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Tarek 779 x 483 zh


当我想起塔瑞克时,我想他是极具幽默感的。每当我们交谈时,他总在最后叫我"老板"。但他和我都深知,在他的专业领域内,我曾经并将永远是他的晚辈。在巴塞罗那时,我们一起会见了阿拉伯联合酋长国 (UAE) 的通讯部长。这个主题事务具有一定敏感性,我必须严格遵从塔瑞克的指示。会议结束后,这位部长看着我说:"你知道,在我所在的地区,塔瑞克的名声可比 ICANN 的名声大多了,如果不是为了他,我是不会坐在这儿的。"他顿了顿,看着塔瑞克,开始说起了阿拉伯语。之后,我了解到,他夸赞塔瑞克给了我良好的指导。他说得很对——塔瑞克具有让大家求同存异、团结共进的独特能力。我想,这是因为他有一颗仁善之心。因此,他会永远活在我的心中。



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