Macao, 26 November 2012
In order to promote the concept of induction cooking and bring customers a new cooking experience that is more comfortable, energy saving, safe, convenient and clean, Companhia de Electricidade de Macau - CEM, S.A. (CEM) organized a lucky draw at this year’s Macau Food Festival, in a bid to promote the advantages of induction cooking.
Induction cookers are easy to clean. Wiped with a damp cloth, they could become as good as new immediately, so they are suitable for modern families. Induction cookers feature an automatic power-off function, which enables them to automatically switch off when the temperature of the pot is too high or the pot is removed from the surface, so as to reduce the risks of fire and ensure safety without burning or scalding yourself. As induction cookers are safe, reliable and energy-efficient and in the meantime could help citizens reduce fuel expenses, induction cooking gradually becomes a new trend for cooking. The lucky draw came to an end in the evening of November 23, with overwhelming responses to the activity. The United Association of Food and Beverage Merchants of Macao President Lei U Weng and Vice-President Chau Veng Tang, CEM Advisor of Executive Committee Iun Iok Meng, Customer Services Department Senior Manager Keegan Cheang, Communications and Public Affairs Office Senior Manager Cecilia Nip randomly drew 10 lucky persons winning one single-zone induction cooker each.
Winners will be informed by CEM individually. The ten lucky draw winners are as follows: Lei Kim Ieng, Iong Kuok Iun, Lei Hou Meng, Ung Kam Hou, Chan Chong Ieng, Ng Wai Chan, Sam Pou Chan, Leong In Peng, Tam Lai Ngo, Tam Pui Teng.