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Verdi's masterpiece of Rigoletto, an opera in three acts, performance on 11 October titled sponsored by K. Wah International Holdings Limited ("KWIH") and presented by Opera Hong Kong ("OHK"), was staged at the Hong Kong Cultural Centre!

The luminaries including Executive Director of KWIH Ms Paddy Lui, Chief Financial Officer of KWIH Mr Oliver Lam, and Artistic Director of OHK Mr Warren Mok; as well as renowned leaders from the foreign mission and in the business and education sectors, including Deputy Consul General of Sweden in Hong Kong Mr Joakim Ladeborn, Non-executive Director of Galaxy Entertainment Group Dr Charles Cheung Wai-bun, President of the Education University of Hong Kong Professor Stephen Cheung Yan-leung, and Independent Non-executive Director of Hang Lung Properties Ms Anita Fung Yuen-mei.

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Verdi's masterpiece of Rigoletto, an opera in three acts, performance on 11 October titled sponsored by K. Wah International Holdings Limited ("KWIH") and presented by Opera Hong Kong ("OHK"), was staged at the Hong Kong Cultural Centre!

The luminaries including Executive Director of KWIH Ms Paddy Lui, Chief Financial Officer of KWIH Mr Oliver Lam, and Artistic Director of OHK Mr Warren Mok; as well as renowned leaders from the foreign mission and in the business and education sectors, including Deputy Consul General of Sweden in Hong Kong Mr Joakim Ladeborn, Non-executive Director of Galaxy Entertainment Group Dr Charles Cheung Wai-bun, President of the Education University of Hong Kong Professor Stephen Cheung Yan-leung, and Independent Non-executive Director of Hang Lung Properties Ms Anita Fung Yuen-mei.

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K. Wah Group took part in the "Stanley International Dragon Boat Championships 2019" held at Stanley Main Beach. This is the fifth year in a row the Group joined this annual event to celebrate the Dragon Boat Festival together with its staff and their families and friends. This year, K. Wah Group sent the strongest team, making up of 23 male and female athletes from K. Wah International Holdings Limited, Stanford Hotels International and LUI Che Woo Prize Limited. Same as past years, the athletes took part in the "Mixed Team" races competing against other local and overseas teams. There to cheer the teams on were Paddy Lui, Executive Director of KWIH and Galaxy Entertainment Group, Quinly Wan, Director of Development & Leasing of KWIH, Christopher King, Director of Projects of KWIH, Alexander O. Wassermann, General Manager of InterContinental Grand Stanford Hong Kong, colleagues from different departments and families and friends of staff members. At the best of their effort and team spirit, K. Wah athletes, as anticipated, got into the "Mixed Silver Plate" final, which creates the best record of the team over the years. The team also competed this year for "The Hong Kong Institute of Surveyors 35th Anniversary Dragonboat Cup" and completed the race with a good performance.

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K. Wah Group took part in the "Stanley International Dragon Boat Championships 2019" held at Stanley Main Beach. This is the fifth year in a row the Group joined this annual event to celebrate the Dragon Boat Festival together with its staff and their families and friends. This year, K. Wah Group sent the strongest team, making up of 23 male and female athletes from K. Wah International Holdings Limited, Stanford Hotels International and LUI Che Woo Prize Limited. Same as past years, the athletes took part in the "Mixed Team" races competing against other local and overseas teams. There to cheer the teams on were Paddy Lui, Executive Director of KWIH and Galaxy Entertainment Group, Quinly Wan, Director of Development & Leasing of KWIH, Christopher King, Director of Projects of KWIH, Alexander O. Wassermann, General Manager of InterContinental Grand Stanford Hong Kong, colleagues from different departments and families and friends of staff members. At the best of their effort and team spirit, K. Wah athletes, as anticipated, got into the "Mixed Silver Plate" final, which creates the best record of the team over the years. The team also competed this year for "The Hong Kong Institute of Surveyors 35th Anniversary Dragonboat Cup" and completed the race with a good performance.

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K. Wah International, the Honorary Patron of Opera Hong Kong ("OHK"), devotedly supported OHK as the Title sponsor of the premiere of the last masterpiece of Giacomo Puccini, Turandot, at the Hong Kong Cultural Centre. The sponsorship of Turandot demonstrated the Group's steadfast commitment to fulfilling its corporate social responsibility, focusing on the development of arts and culture in Hong Kong.

