Tonga receives new technology from Chinese embassy

The Acting Prime Minister, Hon Samiu Kuita Vaipulu welcomed the donation of new equipment from the Chinese Embassy, early morning August 12.

The equipment will help cater for the immediate growing demands of Tonga’s Ministry of Information services.

These equipment included:

  • 2 laptops
  • 2 Computers
  • 2 Printers
  • 1 Digital video camera
  • 1 Photocopy

In presenting the equipment to Hon Samiu Vaipulu, Mr Huaguang siad that the Government of the People's Republic of China wish to continue helping Tonga as much as they can.

"We have helped Tonga in various different fields and will continue to do so as much as we can" Mr Huaguang said.

In response, Hon Samiu Vaipulu stated "we are thankful to the Ambassador and the Government of China for the support and all the donated new equipment will put to good use"

This is the largest gift ever donated to the Information Department and the Ministry (of what) looks forward to maintaining a close relationship with the Chinese Embassy and the People's Republic of China.

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