

Lai Liangying, the man who founded Facebook in 2007 and has been its most visible and vocal supporter, died yesterday aged 74, his family confirmed.

Lai was the only son of an affluent Chinese businessman who ran the Chinese-language website Sina Weibo, which was acquired by Facebook for $1.65bn in 2011.

He was also the father of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg.

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerburg was Mr Lai the last person to see him alive.

The Australian Financial Reviews reports that Lai was born in Beijing in 1949, but moved to Australia as a child to attend university in Melbourne.

His father, Liu Xiangling, was a senior director of China-based technology company Baidu, and his mother, Wu Ling, was an Australian.

Facebook is a global leader in social media.

A former executive at the company is said to have visited Lai once, in 2013, while the site was under construction in the US.

Mr Zuckerberg, who died in 2013 after a battle with Parkinson’s disease, is credited with opening the company to a wide range of users, including teenagers and young people.

Mr Lai left the company in the early 2000s, leaving behind a fortune that was estimated at $2.5bn.

How does it feel to be the fourth man to win a $1 million lottery?

  • September 20, 2021

Posted October 05, 2019 08:00:07For the fourth time in a year, a man has won a $600 million lottery ticket in Florida.

It was reported on Thursday morning that former Florida Panthers forward Jason Richardson was the fifth person to win the $1.5 million lottery jackpot in the state of Florida.

The man who was crowned the winner was former New Jersey Devils player Nicklas Backstrom.

The winner, who has not been identified, was announced by the Florida Lottery on Thursday night, but there is no official announcement yet.

“The luck of the draw is great,” said Florida Lotteries spokesman Michael DeGroote.

“It was a really, really good luck to have that guy on the show, and we really hope it will continue.”

The winning ticket was awarded to Mr Richardson by Florida Lotters President and CEO David Wozniak.

The fourth person to be crowned the Lottery winner is former Calgary Flames player Patrice Bergeron.

He won the jackpot last year for $1,600 million.

“I’m very excited to announce that I have won $600,000 in the 2016 NHL Entry Draft,” Mr Bergeron said on Twitter.

“Congratulations to @Pitman_D_Richardson on winning a $6 million Lottery ticket.”

Mr Richardson was a big-time player in his native Canada for nearly a decade before retiring.

He played three seasons in the NHL for the Calgary Flames and spent four seasons in Chicago.

Mr Richardson also played for the New Jersey Nets in the 2007-08 season.

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Which federal workers should you apply for as a part-time job?

  • July 8, 2021

The Federal Aviation Administration has added a new position to its job listings, adding an aviation-related job for the first time.

The FAA will offer the position for a starting salary of $35,000, which will start in January.

The FAA has been seeking part-timers since the agency began requiring them to take two-year training, as well as completing two years of certification.

They are eligible for up to $30,000 a year in pay, with an additional $1,500 for each additional year of training, the FAA said in a statement.

The agency added the job to its online job listings.

The new position is open until March 30, 2019.