The classics attracted Dr and Mrs Lui Che-woo, Chairman of K. Wah Group, Ms Paddy Lui, Executive Director, and Mr Oliver Lam, Chief Financial Officer of KWIH, Mr Wong Kwai-lam, Chairman of OHK and Independent Non-executive Director of KWIH, Mr Warren Mok, Artistic Director of OHK; as well as friends from the political, business, education and media sectors, including Sir David Akers-Jones, former Chief Secretary, Dr Charles Cheung Wai-bun, Non-executive Director of Galaxy Entertainment Group, Dr and Mrs Moses Cheng, Non-executive Director of KWIH, and Dr and Mrs William Yip, Independent Non-executive Director of KWIH and Galaxy Entertainment Group to join and enjoy the show with us.

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K. Wah International, the Honorary Patron of Opera Hong Kong ("OHK"), devotedly supported OHK as the Title sponsor of the premiere of the last masterpiece of Giacomo Puccini, Turandot, at the Hong Kong Cultural Centre. The sponsorship of Turandot demonstrated the Group's steadfast commitment to fulfilling its corporate social responsibility, focusing on the development of arts and culture in Hong Kong.

The classics attracted Dr and Mrs Lui Che-woo, Chairman of K. Wah Group, Ms Paddy Lui, Executive Director, and Mr Oliver Lam, Chief Financial Officer of KWIH, Mr Wong Kwai-lam, Chairman of OHK and Independent Non-executive Director of KWIH, Mr Warren Mok, Artistic Director of OHK; as well as friends from the political, business, education and media sectors, including Sir David Akers-Jones, former Chief Secretary, Dr Charles Cheung Wai-bun, Non-executive Director of Galaxy Entertainment Group, Dr and Mrs Moses Cheng, Non-executive Director of KWIH, and Dr and Mrs William Yip, Independent Non-executive Director of KWIH and Galaxy Entertainment Group to join and enjoy the show with us.

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KWIH encouraged staff to participate in the Dragon Boat Competition, demonstrating great teamwork while celebrating Tuen Ng Festival together. KWIH and Stanford Hotels International formed a "Mixed-gender Team" to compete against other local and oversea players in the "Stanley International Dragon Boat Championships 2018". They were energised by the support from the management, colleagues from different departments and their associates. Consequently, the team completed the race in a highly respectable result.

The dragon boat teams of GEG took home a first runner-up title and a third runner-up title on the first day of the Macau International Dragon Boat Races. "Galaxy Elegance" romped home with the first runner-up title in the Grand Final of the Macau Small Dragon Boat Race (200m) - Women's Category, after beating other competitors. "Galaxy Universe" finished fourth in the Macau International Small Dragon Boat Race - Men's Category (200m).

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KWIH encouraged staff to participate in the Dragon Boat Competition, demonstrating great teamwork while celebrating Tuen Ng Festival together. KWIH and Stanford Hotels International formed a "Mixed-gender Team" to compete against other local and oversea players in the "Stanley International Dragon Boat Championships 2018". They were energised by the support from the management, colleagues from different departments and their associates. Consequently, the team completed the race in a highly respectable result.

The dragon boat teams of GEG took home a first runner-up title and a third runner-up title on the first day of the Macau International Dragon Boat Races. "Galaxy Elegance" romped home with the first runner-up title in the Grand Final of the Macau Small Dragon Boat Race (200m) - Women's Category, after beating other competitors. "Galaxy Universe" finished fourth in the Macau International Small Dragon Boat Race - Men's Category (200m).

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K. Wah International titled sponsored the masterpiece of the renowned French composer Georges Bizet's Carmen, an opera in four acts presented by Opera Hong Kong and Le French May. Carmen, one of the most performed operas in the world, was given a modern sheen with an innovative nested rotating set featuring a magnificent cast of world-renowned opera singers, presenting the timeless story about freedom, liberty, destiny and passion through the most spectacular and majestic stage effects.

