Liu Qiangdong Distributes 6.5 Million in Spring Festival Red Envelopes to Hometown Elderly in Jiangsu Province Suqian City
Xinhua Daily internet report — “I grew up here, and without the care and concern of the elders of my hometown, I would not have been able to leave this village, nor would I be the person I am today, so with my visit home this year to see everyone for Chinese New Year, I want to express some of goodwill, and hope that everyone has a happy new year!” said Jingdong Group founder Liu Qiangdong [best known for Chinese e-commerce site JD.com], on the morning of February 17th, to the elderly in the village.
Liu Qiangdong also introduced Milk Tea Girl to the village’s elders: “This is my wife.”
As Spring Festival approaches, Liu Qiangdong returned to his birthplace — Suqian city Suyu district Lailong town Guangming village. While cordially visiting his hometown villagers and paying his respects for the Chinese New Year, he used his own money to give all 650-some elderly over 60 years of age in the village 10,000 yuan [RMB] in “Special Spring Festival Red Envelopes” [“hong bao“].
Xinhua Daily reporter Xu Mingze
Comments from NetEase:
I think this is very impressive. Stop always accusing other people of posing/pretending [referring to other comments]. Let’s see you pose/pretend like this.
Not bad, at least he gave away real actual money.
To return to one’s hometown in glory.
This village sure is large, with over 600 elderly people aged 60 or above, that sure is niubi.
More kind and sincere than Pan Shiyi!
Milk Tea Girl is also a legendary publicity stunt. Had she known she was going to live off a rich man, why bother getting an education/going to school?
Ding you, CEO Liu.
Are his profits this much>
This is my cunt, everyone help yourself!
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