PHOTOS Livestream platforms used to promote sale of tangerine in Chengdu

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Livestream platforms used to promote sale of tangerine in Chengdu

Xinhua

23:37, April 28, 2020

Xiao Qinren checks in a plantation in Zhaojia Town of Jintang County in Chengdu, southwest China's Sichuan Province, April 25, 2020. Xiao, a student of Xihua University, decided to promote the sale of tangerine on livestream platforms when he heard that the sale had been severely affected by the COVID-19 outbreak at his hometown in Zhaojia Town. For the sought-after livestream of Xiao and his friends, they have successfully sold more than 9,000 kg of tangerines since April 13 and got over 1,300 orders a day at most. "We are not only selling tangerines, but also trying to bring optimism to people," remarked Xiao. (Xinhua/Li Mengxin)

Xiao Qinren (L) and his friend take a break after a livestream sale session of tangerine at a plantation in Zhaojia Town of Jintang County in Chengdu, southwest China's Sichuan Province, April 25, 2020. Xiao, a student of Xihua University, decided to promote the sale of tangerine on livestream platforms when he heard that the sale had been severely affected by the COVID-19 outbreak at his hometown in Zhaojia Town. For the sought-after livestream of Xiao and his friends, they have successfully sold more than 9,000 kg of tangerines since April 13 and got over 1,300 orders a day at most. "We are not only selling tangerines, but also trying to bring optimism to people," remarked Xiao. (Xinhua/Li Mengxin)

Xiao Qinren promotes the sale of tangerine on livestream platform at a plantation in Zhaojia Town of Jintang County in Chengdu, southwest China's Sichuan Province, April 25, 2020. Xiao, a student of Xihua University, decided to promote the sale of tangerine on livestream platforms when he heard that the sale had been severely affected by the COVID-19 outbreak at his hometown in Zhaojia Town. For the sought-after livestream of Xiao and his friends, they have successfully sold more than 9,000 kg of tangerines since April 13 and got over 1,300 orders a day at most. "We are not only selling tangerines, but also trying to bring optimism to people," remarked Xiao. (Xinhua/Li Mengxin)

Xiao Qinren (C) and his friends promote the sale of tangerine on livestream platform at a plantation in Zhaojia Town of Jintang County in Chengdu, southwest China's Sichuan Province, April 25, 2020. Xiao, a student of Xihua University, decided to promote the sale of tangerine on livestream platforms when he heard that the sale had been severely affected by the COVID-19 outbreak at his hometown in Zhaojia Town. For the sought-after livestream of Xiao and his friends, they have successfully sold more than 9,000 kg of tangerines since April 13 and got over 1,300 orders a day at most. "We are not only selling tangerines, but also trying to bring optimism to people," remarked Xiao. (Xinhua/Li Mengxin)

Xiao Qinren (R) and his uncle pick tangerines at a plantation in Zhaojia Town of Jintang County in Chengdu, southwest China's Sichuan Province, April 25, 2020. Xiao, a student of Xihua University, decided to promote the sale of tangerine on livestream platforms when he heard that the sale had been severely affected by the COVID-19 outbreak at his hometown in Zhaojia Town. For the sought-after livestream of Xiao and his friends, they have successfully sold more than 9,000 kg of tangerines since April 13 and got over 1,300 orders a day at most. "We are not only selling tangerines, but also trying to bring optimism to people," remarked Xiao. (Xinhua/Li Mengxin)

Xiao Qinren (C) and his friends promote the sale of tangerine on livestream platform at a plantation in Zhaojia Town of Jintang County in Chengdu, southwest China's Sichuan Province, April 25, 2020. Xiao, a student of Xihua University, decided to promote the sale of tangerine on livestream platforms when he heard that the sale had been severely affected by the COVID-19 outbreak at his hometown in Zhaojia Town. For the sought-after livestream of Xiao and his friends, they have successfully sold more than 9,000 kg of tangerines since April 13 and got over 1,300 orders a day at most. "We are not only selling tangerines, but also trying to bring optimism to people," remarked Xiao. (Xinhua/Li Mengxin)

Xiao Qinren and his friends promote the sale of tangerine on livestream platform at a plantation in Zhaojia Town of Jintang County in Chengdu, southwest China's Sichuan Province, April 25, 2020. Xiao, a student of Xihua University, decided to promote the sale of tangerine on livestream platforms when he heard that the sale had been severely affected by the COVID-19 outbreak at his hometown in Zhaojia Town. For the sought-after livestream of Xiao and his friends, they have successfully sold more than 9,000 kg of tangerines since April 13 and got over 1,300 orders a day at most. "We are not only selling tangerines, but also trying to bring optimism to people," remarked Xiao. (Xinhua/Li Mengxin)

Xiao Qinren promotes the sale of tangerine on livestream platform at a plantation in Zhaojia Town of Jintang County in Chengdu, southwest China's Sichuan Province, April 25, 2020. Xiao, a student of Xihua University, decided to promote the sale of tangerine on livestream platforms when he heard that the sale had been severely affected by the COVID-19 outbreak at his hometown in Zhaojia Town. For the sought-after livestream of Xiao and his friends, they have successfully sold more than 9,000 kg of tangerines since April 13 and got over 1,300 orders a day at most. "We are not only selling tangerines, but also trying to bring optimism to people," remarked Xiao. (Xinhua/Li Mengxin)

Xiao Qinren (R) and his friend promote the sale of tangerine on livestream platform at a plantation in Zhaojia Town of Jintang County in Chengdu, southwest China's Sichuan Province, April 25, 2020. Xiao, a student of Xihua University, decided to promote the sale of tangerine on livestream platforms when he heard that the sale had been severely affected by the COVID-19 outbreak at his hometown in Zhaojia Town. For the sought-after livestream of Xiao and his friends, they have successfully sold more than 9,000 kg of tangerines since April 13 and got over 1,300 orders a day at most. "We are not only selling tangerines, but also trying to bring optimism to people," remarked Xiao. (Xinhua/Li Mengxin)

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