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K. Wah International titled sponsored the masterpiece of the renowned French composer Georges Bizet's Carmen, an opera in four acts presented by Opera Hong Kong and Le French May. Carmen, one of the most performed operas in the world, was given a modern sheen with an innovative nested rotating set featuring a magnificent cast of world-renowned opera singers, presenting the timeless story about freedom, liberty, destiny and passion through the most spectacular and majestic stage effects.

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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.

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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.

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Title sponsored by J Metropolis, K. Wah International Holdings Limited ("KWIH")'s Guangzhou project, and organized by the Education Bureau of People's Government of Huadu District, "K. Wah J Metropolis Football Cup" officially kicked off on 25 November 2017. Two matches were held on the opening day. Experimental High School football team scored six goals against Jia Hui Cheng School football team. The second match was the team formed by the Education Bureau of People's Government of Huadu District against KWIH team. The friendly competition demonstrated their determination in promoting the development of football sports  in the district.
KWIH has been participating in various charitable initiatives over the years. By sponsoring this football competition, it was hoped that sports could be popularized among the schools in Huadu District while encouraging students to maintain regular exercises for good health.
Eight junior high schools and twelve primary schools are going to participate in more than forty matches in the coming six weeks. The final round and prize presentation ceremony will be held on 6 January 2018.

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Title sponsored by J Metropolis, K. Wah International Holdings Limited ("KWIH")'s Guangzhou project, and organized by the Education Bureau of People's Government of Huadu District, "K. Wah J Metropolis Football Cup" officially kicked off on 25 November 2017. Two matches were held on the opening day. Experimental High School football team scored six goals against Jia Hui Cheng School football team. The second match was the team formed by the Education Bureau of People's Government of Huadu District against KWIH team. The friendly competition demonstrated their determination in promoting the development of football sports  in the district.
KWIH has been participating in various charitable initiatives over the years. By sponsoring this football competition, it was hoped that sports could be popularized among the schools in Huadu District while encouraging students to maintain regular exercises for good health.
Eight junior high schools and twelve primary schools are going to participate in more than forty matches in the coming six weeks. The final round and prize presentation ceremony will be held on 6 January 2018.

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In 2016, K. Wah International (KWIH) donated RMB1 million to Jia Hui Cheng School for the establishment of "K. Wah Education Fund", aiming to enrich the school curriculum, strengthen its extra-curricular activities and sports training for students. Organized by the Education Bureau of People's Government of Huadu District and title sponsored by KWIH J Metropolis, the press conference of "K. Wah J Metropolis Football Cup" was held in J Metropolis show flat successfully on 11 November 2017. In addition to  regular championship awards, "Most Valuable Player", "Best Coach", "Best Referee" and other awards were also established to recognize the outstanding athletes, teachers and staff.

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In 2016, K. Wah International (KWIH) donated RMB1 million to Jia Hui Cheng School for the establishment of "K. Wah Education Fund", aiming to enrich the school curriculum, strengthen its extra-curricular activities and sports training for students. Organized by the Education Bureau of People's Government of Huadu District and title sponsored by KWIH J Metropolis, the press conference of "K. Wah J Metropolis Football Cup" was held in J Metropolis show flat successfully on 11 November 2017. In addition to  regular championship awards, "Most Valuable Player", "Best Coach", "Best Referee" and other awards were also established to recognize the outstanding athletes, teachers and staff.

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KWIH is pleased to devotedly support Opera Hong Kong ("OHK") as the Title Sponsor of the premiere of A?da, the four-act opera composed by Giuseppe Verdi, to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the establishment of Hong Kong Special Administrative Region. KWIH has been keen in promoting and supporting the development of opera and performing arts in Hong Kong with OHK. The star-studded international casts of the show gave their best performance, bringing all the drama and pageantry of this grand opera to the stage and presenting audience with like-never-before visual and audio enjoyment.

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KWIH is pleased to devotedly support Opera Hong Kong ("OHK") as the Title Sponsor of the premiere of A?da, the four-act opera composed by Giuseppe Verdi, to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the establishment of Hong Kong Special Administrative Region. KWIH has been keen in promoting and supporting the development of opera and performing arts in Hong Kong with OHK. The star-studded international casts of the show gave their best performance, bringing all the drama and pageantry of this grand opera to the stage and presenting audience with like-never-before visual and audio enjoyment.

