You’re not fighting alone — African power in China’s anti epidemic campaign

novel coronavirus pneumonia spread in China in February. In the process of participating in the voluntary service for epidemic prevention, diboza, who was once a singer, came up with the idea of creating an anti epidemic song, hoping to spread strength and love through music, calling for everyone to fight the epidemic together. After months of preparation, the anti epidemic song we are one was recorded in early June. < / P > < p > di baocha is not the first African to use songs to help China fight the epidemic. Back in March of this year, redI, an African student from Burundi, wrote an English single Be Strong to cheer for Guangdong medical staff in Wuhan. < p > < p > Ruidi, 28, is an international student of Southern Medical University and has lived in Guangzhou for nearly five years. When the novel coronavirus pneumonia came, his school stopped, and many foreign students returned to their country. But he chose to stick to it. “When you really make this your home, you don’t feel the need to leave,” he said < p > < p > in the medical team of Guangdong Province going to Hubei Province to fight against epidemic diseases, there are teachers of Ruidi. Their bravery brings inspiration to his creation. Reddy said that although he can’t go to the front like a real doctor, he is very satisfied to do something useful and help others. < / P > < p > China and Africa share weal and woe. After the outbreak of the epidemic in Africa, China actively donated materials and sent several medical teams to share the experience of epidemic prevention and control with African countries through video connection, so as to contribute China’s wisdom to the fight against the epidemic in Africa. At the critical moment of the epidemic in China, the African people living in Guangzhou also do their best to contribute to the city’s anti epidemic efforts. China’s Chinese novel coronavirus pneumonia was the most difficult time for China to fight against the new crown pneumonia in February 7th this year. He came to the Haibei community police squadron in Foshan, hesitated for a while, then stuffed the envelope to the doorman and said “I love China” in Chinese, and then quickly turned away. Inside the envelope were letters written in Chinese characters and 500 yuan RMB, in which he expressed his determination to fight the epidemic together with the Chinese people. Novel coronavirus is not a problem.

Zeferino wrote that he has no job and no source of income. The 500 yuan is his little support for China’s fight against the new coronavirus. At the top of the letter, he wrote in Chinese: we are together. At the end of the letter, he wrote in English: I love China. < / P > < p > and this is just a manifestation of zefirino’s participation in China’s anti epidemic campaign. He also applied to become a foreign volunteer, who was responsible for measuring the temperature of the people in and out of the community, and served as the interpreter of the volunteer team to answer questions and solve doubts for the foreign people. < / P > < p > these African figures who support China’s anti epidemic efforts include businessmen, singers and students. As “foreigners”, they love the “second hometown” they are living in. They repay the kindness and warmth they feel in this land with practical actions.