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ZTE celebrates China-Philippines friendship open day

Highlighting the strong partnership between China and the Philippines, ZTE, an information and communication technology solutions provider, recently celebrated the second China-Philippines Friendship Open Day at its newly established office in the Philippines. 

This event showcased the collaborative efforts between the two nations, emphasizing Chinese business development and their significant contributions to the economic, livelihood, and technological advancements in the Philippines.

Guests from the Chinese Embassy and the Philippine government graced the occasion, including Yang Guoliang, Minister Counselor at the Chinese Embassy, Ji Lingpeng, Counselor at the Chinese Embassy, Anna Mae Yu Lamentillo, Undersecretary of the Department of Information and Communications Technology, Edwin Ligot, Assistant Secretary of the DICT, Glenn Penaranda, Assistant Secretary of the Department of Trade and Industries, Xiao Wei, chief executive advisor of DITO, and Chen Jiong, chief commercial advisor of DITO.

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ZTE Philippines’ management team, comprising Jin Zhichao, CTO, ZTE Philippines, Chen Feng, Southeast Asia regional chief marketing officer of ZTE Corp., Zhang Chaohao, chief marketing officer, ZTE Philippines, Yuan Xueting, SVP, ZTE Philippines, and Zhang Yuxuan, VP, ZTE Philippines, were also in attendance.

The China-Philippines Friendship Open Day featured various Chinese cultural activities, including a Kung Fu dance performance, showcasing the fundamental aspects of Chinese martial arts such as basic punches, kicks, jumps, and somersaults, as well as poses and moves synchronized to Chinese music. Guests had the opportunity to participate in a zongzi-making activity, allowing them to prepare and taste traditional Chinese sticky rice.

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The event also highlighted ZTE’s milestones in its business programs within the Philippines. It also reinforced ZTE’s commitment to the Philippines through its S.T.A.R. (Skills, Talent, Attitude, Responsibility) Internship Program. Three students from the University of Sto. Tomas were offered internships, a prestigious opportunity bestowed upon academically deserving engineering, information systems, and information technology students. In return, DITO reaffirmed its commitment by donating 5G CPE Equipment to the University of Sto. Tomas.

“ZTE Philippines will continue to foster this friendship and promote cooperation between our two countries,” said Jin Zhichao, CTO of ZTE Philippines. “Together, we can achieve higher goals, create more opportunities, and pave the way for a better future for China and the Philippines.”

Jin expressed his gratitude to the Filipino people for their continuous support and trust in ZTE. He conveyed the company’s pride in being part of this incredible country and its commitment to making a positive impact. He encouraged ongoing collaboration, upholding the values of friendship, responsibility, and contribution, in order to jointly create a better future for China and the Philippines.