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March 25, 2021 MICE No Comments Email Email

Melco Resorts & Entertainment invited the Economic Affairs Department of the Liaison Office of the Central People’s Government in the Macao SAR as Adviser and invited delegates of the National People’s Congress (NPC) and Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) Mr. Alexandre Ma Iao Lai, Member of the Standing Committee of the CPPCC National Committee, President of the Board of the Macao Chamber of Commerce;

Ms. Tina Ho Teng Iat, Deputy Director of the Committee for Liaison with Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan and Overseas Chinese of the CPPCC National Committee, Member of the Standing Committee of the All-China Women’s Federation, and Chairwoman of the Women’s General Association of Macau; Ms. Ung Pui Kun, Member of the CPPCC National Committee, Hospital Director of Kiang Wu Hospital Mr. Lok Po, Member of the NPC, Director of Macau Daily News; Mr. Kevin Ho King Lun, Member of the NPC, President of the Industry and Commerce Association of Macau; and Mr. Lawrence Ho, Member of the CPPCC National Committee, Chairman & CEO of Melco to share the Spirits of the Fourth Session of the 13th NPC and the Fourth Session of the 13th CPPCC, also known as the “Two Sessions” at its Splendors of China Leadership Forum today.

Mr. Zuo Xianghua, Deputy Director-General, Economic Affairs Department of the Liaison Office of the Central People’s Government in the Macao SAR and Mr. Wong Ka Kei, Head of Department of Non-tertiary Education of the Education and Youth Development Bureau attended as Guests of Honor. Melco senior executives including Mr. Clarence Chung, Board Director and Dr. Kent Wong, Chief Advisor welcomed guests to the event.

The Melco Splendors of China learning program aims to promote a deeper understanding of China’s cultural heritage, economic policies, social systems and values. Today, the Leadership Forum was hosted at Studio City with an audience comprising Melco management and non-management colleagues and representatives from Macau’s educational institutes, including professors, teaching staff and students. The event was also broadcast live to Melco colleagues in Hong Kong.

The five guest speakers discussed topics including:

  1. the strategic significance of the 14th Five-Year Plan for Macau’s integration into the overall development of the country;
  2. ways to stabilize the effectiveness of Macau against the epidemic in the new stage of normalized epidemic prevention and control;
  3. how Macau can lead by example in the new practice of “One Country, Two Systems” and consolidate its achievements in loving the country and Macau; and
  4. how Macau can give full play to its advantages to deepen cooperation with cities in the Greater Bay Area such as Hengqin for diversified development.

Furthermore, the Forum’s general themes included guidance for Macau’s development as provided by the Premier’s government work report and ways to enhance communications between CPPCC and NPC representatives and Macau citizens for public opinion and participation in the deliberation and administration of state affairs.

Mr. Lawrence Ho, Chairman & CEO of Melco, said, “National Education is a core segment of Melco’s Whole Person Development strategy, and the Company’s Splendors of China program was launched in 2016 with the aim to support the Macau SAR government’s furthering of the spirit of ‘Loving the Motherland and Loving Macau’. We are honored to invite esteemed NPC and CPPCC delegates to share the Spirits of the “Two Sessions” with us today – enabling our colleagues to gain a better understanding of the latest government policies and the significance of the practice of ‘One Country, Two Systems’, which will allow us to better understand and seize opportunities to integrate into the country’s overall development and continue contributing to the city’s diversified development and economy.

“Although Macau was seriously impacted by the pandemic last year, the active response from the Macau SAR to control and contain the situation helped to promptly restore order to the city’s economic and daily life. All of this is a testament to the successful practice of ‘One Country, Two Systems’ in Macau and the importance of ‘Loving the Motherland and Loving the Country’ – as well as Macau’s boundless potential for further development.”

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