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How Chinese Tech Corporations Fight with COVID-19?

· China,Innovation Insights,COVID-19,4-min-read

Tencent Cloud Launches International Anti-COVID-19 Service Package

On April 13th Tencent Cloud launched an international anti-COVID-19 service package to help support the global fight against the pandemic. The package will help companies, medical institutions and governments worldwide tackle the unique challenges presented by COVID-19. This is the latest step taken by Tencent to assist in the global campaign against the pandemic, beginning with the establishment of a US$100 million global anti-COVID-19 fund and the rollout of a global COVID-19 information platform.

Alibaba Challenges Students to Create Solutions for a Post Covid-19 World

Alibaba Business School has announced the launch of Alibaba Global E-Commerce Talent (GET) Global Challenge 2020, aimed squarely at helping businesses and organizations worldwide recover faster and rebound stronger in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic. The competition will empower the next generation of entrepreneurial talents to contribute by creating transformative digital solutions in collaboration with mentors and partners from the Alibaba network.

JD.COM Provides Aid to Fight COVID-19 in South East Asia

JD.com is engaged in a range of support to provide aid to those who most need it while battling COVID-19 throughout the South East Asia region.

“We are privileged to have the opportunity to partner with our sellers and support our customers during this challenging time. By ensuring reliable and fast delivery of much needed necessities and products, we are glad to support the efforts to stay home to stay safe. ,” said Soon Sze Meng, SEA President and VP of JD.com.

TikTok Joins Hands With WHO, Facebook, etc. to Hold a Hackathon to Cope with the New Coronavirus Challenge

In recent weeks, the world's leading technology and medical elites are coming together to discuss solutions to the new coronavirus pandemic and to think about how to address the related challenges. A few days ago, the World Health Organization (WHO) held a hackathon with tech companies such as TikTok and Facebook to promote software development to address challenges related to the novel coronavirus pandemic.

HUAWEI CLOUD: Fighting COVID-19 with Technology

[Shenzhen, China, April 8, 2020] Recently,HUAWEI CLOUD announced that they launched a global action plan to help customers around the world to fight COVID-19 with cloud and AI services. As part of this international action plan against the coronavirus, HUAWEI CLOUD will be providing free AI and cloud services and will be recruiting partners around the world to help fight this pandemic together.

Xiaomi Reports Zero Covid-19 Infection at Wuhan Office and 80% Work Resumption Rate of Supply Chain

Xiaomi has established a comprehensive mechanism for epidemic prevention and control, ensuring zero infection among its 2,000 employees in its Wuhan office as of today. The Group has provided all necessary materials, and financial and legal assistance to its supply chain companies. As of today, an 80% work resumption rate of supply chain has been achieved, ensuring the launch of Redmi K30 Pro to go smoothly on March 24 as scheduled.

DiDi Introduces Healthcare Fleets, Plastic Dividers and Delivery Service to International Markets to Combat COVID-19

(Beijing, March 13, 2020) – Didi Chuxing (“DiDi”), the world’s largest mobility and convenience platform, today expanded its efforts to protect the health of our communities and support partners impacted by the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), with the dedication of a USD 10 million special relief fund for ridesharing drivers and couriers in its international markets.

By the XNode Team,

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