请帮助我找中国邮政的联系人 😭

I’ll describe the problem in English, since my Chinese is not good enough for this — 对不起!:pray:

Last year, Postcrossing launched the World Postcard Day, and we managed to talk and collaborate with quite a few postal services on it. I’d like to reach out to China Post, to let them know about this initiative and invite them to join as well… but I haven’t been able to find a useful email contact of someone there. :disappointed:

If any of our Chinese postcrossers could help me look at China Post website and find a good email contact there, I’d be super super grateful! It could be from a marketing person, or someone on the communications or philatelic departments — or even just a general email address I can try.

I am sorry to notice you that most likely.The China Post will ignore your offer.They usually do business like government to government.Not to person or NGO or something like that.The better way is to contact the Chinese embassy of Portugal.If they said they can help you.It will be work.@meiadeleite
You can try the phone number 351-213928430,351-213928442,351-213928438
And the website http://pt.china-embassy.org/pot/

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Actually it’s almost impossible for us to contact the China Post Head Office. However, it’s much more easier to contact local offices, for some provinces or even cities. They also have some power on holding local activities or even doing postmarks. The big Shanghai meetup for every year is a good example.
So the situation may be very different depends on what kind of collaborate u r looking for.

Yes, what do you want to do, meiadeleite?
What collaborations did you get from postal services last year?

I need your idea, I may email to china postal office, but I can not guarantee they will feedback. But the more information we provide, the more chance they will reply me.

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As a former Internet product marketinng manager, my working experience in China is that those gaint national capital compnay like China Post has low interests on doing those marketing activities. Actually they don’t need to consider anything like that to attract users in anytime cause they have enough money. The best way is that you can contact some local Post office like Shanghai China Post office. They ususally have some autinomous power, flexibility and higer motivation to held some interesting market activities. Or its better that some senior worker inside the China Post who is Postcrossing User as well can help you delievr your inititives.

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Thank you everyone for your help and information.

@RainWang These are the events we did last year, for the first World Postcard Day: https://worldpostcardday.com/events/2020

And 2 years ago, for the 150th anniversary of postcards: https://worldpostcardday.com/events/2019

Anything along these lines with the ultimate goal of celebrating postcards would be wonderful! We’re particularly interested in events that involve children and schools, so that we can encourage a next generation of postcard writers. :slight_smile:

看样子这个可能少年邮局更适合?

少年邮局是什么? 我怎么会联系他们? :thinking:

是邮政局和学校的一种合作模式,每周有个固定的时间一般是周末,由学生来担任邮局的主要工作人员。印象里少年邮局偏向于趣味性工作内容。不过联系方式还真不知道。中国最早的少年邮局是杭州西湖少年邮局。那有大量的风景邮戳

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上海有很多少年邮局,你可以和他们联系。

通过联系中国驻葡萄牙大使馆更靠谱,中国邮政的口碑和效率一直很差。