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KWIH is pleased to devotedly support The Barber of Seville, OHK's debut show to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the establishment of Hong Kong Special Administrative Region. KWIH has collaborated closely with OHK, striving to further popularize operas and performing arts to a wider community with a view to fostering Hong Kong as a vibrant and international hub for culture and arts. The show in Hong Kong has invited the Hong Kong Sinfonietta and the Opera Hong Kong Chorus under the baton of conductor Roberto Gianola as well as the Hong Kong Dance Company led by renowned choreographer Luciano Cannito, to add an aura of modernity and splendidness to the classic, bringing an exceptionally new experience to the audience.

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KWIH is pleased to devotedly support The Barber of Seville, OHK's debut show to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the establishment of Hong Kong Special Administrative Region. KWIH has collaborated closely with OHK, striving to further popularize operas and performing arts to a wider community with a view to fostering Hong Kong as a vibrant and international hub for culture and arts. The show in Hong Kong has invited the Hong Kong Sinfonietta and the Opera Hong Kong Chorus under the baton of conductor Roberto Gianola as well as the Hong Kong Dance Company led by renowned choreographer Luciano Cannito, to add an aura of modernity and splendidness to the classic, bringing an exceptionally new experience to the audience.

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KWIH is pleased to devotedly support OHK as the Title Sponsor of 14 October performance of Otello, a new production of one of the four tragedies of Shakespeare, to commemorate the 400th anniversary of the Bard's death. The Group invited guests from the commercial and financial sectors as well as the media industry to enjoy this much anticipated opera adaptation, with an aim to further promote the appreciation of opera to a wider community in Hong Kong through this world-class performance.
Otello, an opera in four acts presented by OHK, was performed for four days from 13 to 16 October at the Hong Kong Cultural Centre. Regarded as Italian composer Giuseppe Verdi's most dramatic musical masterpiece, Otello is also widely acclaimed by music critics as "the finest of Italian opera librettos". The powerful music of Verdi and the finest costumes and props produced by Teatro dell'Opera di Roma present a vivid portrayal of the characters and create an unprecedented sensation.

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KWIH is pleased to devotedly support OHK as the Title Sponsor of 14 October performance of Otello, a new production of one of the four tragedies of Shakespeare, to commemorate the 400th anniversary of the Bard's death. The Group invited guests from the commercial and financial sectors as well as the media industry to enjoy this much anticipated opera adaptation, with an aim to further promote the appreciation of opera to a wider community in Hong Kong through this world-class performance.
Otello, an opera in four acts presented by OHK, was performed for four days from 13 to 16 October at the Hong Kong Cultural Centre. Regarded as Italian composer Giuseppe Verdi's most dramatic musical masterpiece, Otello is also widely acclaimed by music critics as "the finest of Italian opera librettos". The powerful music of Verdi and the finest costumes and props produced by Teatro dell'Opera di Roma present a vivid portrayal of the characters and create an unprecedented sensation.

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After three weeks of intensive vocal and drama training conducted by professional coaches, students of Opera Hong Kong Summer School showed what they had learnt by starring at the final performance Into the Woods JR. on 5 & 6 August 2016, supported by K. Wah International Holdings as the title sponsor and honorary patron. Many K. Wah staff enjoyed this famous Broadway musical work of Stephen Sondheim with their children, relatives and friends and showed their support to these young talents.
The Summer School not only offers participants an unforgettable experience to appreciate opera during the summer vacation, but it also enhances their creativity, expression skills and aesthetic perceptions towards opera.

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After three weeks of intensive vocal and drama training conducted by professional coaches, students of Opera Hong Kong Summer School showed what they had learnt by starring at the final performance Into the Woods JR. on 5 & 6 August 2016, supported by K. Wah International Holdings as the title sponsor and honorary patron. Many K. Wah staff enjoyed this famous Broadway musical work of Stephen Sondheim with their children, relatives and friends and showed their support to these young talents.
The Summer School not only offers participants an unforgettable experience to appreciate opera during the summer vacation, but it also enhances their creativity, expression skills and aesthetic perceptions towards opera.

