China Electronics Shop FocalPrice Gives $1000 To Japan Earthquake
China electronics shop FocalPrice gave 1000 US dollars to the American Red Cross this week to aid with the recovery efforts in Japan.
Japan was devastated by several serious earthquakes and a tsunami in the second half of last month, which clamed the lives of 12,431 people, destroyed 125,000 structures and left much of the country without power or water.
The world rallied behind Japan with money and labor pouring in to assist with the country’s recovery.
Chinese companies were amongst those who helped with online China electronics shop FocalPrice donating $1000 to the cause.
Vincent Lee, the public relations manager for China electronics shop FocalPrice said the firm wanted to make a genuine, worthwhile contribution to the disaster clean up.
“Japan did so much for China after the horrific 2008 Sichuan Earthquake so it is only fair Chinese corporations help them out in their time of need,” said Mr Lee.
The China electronics shop gave 10% of its total Facebook shop revenue until April 6 to the American Red Cross as an indication of its concern and gratitude.
“FocalPrice donated 1000 USD to Japan,” said Mr Lee.