GEG Shares Joy With Community Groups and Team Members Through The “Hello Kitty Hello Again” Exhibition

Macau, Special Administrative Region of the People’s Republic of China, (July 25, 2019) – Committed to fulfilling its philosophy of “What is taken from the community is to be used for the good of the community”, Galaxy Entertainment Group (GEG) has been proactively hosting a range of activities with various local community service groups to contribute to the development of a harmonious community. At GEG’s invitation, 100 members and their parents from the Macau Autism Association and Against Childs Abuse Macau Association Child Protection Centre visited the Hello Kitty Hello Again exhibition, which is title-sponsored by GEG. Moreover, GEG distributed 200 tickets for free to its team members to share the warm and sweet atmosphere in the Kitty world with their families.

Guided by GEG volunteers, the community group members explored the exhibition’s ten interactive areas and Kitty’s fancy world while wearing Kitty’s red flower glasses. Together with GEG volunteers, they also created their own souvenirs in a workshop where they printed patterns and wordings of their choice on denim caps.

Ms. Chan Sio Man, Director General of Macau Autism Association, expressed gratitude for GEG’s invitation to organize the preview of the access exhibition. She reflected that the children were delighted and excited. Moreover, she appreciates GEG volunteers for helping children to handmade their own denim caps.

GEG continuously arranges activities as a platform for team members to maintain a healthy work-life balance and deepen their family relationships. As part of the initiative, GEG gave out 200 free admission tickets, in addition to offering special discounts to team members to the exhibition.

As a responsible corporate citizen, GEG rolls out various activities to contribute to the building of a joyous community. Highlights from the past few months include inviting social service users to visit the Kamen Rider Exhibition at Broadway Macau and enjoy local delicacies; throwing a Pre-Chinese New Year Luncheon for the elderly; and introducing the Parenting Skills Training for team members working rotating shifts.