(ET, Wednesday, May 31, 2017) – Mark Zuckerberg helped to create a whole new world when he unveiled Facebook in 2004. Barely 20 years old, the fresh faced college student knew he had something special with his technological find. But even this genius had no way to predict how Facebook would change the world.
As, much as “Mark Zuckerberg” has become a household name for the astronomical success of Facebook launched just 17 years ago, his wife is far from a public figure. In 2012, Mark married Priscilla Chan in the back yard of their $7 million estate. At the young age of 32, this billionaire power couple has been hiding a family secret no one was prepared for! With rumors flying about Mark’s potential departure from Facebook, the real shocker is behind his wife, Priscilla.
She is half of one of the world’s biggest power couples, yet little is known about the first lady of Facebook, Priscilla Chan. The woman who captured the heart of the social network’s billionaire founder and chief executive, Mark Zuckerberg, likes to stay out of the spotlight but her philanthropic efforts are second to none. In our recent interview, Chan shared details about her childhood and what it’s like to be married to the face of Facebook.
“We are a private couple, but with Facebook and the world always watching, we obviously don’t get as much privacy as I would like. She laughed, but our drive as a couple to help others goes way beyond the public eye. Mark’s passion for his work is what really made me fall in love with him! As we have shared his passion for so many years I am ready to help people in a different way with my passion that has been on my heart for a long time!.”
With over 3 billion in donations over the years, Priscilla shared she wanted to help women and her career as a doctor has enabled her access to top of the line ingredients that can truly help change the world in many ways. As much as Priscilla wants to stay out of the public eye, Mark is extremely proud of his wife’s accomplishments as a Harvard grad, teacher, and doctor.
“My wife and I share the passion of bringing the world together. It’s not good enough if it brings along some people and leaves others behind.” Through our donations and research we have developed many products and systems that make it affordable for the average person. We believe everyone should have a chance to join the movement.”
Since marrying Mark in 2012, Chan has discovered a new passion: for eradicating disease and living a healthier lifestyle. A pediatrician who specializes in childhood disease, Chan convinced her husband last year to fund the Chan-Zuckerberg initiative, whose main focus is health and education. The initiative has also cited a long-term goal of working towards eradicating all disease by the end of the 21st century
Zuckerberg wants to focus on helping people
The daughter of Chinese refugees, Chan is a big believer in Traditional Chinese Medicine and holistic health regimes. She believes that western medicine is incomplete, only striving to treat illness, rather than get to its root cause and cure it. Using a combination of traditional healthcare approaches that date back centuries, in conjunction with modern technology and understanding of disease, Chan and Zuckerberg hope to find cures for thousands of disease now plaguing our society.
While working so hard to find the key to unlocking the answers to curing disease in our lifetime, Zuckerberg and Chan discovered something they hadn’t expected: the fountain of youth. While investigating several all-natural holistic remedies for curing skin cancer, Chan stumbled across a new way to care for the skin. While it may not have been the cancer answer she sought, Chan did learn that the ingredients her researchers were using did seem to push back the hands of time, making the skin look younger, smoother and healthier.
Mark and wife Priscilla are embarking on a joint business venture
Enthralled by the discovery, Chan put a team of researchers on the case, seeing how much they could learn about these all-natural ingredients. It took them months, but what they ultimately invented was amazing: creams and lotions that can strip away decades of skin damage, returning the skin to a more youthful state. Those who initially used the cream reported looking 10-15 years younger in less than a month!
Understanding the full implications of their discovery, Chan quickly patented the invention and talked to her husband about funding the new project. Not really interested in the attention putting their names on the product would create, being the private couple they are, Priscilla decided to release her new skin car line without her name or the “Zuckerberg” name endorsement.
So what is this amazing skin care line? You can find it under the name: Nouveau Restor Revitalizing Moisturizer Skin Care. Since its release earlier this year, Nouveau Restor Revitalizing Moisturizer has enjoyed a surge in popularity as celebrities flock to their skin care specialists for the cream.
