Huawei’s DigitALL 2019 Chinese New Year Reception, held as usual to coincide with the beginning of the Chinese New Year, offered guests the opportunity to exchange ideas and discuss challenges and opportunities for an inclusive digital future.
Guests were treated to an eclectic mix of debates, great food and live music including a piano concert by Jean-François Maljean, a performance by the Cabra Deaf Choir and a jazz session of the Tutu Puoane Quartet.
“Europe is like a big, lively family. We feel happy to be a part of it and look forward to growing together with it.”
“Over the past 18 years, Huawei has been bringing the latest technologies, investment, research and development, partnership and healthy competition to Europe. Our success is Europe’s success, and our loss will also be Europe’s loss.”
Abraham Liu, Huawei’s Chief Representative to European Institutions and the President of its European Public Affairs and Communication Office
“Technology has changed our lives. We can communicate in ways we never dreamed possible. What if our smartphones could become even more useful?”
“Through the power of AI, we can make the world a better place.”
Walter Ji, President of Huawei’s Consumer Business Group, presenting , an app translating popular children’s books into sign language
“With StorySign by Huawei, we now have the possibility to read stories with our deaf children.”
“We are extremely happy about the value of this project and our partnership.”
Marc Wheatley, Executive Director European Union of the Deaf