Jack Ma, founder of Chinese giant Alibaba, made his first live appearance in a video conference on Wednesday after being out of public view since October last year. Amidst heavy criticism of the Chinese government around the world over Ma’s disappearance, China’s official newspaper Global Times News shared a video of him saying, “We will meet again when the coronavirus is gone”. Apparently, the billionaire addressed rural teachers at an annual event on Wednesday through video conferencing. In the program to be broadcast online, Ma discussed about philanthropy. However, the Alibaba founder did not mention his current location during live streaming.