An article on "what Chinese people are doing during the pandemic" was shared by Wang Teng, an employee at China Railway International Group, a subsidiary of China Railway Group Limited (CREC), on May 13.
In the article, Wang mentions four things that Chinese people are doing during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The top thing they're doing is "staying home". As medical workers fight against the pandemic on the front-line, ordinary people are staying put to reduce the risk of spreading the virus.
While keeping themselves away from the crowds, Chinese people are also taking care of each other and actively participating in the anti-pandemic work in Angola.
For example, on April 17 the Jack Ma Foundation, an organization focuses on entrepreneurship, education, women's leadership, medical support and environmental protection, provided masks, ventilators and other medical devices to all African countries.
The first critical medical supplies provided by the Chinese government arrived in Angola on April 24. Six days later, Chinese enterprises in Angola and local overseas Chinese groups offered masks, soap, disinfectant and water-tankers to the Angolan government.
Both the government and enterprises are contributing to the fight against the pandemic.
The pandemic prevention and control plans made during the outbreak by Chinese people in Angola included explaining effective measures to local people.
Take China Railway International Group in Angola as an example. The company kept a close eye on the pandemic from when it first burst out and held several videoconferences on pandemic prevention and control training.
All employees in Angola also attended the videoconference on pandemic prevention and control training given by Li Lanjuan, an epidemiologist and expert from the National Health Commission and Zhang Wenhong, leader of the Shanghai expert team in the treatment of COVID-19.
In addition, employees reported their daily health condition online to share their experience of self-protection with local colleagues.
During the pandemic when most Chinese people kept themselves at home, many Chinese enterprises in Angola opened training courses in a variety of subjects including the Portuguese language and financial training so employees could improve their professional abilities.
Wang also said that Chinese people in Angola love the country and will overcome all difficulties together with the local people.
(Executive editor: Wang Ruoting)