CEM promotes smart energy during Energy Fun Fair this Sunday at Tap Seac Square
Macau, 9 January, 2019
With the younger generation as the primary focus, CEM is going to hold again the Energy Fun Fair this Sunday, 13 January, 2019 at Tap Seac Square, from 11:00am to 4:30pm, in which 12 local secondary schools will take part. Firstly introduced in 2001, the event has become very popular among local students and the public in general, aiming to enhance the interest and knowledge of the citizens, especially the young generation, about electricity and its efficient and safe usage. In this year’s edition the theme “Smarter Actions for a Powerful Generation” is set to promote smart energy and eco energy usage, to empower the youth to play a more active role in energy conservation and environment protection, and to take part in developing a smart city.
Children of age 16 and below are welcome to join the Energy Fun Fair. Throughout the day they can play at various game booths and win attractive prizes including ‘iPad’, ‘LEGO Creative Boost Set’, limited edition sports water bottle, recycled bag, etc. They can also enroll to play games on stage to win cash coupons.
The twelve local secondary schools participating include: Macau Baptist College, Santa Rosa de Lima English Secondary, Our Lady of Fatima Girls’ School, Kwong Tai Middle School, Pui Ching Middle School, Santa Rosa de Lima College (Chinese Section), Millennium Secondary School, Tong Sin Tong Secondary School, Ling Nam Middle School, Xin Hua School, Technical-Professional Secondary School of Macau Federation of Trade Unions and Fong Chong School of Taipa. The students will bring the best of their creativity and enthusiasm to design a booth with games for the public to play with. They will also create interesting art pieces by using solely recycled items and amuse the audience with great stage performances. They will compete for the “Best Booth Design Contest”, “Recycled Art Piece Contest”, “Talents Contest”, “My Favorite Booth” and “Best Cheering Group” prizes.
Beside the booth games, there will be two more attractions. One is the ‘Recycling/Reusing Workshop’. Parents and kids can bring along their own plastic bottles and fuzzy socks to make useful utensils and fun toys. And while CNY is approaching, there will be a “Make your own Fai Chun” corner. A series of Power Buddies ‘Fai Chun’ will be available for children to color and write down their wishes.
Apart from the schools, collaborative parties include Youth and Education Affairs Bureau, Municipal Affairs Bureau, and Energy Sector Development Office.