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Zuckerberg’s 10/10 To Japanese McDonald’s

| Updated: February 27, 2024 17:35

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg gave full marks to a fastfood joint in Japan capital Tokyo, where he was seen relishing a burger.

In a social media post, the world’s fourth-richest person is seen eating McDonald’s, with the photo captioned : “Japanese McDonald’s: 10/10. Give these guys a Michelin star.”

The 39-year-old was in Japan with his wife Priscilla Chan for a trip mixing pleasure — including skiing and making Japanese swords — and business.

Seen on Zuckerberg’s packed tray were popular Japanese menu items including a shrimp-patty burger, a teriyaki chicken burger, edamame bean salad and bite-sized churros — along with the more usual chicken nuggets and fries.

After reportedly meeting with Facebook developers in Tokyo on Monday and Tuesday, Zuckerberg was set to travel to South Korea and then India for the wedding of Anant Ambani.

In Seoul Zuckerberg is expected to hold meetings with President Yoon Suk Yeol and leaders of tech titans Samsung and LG, according to South Korean media.
He will also meet the CEO of LG Electronics to discuss the development of a mixed-reality headset to compete with Apple’s Vision Pro, the Korea Economic Daily reported.

Meta, Google and others have invested billions of dollars in Reliance’s digital unit Jio Platforms as it seeks to take on Amazon and Walmart in India’s vast e-commerce market.

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