As a Chinese saying goes, distance cannot separate true friends who remain close, even when thousands of miles apart.
China sent an expert team and a large shipment of medical equipment to the United Kingdom on Saturday to help in the fight against COVID-19.
After the epidemic situation in the ROK took a turn for the worse, Shandong wasted no time donating protective supplies to Jeollanam-do, which recently arrived.
In order to support the Japanese local government and people in fighting against COVID-19, the first batch of medical supplies donated by Shandong to Japan arrived at Kansai International Airport in Japan on March 13.
James Scheidel, chairman of the Board of Cuningham Group, sent a video message to people in Shandong to express his support for them in the battle against novel coronavirus.
Since the beginning of the outbreak of novel coronavirus pneumonia, East China's Shandong province and South Korea have rolled out a series of efforts to help each other in fight against the disease.
Hubert Aiwanger, vice-governor of the southern German state of Bavaria, recently sent his regards on behalf of the state government to East China's Shandong province in a video.