On the afternoon of February 24, the 2nd Sino-Euro Dialogue - Focus on Hot Topics of Thyroid Eye Disease Global Live Broadcast was successfully held at the Shunde Hospital of Southern Medical University. Prof. Shen Jie, the Medical Director of Shunde Hospital of Southern Medical University, Academic Leader of Endocrinology and Metabolism Division, served as the chairman of the conference. The conference specially invited Prof. Mario Salvi, Head of Graves' Orbitopathy Center from Fondazione Cà Granda Ospedale Maggiore Policlinico, and Guidelines Leader of EUGOGO as well as other renowned experts on Endocrinology and Metabolic Diseases and Ophthalmology at home to attend the broadcast online or offline. During the conference, Prof. Salvi gave a presentation which centered on "2022 Management of Thyroid Eye Disease: A Consensus Statement by the American Thyroid Association and the European Thyroid Association", and divided it into three parts, based on the management of mild, moderate-severe, and sight-threatening TED. Prof. Wang Weiqing, Director of Department of Endocrinology at Ruijin Hospital, Shanghai Jiaotong University School of Medicine shared her experience by delivering a lecture titled “The Evidence of Evidence-based Medicine in the Treatment of Thyroid Eye Disease with Glucocorticoids”; Liu Zhoujun, Deputy Chief Physician of Department of Endocrinology from the Affiliated Hospital of Integrated Traditional Chinese and Western Medicine, Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine shared a lecture titled “Intraorbital Injection Therapy for TAO Patients”; Prof. Li Yushu, Chief Physician of Department of Endocrinology and Metabolic Diseases from the First Hospital of China Medical University began her speech by talking about the treatment of a patient diagnosed with very severe TAO, which was thought-provoking. In the end, Prof. Shen Jie gave a lecture on “Early Evaluation of Sight-Threatening Graves' orbitopathy”. After each part of the presentation was finished, experts at home and abroad actively interacted with each other. Prof. Salvi listened carefully online during the whole conference, and answered the questions from the Chinese experts actively and patiently. The webcast was in a warm atmosphere, lasting for about four hours and attracting over 43,000 online viewers. Countries have borders, but health care services don't. Great thanks go to experts at home and abroad who have shared their experience and insights on the treatment of TED without reservation and have made contributions to its advancement with arduous efforts and dedication. It is hoped that through their endeavor, more high-quality medical services will be provided for TED patients so as to benefit more of them.