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Moving! Thailand Shenzhen Chamber of Commerce donates 5000 medical masks to Baiyun District

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Moving! Thailand Shenzhen Chamber of Commerce donates 5000 medical masks to Baiyun District

Issue Time:2020-04-01

Moving! Thailand Shenzhen Chamber of Commerce donates 5000 medical masks to Baiyun District

Since mid-January, pneumonia infected by the new coronavirus has raged in many places in the mother country, and has affected the hearts of thousands of overseas Chinese. In times of crisis, the Shenzhen General Chamber of Commerce in Thailand donated 5,000 medical disposable masks to the Baiyun District through the Guangzhou Red Cross and the Overseas Chinese Federation of Baiyun District. On February 5, Mr. Lu Qiming, Vice Chairman of Guangzhou Overseas Chinese Federation, the heads of units such as the Municipal Red Cross and Baiyun District Overseas Chinese Federation, and Mr. Xie Yu, Vice Chairman of the Shenzhen General Chamber of Commerce in Thailand, witnessed this kind act. The person in charge of the Baiyun District Overseas Chinese Federation was entrusted by the district leaders to receive this batch of materials, and thanked the Shenzhen General Chamber of Commerce for the strong support of the anti-epidemic work in Baiyun District.


After the outbreak, the overseas Chinese units such as the Baiyun District Overseas Chinese Federation and the District Overseas Chinese Affairs Bureau reminded the overseas Chinese at home and abroad to pay close attention to the latest developments of the epidemic and do personal protection work. At the same time, he appealed to overseas Chinese to carry forward the fine tradition of "one side is in difficulty and eight parties support", and extend a helping hand to support the anti-epidemic in the mother country. After the warm reminders and appeals were issued, it caused great repercussions among overseas Chinese. Overseas Chinese groups and overseas Chinese in the United States, Canada, Peru, Tedo, Norway, Malaysia, Thailand and other countries have taken action. Fully support the anti-epidemic in the mother country.

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Mr. Xie Yu, vice chairman of the Shenzhen General Chamber of Commerce in Thailand invested in Baiyun District, closely followed the development of the domestic epidemic situation. After learning that the medical epidemic prevention materials in Baiyun District were in short supply, he actively mobilized the chamber to donate medical masks to Guangzhou. Strong support from colleagues. After the Chamber of Commerce decided to donate medical masks to Guangzhou, it immediately launched a loving relay with relevant Chinese units. Not only did it send people to urge the factory to work overtime and rush to deliver the goods, but it also sent people to non-stop delivery to the airport and go through the donation customs clearance process. Waiting in advance at the Guangzhou Baiyun Airport to wait for the arrival of supplies, the Guangzhou Overseas Chinese Federation, the City Red Cross, the Municipal Health and Health Commission, Baiyun District Overseas Chinese Federation and other relevant units are actively coordinating the work. There is only one purpose for everyone, that is, to deliver these shortages to Guangzhou as soon as possible through a love relay.

 

With the active coordination of enthusiastic people from all walks of life, in the late evening of February 4, these masks, worth 40,000 yuan and full of love from the overseas Chinese of the Chamber of Commerce, finally arrived in Guangzhou. On February 5, these masks were arranged by the municipal health and health committee to the municipal medical institution, and 5,000 masks were handed over to the Baiyun District Committee and District Government through the Baiyun District Overseas Chinese Federation. At this point, this love relay that spans the time and space of China and Thailand has finally come to a successful conclusion. At present, the District Overseas Chinese Federation has transferred these 5,000 mask materials to the Red Cross Society of Baiyun District

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The person in charge of the Baiyun District Overseas Chinese Federation said that they have recently received calls or WeChat from overseas overseas Chinese communities, and they have asked for donations to support China and Baiyun District in their anti-epidemic activities. Their kindness and charity are very moving. To help overseas Chinese compatriots in overseas Chinese groups, the Civil Affairs Bureau of Baiyun District, the Charity Federation of Baiyun District and the beneficiary units to do related work, so that the love of overseas Chinese can play the greatest role in extraordinary times.

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