Li Baodong, China’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations, announced on March 31 that the Chinese government will add 10 million yuan ($1.47 million) to Haiti’s post-quake relief.
In a media interview, Li said that despite the fact that there is no official diplomatic relationship with Haiti, the Chinese government sent in an international rescue
team and a medical team immediately after the earthquake. So far, China has provided assistance valued at 93 million yuan ($13.6 million) in cash, goods, and other forms.
Source: Xinhua, April 1, 2010