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Tsinghua students, alums join charity effort

By Xing Wen | chinadaily.com.cn | Updated: 2020-02-18 13:23

A charity program titled Supply Fundraiser was started by graduates of Tsinghua University to seek medical supplies from around the world for frontline medical workers by leveraging their skills in global networking.

At present, the program has gathered more than 100 Tsinghua students and alumni from more than 10 countries to cover information collection and translation work in the supply acquisition process.

Mekhri Aliev, a Russian graduate from Tsinghua University now working at Moscow State University, has spared no effort to launch and run the program.

"I was very upset when I heard the news about the outbreak of novel coronavirus. I am very grateful for my time studying at Tsinghua. That is why, despite the fact we are relatively safe in our own countries, I found it is my duty to help in the hour of need," he said.

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