Mark Zuckerberg visited Borobudur Temple
|Posted by Eko Prasetyo on Sun Oct 12, 2014|
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Founder and CEO of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg this morning visited tourist area of Borobudur Temple in Magelang regency, Central Java, Indonesia. Tomorrow, Mark will continue his visit to Jakarta to meet with developers in Indonesia.
In his official Facebook account, upload photos Mark was sitting relaxed at Borobudur. Mark seems're enjoying the view of the sunrise over the temple.
In a Facebook post this morning, Saturday (10/12/2014), Mark wrote that he had just arrived in Indonesia and Borobudur temple climb to see the sunrise. He also wrote that he would attend tomorrow Internet.org Developers Workshop in Jakarta and will meet with local developers and operators and was elected president of Indonesia Joko Widodo.
Activity in Jakarta is intended to provide insight and ability in Indonesian application developers in order to use the network efficiently and create applications that are optimized to network conditions in developing countries. Internet.org Developer Workshop is a collaboration between Facebook, Ericsson, and XL Axiata.
Zuckerberg's visit to Indonesia is a series of activities after he visited India. In India, Zuckerberg met Telecom Minister Ravi Shankar. According to Indiatimes, this meeting to discuss the use of alternative technologies to expand Internet access.
"There are about 2.7 billion people (in the world) who have internet access, but it is only one-third of all human beings. Nearly 4.5 billion people do not use the Internet," Zuckerberg commented at the time.
In Indonesia alone, users of social networking Facebook according to Head of Indonesia are currently about 69 million.
Last changed: Sun Mar 08, 2015 at 4:21 pm