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Spreading Love and Care to the Needy


K. Wah Group title sponsors Hainan International Tourism Ministerial Roundtable

The State Council confirmed developing Hainan, the largest special economic zone and only tropical island province of China, into Hainan International Tourism Island. As one of the leading proponents of the tourism and hotel industries in Hong Kong and Macau. During the forum in 2010, Dr Lui attended the national-level Ministerial Roundtable, for which K. Wah Group was the title sponsor and delivered a keynote speech at the real estate and tourism session.

Consecutive sponsorship of the Macau National Knowledge Competition for Youth

GEG was the title sponsor of the GEG Macau Cup – Second Macau Cup of National Knowledge Competition for Youth held in September, with the aim of enhancing students' understanding of China.

MOP1 million donated to Zhouqu mudslide victims

In August, GEG gave its support to the relief work in the mudslide stricken Zhouqu of Gansu Province by donating MOP1 million to the victims through the Liaison Office of the Central People's Government in Macau SAR.

Mentoring the Way to the Future – A trip to the Noah’s Ark

Co-organising with the Hong Kong Lutheran Church, KWCM's "Mentoring the Way to the Future" programme is now in its third year. This year, KWCM organised a trip to the Noah's Ark for children from single-parent families on 21 August, with over 60 participants visiting the new landmark in Ma Wan to experience the Seven Loves of the Ark through various interactive activities.

GEG supports blood donation day

GEG collaborated with the Macau Blood Transfusion Centre in organising blood donation campaign in July 2010. Numerous senior management and staff showed their keen support to maintain stable blood supply in Macau.

ICGS supports Sichuan earthquake charity work

ICGS supported Sichuan earthquake charity work in May by offering free stay to the Liu sisters, the crying girls who survived from the 2008 Sichuan earthquake and comforted by Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao.