We all have heard of the generous perks and benefits packages that Silicon Valley’s big-shot tech companies offer—it’s part of the glamour of working there. But China’s tech giants want to show off how they spoil their employees too.

Yesterday, Jingdong Group CEO Liu Qiangdong shared photos of the brand new JD Logistics dormitory in Qingdao on his Weibo account and wrote, “A decade ago I made a promise to let the brothers live with dignity! As JD.com’s businesses turn more profitable, our bothers’ living standards should also improve.” It isn’t even that long ago when the company revealed its “white collar dormitory” at Suqian.

The employee dormitories have been likened to luxury hotels rooms. Currently, the company has over 130,000 employees. The dormitories dwell on a 10724-square meter campus with a total of 200 dorm rooms. All front-line logistics staff members are qualified to apply.

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Nicole Jao

Nicole Jao is a reporter based in Beijing. She’s passionate about emerging trends, news, and stories of human interest within the world of technology. Connect with her on Twitter or via email: nicole.jao.iting@gmail.com.