Mark Zuckerberg Tries Making Dumplings For Chinese New Year, Fails Miserably

Mark Zuckerberg Tries Making Dumplings For Chinese New Year, Fails Miserably

January 28, 2017
Dumplings, or “Jiǎozi”, is a Chinese staple dish with over 1,800 years of history. Traditionally they are eaten on Chinese New year’s Eve, which symbolizes wealth. Locals say that the more you eat it, the more money to come in the year ahead.
This year, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg decided to join in on the festivities with his wife Priscilla Chan and make dumplings with her.
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However, he might need a little bit more practice…Can you guess which dumpling is Zuckerberg’s?
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It’s ok Mark, we still love you. You get an “A” for effort and we’re sure you’ll get better with practice. But in all seriousness, do you really need more wealth at this point?! You’ve made more money than literally anyone in the world so far this year!
      Max Chang

      Max Chang Max is a graduate from UCLA with a degree in communications. He spent most of his undergrad in Las Vegas honing his skills at poker and pai gow to pay his tuition and dabbled with a few <a href="">modafinil online</a> marketing positions. He now writes about his adventures and hopes his entrepreneurial ventures will make him a millionaire by age 30.




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