China’s richest man urges newlywed staff to ‘have sex marathons every day’ at mass wedding of hundreds of workers at his Alibaba HQ

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CHINA’s richest man has urged his newlywed staff to “have sex marathons every day” at a mass wedding of hundreds of workers at his Alibaba headquarters.

Jack Ma, 54, founder and chairman of online marketplace Alibaba, received backlash for telling his employees to engage in sexual acts six times in six days.

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Ma said he and some employees regularly worked long hours[/caption]

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Ma received backlash for telling his employees to engage in sexual acts six times in six days[/caption]

Ma was speaking at Alibaba’s mass wedding which takes place every year on “Ali Day” on May 10 in Hangzhou, east China.

He said: “At work, we emphasise the spirit of 996. In life, we should follow 669.”

The tycoon defended the infamous “996” work week, which Chinese tech workers have protested against.

“996” means 9am to 9pm, six days a week.

What is 669? Six days, six times, with duration being the key


Jack Ma, Alibaba founder

Last month, Ma called the long hours a “huge blessing”.

He added: “What is 669? Six days, six times, with duration being the key.”

The quote was posted to Alibaba’s official page on Weibo with a winking emoji, which received a lot of backlash and sparked controversy.

As the officiant at the ceremony, the 54-year-old founder also urged the new couples to procreate, calling children a better investment that property.

Ma continued: “The first KPI of marriage is to have results. There must be products. What is the product? Have children.


“Marriage is not for the purpose of accumulating wealth, not for buying a house, not for buying a car, but for having a child together.”

Ma, a former English teacher who co-founded Alibaba in 1999, said he and some employees regularly worked long hours.

Alibaba is a manufacturing site, similar to that of Amazon, which sells products that range from e-commerce, retail, internet and technology and fashion.

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The tycoon also defended the infamous ‘996’ work week, which Chinese tech workers have protested against[/caption]

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Ma was speaking at Alibaba’s mass wedding which takes place every year on ‘Ali Day’ on May 10 in Hangzhou, east China[/caption]

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Ma also urged the new couples to procreate, calling children a better investment that property[/caption]


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