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Giving their daughter a coding class at age two, skipping prom in the name of competition and scheduled catch-up meetings for the couple, Priscilla Chan and Mark Zuckerberg have opened up about life as one America's most powerful tech couple's - and it shows the Zuckerbergs take life very seriously.
Chan, 33, and Zuckerberg, 34, spoke to Quartz about their ambitious joint venture, the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, which focuses on advancing human potential and promoting equal opportunity.
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Since the couple joined forces for CZI, they say it is important to stay organized and set aside time for conversations about business aspects versus family talk time.
'We used to go out to dinner to talk about CZI one night a week,' Zuckerberg says, 'but that felt weird over time, because we also go out on dates. I just think psychologically, you want to have different places. So now we carve off time, like our one-on-ones.'
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'And then when we're at the kitchen table with our kids, it's not like we're not talking about what's going on in our lives—that's weird too, you're not going to turn things off that are important and emotional—but we try not to go through logistics and details and stuff like that.'
And yet, they're like any young parents navigating raising children.
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Zuckerberg thought is was a good idea to teach his daughter Max how to code. But he had to come to the realization that his two-year-old should probably start with some more basic tech skills.
Chan says she actually turns to her children's pediatrician for parenting advice, despite being one herself.
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'I asked our pediatrician, can we talk about work in front of our children,' Chan says.
'We want them to be exposed to...
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