China Overseas Chinese Network, April 17th, according to the Japanese "Chinese Herald" report, a few days ago, Chen Xi, chairman of the overseas Chinese businessmen from Fujian and the president of the Japanese Huangberi Culture Promotion Association, donated 7 to Kyoto, Japan and the overseas Chinese community on behalf of the Japanese Huangberi Culture Promotion Association. Ten thousand masks. The box of donated goods reads "Everything is in mutual care, moral support". This sentence is taken from the quotations of Master Fu Yuan, a monk from the Qing Dynasty, who had traveled to Japan in the late Ming and early Qing dynasties.
"In February, when China ’s epidemic was the most severe, Japan sent a large amount of medical protection materials. Now the situation of epidemic prevention and control in China continues to improve, and the Chinese people have the virtue of dripping water, and their compatriots in their hometowns also hope to Japanese friends lend a helping hand. "Chen Xi told reporters that due to the increasingly serious overseas epidemic situation, the delivery speed of overseas warehouses has slowed down. These masks were sent from Fuqing to Kyoto for 20 days.
"Although we originally stocked some masks, the Japanese epidemic prevention and control front has been lengthened, and masks in Uji City are in short supply. The masks donated by Fujian this time are raining for us in time. We plan to send the masks to the nursing home , People with disabilities. "Mayor Yamamoto of Uji, Kyoto specifically told the interview, hoping to convey the gratitude to the Chinese people through words.
Over the past few days, Chen Liang, the president of the Japan-China International Students Exchange Association, whose ancestral home is in Fujian, has assisted in the distribution of masks at the famous school in Tokyo. "Since March, we have distributed masks free of charge to Chinese students (including Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan), including foreign students from Fujian, and donated masks to local nursing homes." Chen Liang said, "The first batch of masks has been issued. We will continue to raise masks and distribute them to Chinese students studying in Japan. I believe that with the strong assistance of our hometown, we will definitely be able to overcome the difficulties. "
"At present, there are tens of thousands of overseas Chinese and students from Fujian, and various overseas Chinese organizations have taken action to actively respond to the epidemic." Chen Xi said that many non-governmental organizations from Fujian have set up anti-epidemic teams, and the heads of overseas Chinese groups all entered WeChat. Group.
In this epidemic of foreign wars, the links between the overseas Chinese groups of Fujian origin have become closer. "In the next step, we will give full play to the advantages of various overseas Chinese groups. On the one hand, we will continue to purchase medical protection materials and distribute them to our compatriots for free. Chen Xi said.