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SABRI News | Stay Strong, China!

China2020-02-14

For many, today is a special Valentine’s Day. We would like to present to you some encouraging words and warming stories that we have collected from the Tsinghua international family. We trust these words will warm you on this special occasion.Ever since the outbreak of the epidemic, the students and alumni of the Tsinghua international community around the world have been looking to contribute in their unique way.SABRI produced a video named “Shared World, Shared Future” to display the supports from Tsinghua International Students and Alumni for China’s Anti-NCP Epidemic FightWhen the novel coronavirus shows no mercy, the world shows its loveTimes of sadness, fear, and uncertaintWith self-discipline and social commitmentTsinghua students and alumni show their support around the worldStand together, we’ll get through thisFight On, China! Stay Strong, Wuhan!Moreover, SABRI continues the endeavor to leverage its strength of global networking to ease the need for medical personnel.Because of the outbreak, SABRI canceled the “Insight BRI trip” to Russia and Kazakhstan. Mekhri Aliev, a Tsinghua alumnus working at Moscow State University and vice president of the SABRI, was inspired to support novel coronavirus prevention efforts. Together with YuXiao, the co-founder and president of SABRI, and more SABRI members, they initiated the “SABRI International Humanitarian Aid” program, which focuses on leveraging the strengths of its international network and multilingual capabilities, to seek reliable medical supplies from around the world for the medical personnel fighting on the frontlines.“I was very upset when I heard the news about the outbreak of novel coronavirus pneumonia. I enjoyed it a lot and am very grateful for my time studying at Tsinghua. That is why, despite the fact that we are relatively safe abroad in our own countries, I found that it is my duty to help in the hour of need. From snowy Moscow, I can say only this: 加油清华!加油中国!” - Mekhri Aliev, RussianSince its initiation, the Supply Fundraiser program has gathered more than a hundred Tsinghua students, from over 30 countries around the world.The volunteers have helped in information collection and translation work in the supply acquisition process. So far, they have secured anti-virus materials and supplies available to purchase in seven countries, and are still trying to connect more supply sources to organizations in need.“We are always talking about a shared future for all humankind, and it is when we face a threat common to all humankind, (that) we can truly understand the meaning of this concept. I am so proud of all SABRI members. With our hard work, this concept has been put into practice.”-Yu Xiao, ChineseWe have a Tsinghua alumna who illuminated the world’s tallest building with encouraging words in Dubai.We have more Tsinghua international students and alumni who sent us their support from around the world.In the fight against this epidemic, we are not alone.Listen, as the whole world is saying: Fight On, China! 

For many, today is a special Valentine’s Day. We would like to present to you some encouraging words and warming stories that we have collected from the Tsinghua international family. We trust these words will warm you on this special occasion.

Ever since the outbreak of the epidemic, the students and alumni of the Tsinghua international community around the world have been looking to contribute in their unique way.

SABRI produced a video named “Shared World, Shared Future” to display the supports from Tsinghua International Students and Alumni for China’s Anti-NCP Epidemic Fight

When the novel coronavirus shows no mercy, the world shows its love

Times of sadness, fear, and uncertaint

With self-discipline and social commitment

Tsinghua students and alumni show their support around the world

Stand together, we’ll get through this

Fight On, China! Stay Strong, Wuhan!

Moreover, SABRI continues the endeavor to leverage its strength of global networking to ease the need for medical personnel.

Because of the outbreak, SABRI canceled the “Insight BRI trip” to Russia and Kazakhstan. Mekhri Aliev, a Tsinghua alumnus working at Moscow State University and vice president of the SABRI, was inspired to support novel coronavirus prevention efforts. 

Together with YuXiao, the co-founder and president of SABRI, and more SABRI members, they initiated the “SABRI International Humanitarian Aid” program, which focuses on leveraging the strengths of its international network and multilingual capabilities, to seek reliable medical supplies from around the world for the medical personnel fighting on the frontlines.

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“I was very upset when I heard the news about the outbreak of novel coronavirus pneumonia. I enjoyed it a lot and am very grateful for my time studying at Tsinghua. That is why, despite the fact that we are relatively safe abroad in our own countries, I found that it is my duty to help in the hour of need. From snowy Moscow, I can say only this: 加油清华!加油中国!”

 - Mekhri Aliev, Russian

Since its initiation, the Supply Fundraiser program has gathered more than a hundred Tsinghua students, from over 30 countries around the world.

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The volunteers have helped in information collection and translation work in the supply acquisition process. So far, they have secured anti-virus materials and supplies available to purchase in seven countries, and are still trying to connect more supply sources to organizations in need.

“We are always talking about a shared future for all humankind, and it is when we face a threat common to all humankind, (that) we can truly understand the meaning of this concept. I am so proud of all SABRI members. With our hard work, this concept has been put into practice.”

-Yu Xiao, Chinese

We have a Tsinghua alumna who illuminated the world’s tallest building with encouraging words in Dubai.

We have more Tsinghua international students and alumni who sent us their support from around the world.

In the fight against this epidemic, 

we are not alone.

Listen, as the whole world is saying: Fight On, China! 


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