„Young people will have the seeds you bury in their minds and when they grow up they will change the world.“

—  Jack Ma

"5 Life Lessons From Alibaba Founder Jack Ma" http://time.com/3423708/5-life-lessons-jack-ma-alibaba/, Time (Sept. 23, 2014)

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