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Jack Ma: 'Small Is Beautiful, Small Is Powerful'

NEW YORK, October 16, 2014 — Alibaba founder and CEO Jack Ma accepts his Asia Game Changer of the Year award from Asia Society in a ceremony at the United Nations. Ma recounts his company's rise from modest beginnings and concludes with the homily, "Keep your dream alive because it might come true one day." (7 min., 36 sec.)

Photos: Asia Society Honors Jack Ma, Other 'Asia Game Changers' at United Nations
Asia Society 2014 Asia Game Changer Awards (official website)


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