Chinese employee in Tonga vows ‘we will be back’ before evacuation amid volcano eruption

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After a massive underwater volcanic eruption near #Tonga on January 15 triggered a #tsunami, the staff of Chinese enterprises in the South Pacific island nation took emergency measures and evacuated to higher ground. But, before departure, an employee of #China Civil Engineering Construction Corp (CCECC) South Pacific filmed a short video documenting the final moments he spent at his workplace, where he vowed to return one day.

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