Business China strongly supports Singapore Government’s call and Singapore Red Cross appeal for donations to assist the China community fight against novel coronavirus

4 Feb 2020

SINGAPORE, 4 February 2020 | Business China strongly supports Singapore government’s call to help communities in China affected by the novel coronavirus outbreak and Singapore Red Cross’ lead in Singapore’s effort to do so. Business China will be rallying individual and corporate members to donate and show our support to China in this critical time.

Business China CEO, Tin Pei Ling, said, “Business China and our members have maintained warm and long-standing ties with the many business communities in China. Our thoughts are with the communities and families affected by the novel coronavirus outbreak. In support of China’s effort in addressing the coronavirus situation, Business China is actively reaching out to our members for donations to respond to Singapore government’s call and support the Singapore Red Cross’ effort. We believe every contribution counts towards showing our care and concern to the people of China.”

Business China has reached out to the Singapore Red Cross to express our support and to coordinate our efforts.

More details will be released shortly.

*Cheques can be made payable to "Singapore Red Cross Society" and contact our colleague, Lucy at 62130419 to arrange for collection of cheques.  

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For more information, please contact:

Daphne Hi
Senior Manager (Strategic Communications)
Business China
Email: daphnehi@businesschina.org.sg
Tel: (65) 6213 0412

Mobile: (65) 9817 3561

 About Business China

Launched in November 2007 by Founding Patron and Singapore’s Founding Prime Minister Mr Lee Kuan Yew, Business China’s mission is to nurture an inclusive bilingual and bicultural group of Singaporeans through extensive use of the Chinese language as the medium of communication, so as to sustain our multi-cultural heritage, and to develop a cultural and economic bridge linking the world and China.

For more information, please visit www.businesschina.org.sg