我（和梵高在一起）: Excellency, I've a question for you, it is kindda embarrassing, so I didn't ask just now. These days, lots of Chinese net-citizens argue that the 10 million RMB that the Chinese government donated to Pakistan seems too little when compared with what you had offered us in the Wenchuan earthquake, plus we feel anguished and puzzled on this situation. Could you give me your opinion?
Masood Khan: China was the first country to provide the relief assistance of RMB 10 million to the affectees of the floods in Pakistan. Not only money, but also the relief goods, comprising tents, electric generators, water purification systems and medicines. We are very appreciated for China’s timely support. Secondly, as I mentioned, this is not a one time assistance, there are more steps to take out. I met with the Chinese Vice Minister for Commerce, Mr. Fu Ziying yesterday afternoon, he said that China will give any help later as the situation further evolves. We do appreciate whatever you did to help us, China and Pakistan will always be good friends and allies. Send this to the internet.