“It doesn’t matter how old they are, this cream smooth those lines; lightens dark sports; and simply makes your look younger,” said one popular actress. “Who need plastic surgery with this cream?”
With popularity soaring, Nouveau Restor Revitalizing Moisturizer is now releasing two new anti-aging products called Nouveau Restor Revitalizing Moisturizer and Nouveau Restor Ageless Eye Revitalizer. Aimed at woman of all ages, this expansion to the product line is expected to be as big a hit as the original age defying lotion.
CELEBRITIES LOVE Nouveau Restor Revitalizing Moisturizer
“Zuckerberg is a genius! He changed the world with Facebook and now he’s changing the world of skincare. Since discovering Nouveau Restor Revitalizing Moisturizer I don’t use any other brands anymore, Nouveau Restor Revitalizing Moisturizer is far superior to all other anti-aging creams on the market.” – Katy Perry
“With a busy lifestyle I noticed signs of premature aging starting to creep onto my skin. I was meeting with Mark and casually mentioned my troubled skin when he told me was creating a skincare line. I’ve been using it for a few weeks now and my skin is already 100x better.” – Selena Gomez
“I met Mark during an interview and afterwards he secretly divulged his plans to create a skincare line with Priscilla. Of course I was interested and as a result he ended up sending me a few trials right before they launched. The Nouveau Restor Revitalizing Moisturizer cream is hands down the best anti-aging cream I’ve ever used.” – Oprah Winfrey
“Surely you’ve all seen those memes of how much I’ve aged since I started office? Since leaving the office I finally have time to do something about it and thanks to Mark and Priscilla, I’ve found a way. I use Nouveau Restor Revitalizing Moisturizer morning and night!” – Barack Obama
“I had the pleasure of interviewing Prsicilla and afterwards she kindly gave me some trials of their new skincare line to try out. I hate to say it, but I am in love with these creams. Nothing else I’ve used even compares to how effective Nouveau Restor Revitalizing Moisturizer is.” – Savannah Guthrie
ZUCKERBERG GIVES PRODUCTS AWAY FOR FREE!
So, what if you aren’t rich or famous? Chan and Zuckerberg don’t care. After all, they are already worth more than $556 billion.
“We aren’t in this to make a fortune,” Chan told a friend recently. “We already have amassed a fortune. I just want to help people.”
That is why she is now offering readers the opportunity to experience the joys of younger looking skin for FREE!
The only cost to you is a $4.95 shipping and handling fee, so you can try the Nouveau Restor Revitalizing Moisturizer and Nouveau Restor Ageless Eye Revitalizer have it delivered right to your front door. Simply click on the link here for ordering details.
But act fast! Who knows how long the supply will last. With Chan giving away this wonderful new product, it is only a matter of time before the warehouses are empty. Click now to order!
An antisemitic flyer found on the University of Houston campus on Tuesday. Photo: Michael Leone / Facebook
Dozens of flyers and stickers promoting neo-Nazi propaganda were found at the University of Houston (UH) this week, the latest incident associated with an increase in white supremacist activity on campuses nationwide.
The flyers, found on bulletin boards, walls, trash bins, and lamp posts at the university’s main campus on Tuesday, included phrases such as, “Beware the International Jew” and “Imagine a Muslim-Free America,” according to a statement shared online by UH’s chapter of the Young Communist League (YCL).
IDF soldiers make a blessing on the traditional Jewish custom of apple and honey to welcome Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year. (ChameleonsEye / Shutterstock.com)
The International Fellowship of Christians and Jews (The Fellowship) and Friends of the Israel Defense Forces (FIDF) said they will provide $1.5 million in annual Rosh Hashanah “Fellowship Gift Cards” to 12,000 IDF soldiers marking the upcoming Jewish New Year.
The initiative, coordinated in collaboration with the Association for the Wellbeing of Israel’s Soldiers and the LIBI Fund, will provide more than 10,000 lone soldiers and soldiers $140 gift cards. Another 2,200 soldiers will receive gift cards worth $100.
The cards “will allow the soldiers to celebrate the New Year without the burden of financial stress,” the organizations said in a statement Wednesday.
