GEG Celebrates Chinese New Year through Traditional Ceremonies; Shares Festive Joy with Community and Team Members

To welcome the Year of Rabbit, Galaxy Entertainment Group (“GEG”) held traditional ceremonies today at Galaxy Macau™ and StarWorld Hotel. Mr. Francis Lui, Vice Chairman of GEG, and other senior executives officiated the ceremonies and shared festive joys and well wishes with the public, tourists and team members. In addition, GEG also organized many activities to celebrate Chinese New Year with different community groups and its team members, including inviting member families from the Women’s General Association of Macau (“the Women’s Association”) and members of the GEG Volunteer Team to join the Galaxy Kidz “Spring Arts and Craft Workshop” and “Paws of Fury” movie screening; and hosting various team member activities at its properties’ back-of-house areas for team members to enjoy.

This morning, Mr. Francis Lui led GEG’s senior executives, including, Mr. Philip Cheng, Director; Mr. Kevin Kelley, Chief Operating Officer – Macau; Mr. Raymond Yap, Senior Director of Integrated Resort Services; Mr. Raymond Kwok, Senior Director of Legal; Mr. Richard Longhurst, Senior Director of Gaming; Mr. James Houghton, Director of Information Systems and Technology; Mr. Edmond Ting, Director of Project Development; Mr. Andy Lee, Deputy Director of Operations of StarWorld Hotel and other members for the traditional worship and eye-dotting ceremonies held at the Porte Cochère of Galaxy Macau’s Diamond Lobby and StarWorld Hotel. The exciting lion dance performance, drum beating and firecrackers attracted many visitors.

Arranged by GEG, nearly 100 participants joined the “Spring Arts and Crafts Workshop” held at the Galaxy Kidz of Galaxy Hotel™, during which they experienced Chinese calligraphy and created traditional paper-cutting handicraft in a warm and pleasant atmosphere. Subsequently, the families watched the animated comedy “Paws of Fury” at Galaxy Cinemas and embraced the meaning of inclusion and acceptance while spending quality parent-child time together. In addition, GEG also arranged a series of intriguing activities at the back-of-house areas during Chinese New Year, including the “CNY Selfie Corner”, “CNY Fai Chun Writing” and “CNY Towel Bunny Folding”, which attracted the active participation of team members. Chinese New Year-themed cuisines were also offered in staff canteens to engage team members in the festive celebrations.

GEG has stayed true to its corporate citizenship pledge of “Community at Heart, Empathy in Action” and remains committed to spreading love and care to the community through organizing different activities. In the past, GEG also held traditional festival celebrations and delivered Mid-Autumn Festival gift packs to share festive joys with elderly members of the Women’s Association. Moving forward, GEG will continue to work closely with different social service organizations to build a harmonious and inclusive community.