The Daily Populous

Monday May 1st, 2023 evening edition

image for Jack Ma, the billionaire co-founder of Alibaba who disappeared from public life in 2020, has taken up a teaching role in Japan

Alibaba co-founder Jack Ma has joined Tokyo College, which is run by the University of Tokyo.

A former English teacher, Ma has been lying low for two years after he angered regulators in China.

Alibaba co-founder Jack Ma has taken up a teaching position in Japan, one of the first public roles he has assumed since disappearing from the spotlight in 2020.

In his new role, Ma is expected to conduct research on sustainable agriculture and food production, Tokyo College said in an announcement on Monday.

It marks the 58-year-old's return to teaching after his retirement from Alibaba in September 2019.

Ma said in May 2019 that he would go back to teaching after retiring from Alibaba in September of the same year.

In November 2022, Ma was spotted in Japan where he socialized mainly within several private members clubs, per the Financial Times. »

Darkest Dungeon 2 Dev Talks About Gameplay, Sales, Mods and More

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With such popularity and success, it was only natural that we get a second Darkest Dungeon game.

Darkest Dungeon 2, though in development since 2018, went into early access in October, 2021.

Can you share with us the number of sales you guys have achieved for Darkest Dungeon so far and what is your forecast for Darkest Dungeon 2?. »

Concertgoer lets out a ‘loud full body orgasm’ while L.A. Phil plays Tchaikovsky’s 5th

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Multiple people who attended the L.A. Phil concert on Friday reported hearing a woman making a moaning noise during the symphony’s second movement.

One attendee, composer and music producer Magnus Fiennes, described the sound on Twitter as that of a person having a “loud and full body orgasm.”.

Attendees who spoke to The Times said that the clip was similar to what they’d heard. »

Greg Abbott Criticized for Response to Texas Shooting: 'A New Low'

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Texas Gov. Greg Abbott has been criticized for his response to a mass shooting that left five people dead in his state.

I continue working with state & local officials to ensure all available resources are deployed to respond. — Greg Abbott (@GregAbbott_TX) April 30, 2023.

Above, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott speaks at a news conference on October 17 in Beaumont, Texas. »