Macau, 23 November 2014
In order to promote the concept of induction cooking, CEM organized a lucky draw again at the food festival this year. Using induction cookers for cooking is safe, environmental-friendly and clean. The induction cooker heats food via the eddy current generated from the coil in the magnetic field, so no combustion is necessary, and no smoke and carbon monoxide will be produced. Unlike traditional gas cookers, it will not generate harmful gases during the cooking and can avoid dangers such as gas leakage, explosion and fire burn.
Furthermore, it is energy efficient, helping users reduce their spending on fuel. CEM hopes to bring the induction cooking concept to every household in Macau to further boost citizens’ quality of life.
The lucky draw came to an end in the evening of November 21, with overwhelming responses to the activity. The United Association of Food and Beverage Merchants of Macao President Lei U Weng and Executive Director Elizabeth Chung, Advisor to CEM Executive Committee Iun Iok Meng, Communications and Public Affairs Office Assistant Manager Sarah Chan 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: Alves Felisberta, Vong Pui Iok, Chu Io Mui, Lou Vong Ieong, Ieong Kan Ieng, Choi Kai Hio, Mak Man Si, Leong Man Lei, Lei Vun Kun, Zhou Jing Yan.