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As the Honorary Patron of Opera Hong Kong ("OHK"), KWIH proudly supported OHK and Le French May to co-present Roméo et Juliette, a renowned opera in five acts based on William Shakespeare's tragedy in Hong Kong from 27 to 29 May 2016, and invited its business partners, staff, and their friends and relatives to enjoy this everlasting classic.
The introduction of this widely acclaimed world-class opera aims at promoting opera in Hong Kong to a broader audience, enhancing the cosmopolitan image of the city and providing a valuable opportunity for cross-cultural exchange and performance for outstanding local artists, ultimately sustaining the values of local arts.

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As the Honorary Patron of Opera Hong Kong ("OHK"), KWIH proudly supported OHK and Le French May to co-present Roméo et Juliette, a renowned opera in five acts based on William Shakespeare's tragedy in Hong Kong from 27 to 29 May 2016, and invited its business partners, staff, and their friends and relatives to enjoy this everlasting classic.
The introduction of this widely acclaimed world-class opera aims at promoting opera in Hong Kong to a broader audience, enhancing the cosmopolitan image of the city and providing a valuable opportunity for cross-cultural exchange and performance for outstanding local artists, ultimately sustaining the values of local arts.

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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.

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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.

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KWIH continues to support the Opera Hong Kong summer camp this year by sponsoring staff's children to join a 3-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. 

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KWIH continues to support the Opera Hong Kong summer camp this year by sponsoring staff's children to join a 3-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. 

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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 2015, 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.

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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 2015, 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.

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KWIH constantly seeks the opportunities to deliver impactful and meaningful programmes that help promote arts to a larger community and build a vibrant city. On 10 Oct 2014, KWIH sponsored Salome, an opera masterpiece by Strauss, and invited nearly a hundred guests from business sectors and staff members to enjoy the show. Jointly presented by Opera Hong Kong and LCSD, Salome is considered one of the definitive works in music history. 

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KWIH constantly seeks the opportunities to deliver impactful and meaningful programmes that help promote arts to a larger community and build a vibrant city. On 10 Oct 2014, KWIH sponsored Salome, an opera masterpiece by Strauss, and invited nearly a hundred guests from business sectors and staff members to enjoy the show. Jointly presented by Opera Hong Kong and LCSD, Salome is considered one of the definitive works in music history. 

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KWIH continued to sponsor children of KWIH staff to participate in the training and performance in the annual Opera Hong Kong Summer School this year. Youth participants received a three-week singing, dancing and vocal training, and performed Fiddler on the Roof Jr. on 23 and 24 August 2014 to conclude their graduation. Paddy Lui, Executive Director of KWIH, together with staff members and their relatives and friends enjoyed the performance.

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KWIH continued to sponsor children of KWIH staff to participate in the training and performance in the annual Opera Hong Kong Summer School this year. Youth participants received a three-week singing, dancing and vocal training, and performed Fiddler on the Roof Jr. on 23 and 24 August 2014 to conclude their graduation. Paddy Lui, Executive Director of KWIH, together with staff members and their relatives and friends enjoyed the performance.

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KWIH sponsored the opera fantastique Faust on 9 May 2014, co-presented by Opera Hong Kong and Le French May. The showcase of the world-class opera helped promote the unique art form to the community and cultivate the art scene. Guests from the business sector and staff members were invited to the evening cocktail and enjoyed the excellent performance.

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KWIH sponsored the opera fantastique Faust on 9 May 2014, co-presented by Opera Hong Kong and Le French May. The showcase of the world-class opera helped promote the unique art form to the community and cultivate the art scene. Guests from the business sector and staff members were invited to the evening cocktail and enjoyed the excellent performance.

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K. Wah Group became the title sponsor for the K. Wah Writing Contest organized by Wen Wei Po in celebration of its 65th anniversary in October 2013, so as to provide a platform showcasing the talents of teenagers and writing lovers, and in turn enhancing language standard and exploring the fun of writing.

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K. Wah Group became the title sponsor for the K. Wah Writing Contest organized by Wen Wei Po in celebration of its 65th anniversary in October 2013, so as to provide a platform showcasing the talents of teenagers and writing lovers, and in turn enhancing language standard and exploring the fun of writing.

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Sponsored by KWIH, Opera Hong Kong held its 2013 Summer School with a graduation performance of The Magic Flute by more than 150 children at Sai Wan Ho Civic Centre on 17 and 18 August 2013. Participants of the Summer School went through a three-week vocal and drama training session and took part in a professional opera production.

