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Promoting Arts, Culture and Sports


HKPM Volunteer Programme | Volunteer Sharing

KWIH has announced its co-sponsorship with LUI Che Woo Prize for Hong Kong Palace Museum (HKPM) Volunteer Programme, with the aim to introduce Chinese Art & Culture to wider public through different perspectives.

Edward from KWIH treasures the opportunity to be part of the volunteer team, from participating in the conservation of Chinese paintings, to facilitating guide tours and more, he benefits a lot from the programme.

Watch the sharing from Edward now.

K. Wah Group fully supports the Hong Kong Palace Museum

K. Wah Group has always been committed to promoting art and culture. Dr. Lui Che-woo, Chairman of K. Wah Group, Paddy Lui, Executive Director of K. Wah International (“KWIH”), and Jessica Cheng, General Manager of Lui Che Woo Prize, visited the Hong Kong Palace Museum in June. They hoped that young people in Hong Kong could take this precious opportunity to understand the motherland and bolster their sense of national identity.

K. Wah Group fully supports the Hong Kong Palace Museum, and is honoured to be the sole sponsor of one of its upcoming community service projects. The Group would like to promote Chinese culture through different educational projects, so that the public, especially the younger generation, can comprehensively experience the profound achievements of Chinese civilisation.

GalaxyArt Presents “THE ART of BAMBOO: from Qilin to Contemporary Art” Exhibition; Underlining GEG’s Support to Macau’s Culture and Arts Promotion and Development

Upholding its philosophy of “what is taken from the community is to be used for the good of the community”, Galaxy Entertainment Group (“GEG”) proactively organises, supports and participates in a wide range of cultural and arts activities in hopes of enriching Macau’s cultural and arts offerings. Recently, GalaxyArt, managed under the Galaxy Entertainment Group Foundation (“GEG Foundation”), has launched “THE ART OF BAMBOO: from Qilin to Contemporary Art” Exhibition where exquisite bamboo artworks by Hong Kong artist Louis To are featured. The artworks reflect the unique charm of intangible cultural heritage and demonstrate how traditional Chinese culture is embedded in the Macau community. The Exhibition opens to the public for free, including docent-led guided tours offered daily. As well, GEG Foundation will continue to organise children workshops and seminars, as well as host guided tours for local schools to visit the Exhibition, thereby cultivating young generation’s insights and interests on arts and culture, and fostering the development of the relevant sectors in Macau from various levels and aspects.