Gaza-based terror group says it will agree to Palestinian Authority conditions on forming joint government and holding elections
Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh, center, and spokesman Fawzi Barhoum attend a protest in Gaza City on July 22, 2017, against new Israeli security measures implemented at the holy site, which include metal detectors and cameras, following an attack that killed two Israeli policemen the previous week. (AFP/Mohammed Abed)
For the past week or so, Iranian official media and social networks have been abuzz with anecdotes woven around a football match in Tehran between Iran and Syria and the light it might shed on a complicated relationship.
According to most accounts, a group of Syrians flown in by special charter to cheer their national squad in its bid for a place in the World Cup in Moscow staged an anti-Iran demonstration in the stadium. The Syrian contingent included young ladies who refused to wear the Iranian-style hijab.
Their presence in the stadium highlighted the fact that no Iranian woman is allowed to attend a football match after a fatwa by the “Supreme Guide” that women watching young men running around with bare legs might cause “undue excitement”
An Orthodox man passes a British guard in London, UK. (drserg / Shutterstock.com)
A new in-depth survey conducted by the U.K.-based Institute for Jewish Policy Research (JPR) found that around 30 percent of the British public hold at least one anti-Semitic viewpoint.
The report noted, however, that most of the 30 percent polled also held some positive views about Jews.
Further, around 15 percent of the British public indicated they agreed with two or more anti-Semitic views presented to them, while two percent of British adults polled were found to be “hard-core” anti-Semites.
The survey was conducted by JPR senior research fellow Dr. Daniel Staetsky using face-to-face interviews and online polls.
That’s followed by the sounds of the terrorists assaulting a passenger.
“Please don’t hurt me,” he pleads. “Oh God.”
As the passengers rush the cabin, a Muslim terrorist proclaims, “In the name of Allah.”
As New York firefighters struggle up the South Tower with 100 pounds of equipment on their backs trying to save lives until the very last moment, the Flight 93 passengers push toward the cockpit. The Islamic hijackers call out, “Allahu Akbar.”.
The autumn of 2015 was unusual in almost every way on the north Aegean Greek island of Lesbos from which I am writing. There were tens of thousands of illegal migrants on the island, the native population of which was scarcely 100,000. New refugees arrived every day by the thousands.
One evening, the blue-gray sky grumbled shortly after sunset. The thick clouds blackened and rain poured down over the city with a roar. As I ran across the slippery pavement into a friend’s bar, I heard a group of five poor souls speaking Persian with a Turkic accent and running amok, seeking shelter under the eaves of a building.
While the criminal investigation is closing in on one associate after another, one advisor after another, in one of the most serious affairs in the State of Israel’s history, and perhaps the most serious affair, I find it hard to believe that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was driven by greed when he advanced the submarine deal.
There are doubts. There are associates being questioned one after the other. There are state’s witnesses. Nevertheless, Netanyahu likely wasn’t a partner in crime. He didn’t make decisions on the submarines in a bid to make a profit for himself or for his associates. It’s impossible, just impossible.
Regarding the question that forms the title of this article, I truly believe that the answer is “yes.” It is my belief that Christian Zionism is as obvious a sign of the beginning of the redemption of Israel as are the ingathering of millions of Jews to the land of Israel and the existence of the State of Israel itself. But there are many people who don’t share this perspective.
In the Jewish community, there are still many who are wary of Christian friendship and support. Many Jews are suspicious of an ulterior motive to convert Jews to Christianity that they fear underlies this political partnership.
Last weekend, the world experienced a petrifying “wake up call” when Pyongyang test launched a hydrogen bomb. According to Yukiya Amano, director of the International Atomic Energy Authority (IAEA), Sunday’s test represents “a new dimension to the threat.” Added Amano, “I think the North Korean threat is a global one now.
In the past, people thought it was a regional one, but that is no longer the case.”
Since 1994, when North Korea decided to pull out of the Nonproliferation Treaty (NPT), there has been a huge history of attempts to chain the North Korean nuclear beast, including efforts for military cooperation, sanctions and, of course, negotiations.