Shanghai Innovation Center Boston and Shanghai Zhangjiang Boston Corporate Park Bridge the 'US-China Joint Effort to Combat Neophyte Epidemic'

On the afternoon of April 2, 2020, Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker held a press conference to announce the news that a special plane carrying 1.2 million N95 masks from China for the New England Patriots will be in Boston this afternoon. Logan Airport landed and made a significant contribution to the fight against the new crown epidemic in Massachusetts.

(Pictured is a tweet from Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker)

Governor Baker officially launched the project two weeks ago and assembled a team to ship 1.7 million N95 masks from Shenzhen, China, back to Massachusetts within two weeks, at a time when cross-border transportation is a challenge. Upon learning of the situation, Dr. Jason Li, Executive Chairman of the U.S.-China Cooperation and Development Council and Chairman of the Board of Directors of Shanghai Innovation Center Boston & Shanghai Zhangjiang Boston Enterprise Park, Gene Hartigan, Co-Chairman of the U.S.-China Cooperation and Development Council and Director of Shanghai Innovation Center Boston & Shanghai Zhangjiang Boston Enterprise Park, Gene Hartigan, New York Rugby's leading rugby team, and Gene Hartigan, Director of Shanghai Innovation Center Boston & Shanghai Zhangjiang Boston Enterprise Park, made the announcement. England Patriots, Robert Kraft, Chairman of The Kraft Corporation, and the Massachusetts State Government team coordinated all efforts to ensure the successful completion of this project. In this project, Shanghai Innovation Center Boston and Shanghai Zhangjiang Boston Enterprise Park actively bridged the gap between the U.S. and China in the fight against the neocon disease, making significant contributions to the fight against the disease in Boston, Massachusetts, New York, and the Northeast United States.


At the press conference and on the Massachusetts government news platform, Governor Baker gave special thanks to the Chinese government, Ambassador Ping Huang of the New York Consulate General, and Dr. Jason Li, Executive Chairman of the U.S.-China Cooperation and Development Council and Chairman of the Board of Directors of Shanghai Innovation Center Boston & Shanghai Zhangjiang Boston Enterprise Park. Gene Hartigan, Director of Enterprise Park, expressed his strong support and assistance to the project. He said that the government, businesses and people of Massachusetts have witnessed the tremendous contribution that a U.S.-China partnership in the fight against the epidemic can make to Massachusetts and the rest of the United States. The Massachusetts government, along with many technology and innovation companies, will strengthen its efforts to create more win-win partnerships with companies and organizations in Shanghai and China through the Shanghai Innovation Center Boston and Shanghai Zhangjiang Boston Enterprise Park.


The news has been highlighted by major U.S. mainstream media, and has been highly praised and recognized by the U.S. community.

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