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Sponsored by KWIH, Opera Hong Kong held its 2013 Summer School with a graduation performance of The Magic Flute by more than 150 children at Sai Wan Ho Civic Centre on 17 and 18 August 2013. Participants of the Summer School went through a three-week vocal and drama training session and took part in a professional opera production.

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As an Honorary Patron of Opera Hong Kong, KWIH sponsors The Tales of Hoffmann, an opera fantastique co-presented by Opera Hong Kong and Le French May at the Hong Kong Cultural Centre on 24 May 2013. Over 100 guests, staff members and their families were invited to the performance.

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As an Honorary Patron of Opera Hong Kong, KWIH sponsors The Tales of Hoffmann, an opera fantastique co-presented by Opera Hong Kong and Le French May at the Hong Kong Cultural Centre on 24 May 2013. Over 100 guests, staff members and their families were invited to the performance.

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KWIH donated HK$10 million to Opera Hong Kong in 2013 to expand its education and outreach programmes with the aim of raising public awareness and appreciation of opera and other performing arts, to help making Hong Kong a more cosmopolitan and culturally rich city.

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KWIH donated HK$10 million to Opera Hong Kong in 2013 to expand its education and outreach programmes with the aim of raising public awareness and appreciation of opera and other performing arts, to help making Hong Kong a more cosmopolitan and culturally rich city.

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KWIH is proud to be the title sponsor of The Chinese Orphan, which made its debut in Hong Kong at the iconic Hong Kong Cultural Centre Grand Theatre on 24 March 2012. This splendid event is produced by National Centre for the Performing Arts of China and presented by Opera Hong Kong. KWIH is keen on supporting collaboration between Hong Kong and Mainland China in art and culture. As the title sponsor of The Chinese Orphan, the Group hopes to promote this distinctive art form to the community, manifesting Hong Kong's stature as an international cosmopolitan city.

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KWIH is proud to be the title sponsor of The Chinese Orphan, which made its debut in Hong Kong at the iconic Hong Kong Cultural Centre Grand Theatre on 24 March 2012. This splendid event is produced by National Centre for the Performing Arts of China and presented by Opera Hong Kong. KWIH is keen on supporting collaboration between Hong Kong and Mainland China in art and culture. As the title sponsor of The Chinese Orphan, the Group hopes to promote this distinctive art form to the community, manifesting Hong Kong's stature as an international cosmopolitan city.

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Sponsored by K. Wah Group, the classical play The Three Families Alley performed in Shanghai Oriental Art Centre in June 2011. It was well received by more than 600 invited guests from academia, professionals and cultural groups. The sponsorship aimed at nourishing the public's understanding of this traditional Chinese art performance to people from all walks of life.

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Sponsored by K. Wah Group, the classical play The Three Families Alley performed in Shanghai Oriental Art Centre in June 2011. It was well received by more than 600 invited guests from academia, professionals and cultural groups. The sponsorship aimed at nourishing the public's understanding of this traditional Chinese art performance to people from all walks of life.

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KWIH has been a nine-time sponsor of the event Leader of the Year organized by Sing Tao News Corporation. Acknowledging the excellent contributions by Hong Kong elites and establishing role models for younger generation, the annual event held its presentation ceremony in March 2011, while Dr Lui Che Woo, Chairman of the Group and Alexander Lui, Executive Director of KWIH were among the guests.

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KWIH has been a nine-time sponsor of the event Leader of the Year organized by Sing Tao News Corporation. Acknowledging the excellent contributions by Hong Kong elites and establishing role models for younger generation, the annual event held its presentation ceremony in March 2011, while Dr Lui Che Woo, Chairman of the Group and Alexander Lui, Executive Director of KWIH were among the guests.

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In 2007, KWIH was the title sponsor of the tenth Vote for the Ten Most Significant News of the HKSAR Government. Members of the public were invited to cast their votes for the most significant events. Commemorative booklets were also published for free distribution to schools and universities to help promote public awareness in Hong Kong affairs.

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In 2007, KWIH was the title sponsor of the tenth Vote for the Ten Most Significant News of the HKSAR Government. Members of the public were invited to cast their votes for the most significant events. Commemorative booklets were also published for free distribution to schools and universities to help promote public awareness in Hong Kong affairs.

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