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Culture & Sports

Culture & Sports

Promoting Arts, Culture and Sports


Sponsorship for marathons and runs in Hong Kong and Macau to promote sports and recreation

To uphold its commitment towards “Building the Future with Passion” and give active support of recreational and sporting programmes as part of its corporate social responsibility amid its 60th anniversary, K. Wah Group acted as the principal sponsor of UNICEF Charity Run 2015 with a donation of HK$2 million last year, while its subsidiary GEG also acted as a title sponsor for Macau Galaxy Entertainment International Marathon for the 12th year in a row. Charity campaigns in the form of recreational and sports activities provide an effective means for wider participation, through which K. Wah aims not only to enhance the sense of belonging among its staff, but also to strengthen positive energy in the community to foster harmony.

Olympic gold medalists visit Broadway Macau and live in Galaxy Macau Embracing the tasteful moments with local food

Bringing along the Asian sights, sounds and tastes to Macau, the opening of Broadway Macau™ in May last year became a new attraction for guests to experience and enjoy world-class entertainment and leisure facilities just at one-stop. A delegation of gold medalists including gymnasts Li Ning, Yang Wei, Chen Yibing, Li Shanshan, Li Xiaoshuang; volleyball players Zhao Ruirui and Zhang Ping visited Macau recently. Warmly welcomed by the Head of Youth Committee of Sports and Olympic Committee of Macau, China, Carson Ma and GEG, the medalists stayed in Galaxy Macau and enjoyed the delicious food and exuberant performance in the Broadway.

KWIH supports OHK summer camp to boost early childhood arts education

KWIH continues to support the Opera Hong Kong summer camp this year by sponsoring staff’s children to join a three-week intensive performing arts training course that brings music, opera and dance into the classroom, giving them an opportunity to develop their sense of arts at a young age. Under the guidance of professional trainers, the participants staged a finale performance entitled “Hairspray, JR”, a family-friendly musical with inspirational and positive message and sweet songs. The staff and their families enjoyed the performance together.

KWIH sponsors Tosca to promote cultural exchange of artists

KWIH sponsored Tosca, a three-act opera co-produced by Opera Hong Kong and Taormina Opera Festival, Italy, in October, bringing a world-class opera to Hong Kong again. The show, starring world’s leading sopranos Hui He and Svetla Vassileva together with China’s three tenors Warren Mok, Dai Yuqiang and Wei Song. KWIH hopes the show would offer valuable cross-cultural exchange and performing opportunities for talented local artists.

KWIH sponsors the staging of operetta The Land of Smiles

KWIH sponsored the performance of a three-act operetta The Land of Smiles, co-produced by Opera Hong Kong and Theatre Erfurt on 8 May, bringing in another world-class opera to Hong Kong again. The performance not only enhanced the appreciation of opera in the city, but it also promoted arts development by offering local musical talents a valuable opportunity to perform with international counterparts.