Aug 7, 2020|

Photo Gallery: This Week at JD (August 3 – August 7)


The National Museum of China (NMC) has added a series of JD’s anti-epidemic materials to its permanent collection including “Da Bai” (big white), JD’s autonomous delivery robot. Before being collected by the NMC, Da Bai worked on the frontline in Wuhan for 107 days. Da Bai traveled among Wuhan’s hospitals and residential compounds over 6,800 kilometers and delivered more than13,000 packages.


On August 3 and 4, ARD (Arbeitsgemeinschaft der öffentlich-rechtlichen Rundfunkanstalten der Bundesrepublik Deutschland, Germany’s largest public service television broadcaster) and France24 (a state-owned international news TV channel in France) went to Beihai, Guangxi, and filmed the story of Defang Song, a sweet potato grower, selling on JD under the impact of COVID-19. This year, with the help of JD, he has sold nearly five thousand kilograms of sweet potatoes online, 50% of which were through JD Live, JD’s livestreaming platform.


From August 3 to 5, JD held the inaugural “JD-PharmExpo” under the theme of “Open, Sharing and Accessible”. Over one million people from the pharmaceutical industry watched the opening ceremony online. During the expo, JD Health signed a number of cooperation agreements with partners within and across the industries, which can be categorized into four cooperation types. Click to read more.


Mo Yan, winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature in 2012 and first Chinese nationality to do so, joined JD Livestream with his new book, A Late Bloomer. This marks his first livestream. In only 30 minutes, over 10,000 of the books were sold. In about 10 minutes, the number of viewers surpassed 100,000.


On August 3, 3.1 Phillip Lim opened a first party flagship store on With the store opening, the designer’s new Fall-Winter 2020 items along with beloved classics have been made available to JD’s customers in China.


On August 3, Zegna, an Italian luxury menswear brand, opened a first party store on JD, bringing its F/W 2020 new products and classic collections to China’s consumers.