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CEM Energy Fun Fair attracts thousand of students and children to learn smart energy

Macau, 13 January, 2019

CEM hosted today the popular Energy Fun Fair at Tap Seac Square from 11:00am to 4:30pm. Thousands of students and children spent a memorable fun day with educative experience.

The event was organized in a competition with four distinct contests, namely the “Best Booth Design Contest”, in which students designed a game booth for the public’s learning and interaction; the “Recycled Art Piece Contest”, where students created an art piece by using solely recycling electrical components; the “Talents Contest”, where students performed on stage showing their abilities and creativity for entertainment of the audience, and finally the “Best Cheering Group”, in which students formed cheering groups to support their participating teams.

The Prize Presentation Ceremony was held at 4:30pm, Bernie Leong, Chairman of CEM Executive Committee, said in his speech that “CEM is proud to host this fun and educational event since 2001. It has been well received by students and attracts hundreds of students every year. We have specially chosen the theme “Smarter Actions for a Power Generation” to promote smart energy and eco-usage of electricity, to encourage the younger generation to play a more active and important role in energy conservation and environmental protection, and contribute to build a smart city together.”

The top five winning schools of the “Best Booth Design Contest” were:

Rank

School Name

Prize

Champion

Kwong Tai Middle School

MOP3,000 + Trophy

1st runner-up

Pui Ching Middle School

MOP2,500 + Trophy

2nd runner-up

Fong Chong School of Taipa

MOP2,000 + Trophy

3rd runner-up

Santa Rosa de Lima College - Chinese Section

MOP1,500 + Trophy

4th runner-up

Santa Rosa de Lima English Secondary

MOP1,000 + Trophy

The top five winning schools of the “Talents Contest” were:

Rank

School Name

Prize

Champion

Santa Rosa de Lima English Secondary

MOP2,500 + Trophy

1st runner-up

Fong Chong School of Taipa

MOP2,000 + Trophy

2nd runner-up

Our Lady of Fatima Girls' School

MOP1,500 + Trophy

3rd runner-up

Kwong Tai Middle School

MOP1,000 + Trophy

4th runner-up

Pui Ching Middle School

MOP500 + Trophy

The top five winning schools of the “Recycled Art Piece Contest” were:

Rank

School Name

Prize

Champion

Kwong Tai Middle School

MOP2,500 + Trophy

1st runner-up

Fong Chong School of Taipa

MOP2,000 + Trophy

2nd runner-up

Santa Rosa de Lima English Secondary

MOP1,500 + Trophy

3rd runner-up

Tong Sin Tong Secondary School

MOP1,000 + Trophy

4th runner-up

Ling Nam Middle School

MOP500 + Trophy

Chosen by the public, the top three winning schools of the “My Favorite Booth” were:

Rank

School Name

Prize

Champion

Santa Rosa de Lima English Secondary

MOP2,000 + Trophy

1st runner-up

Santa Rosa de Lima College - Chinese Section

MOP1,500 + Trophy

2nd runner-up

Pui Ching Middle School

MOP1,000 + Trophy

Finally, the top three winning schools of the “Best Cheering Group” were:

Rank

School Name

Prize

Champion

Fong Chong School of Taipa

MOP1,500

1st runner-up

Santa Rosa de Lima English Secondary

MOP1,000

2nd runner-up

Santa Rosa de Lima College - Chinese Section

MOP500

Lucky winners of “My Favorite Booth Voting” were Fong Hong Teng winning one ‘iPad’, and Vong Pek Kei winning one ‘LEGO Creative Boost Set’.

Collaborative parties included Education & Youth Affairs Bureau, Municipal Affairs Bureau and Energy Sector Development Office. 12 local secondary schools took part in the event included the 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.

Guests of honor including Andy Lei, Principal Consultant Senior Technician of the Energy Sector Development Office, Wong Chio In, Head of Division of Educational Equipment of Education & Youth Affairs Bureau, Lam Lun Yuk, Senior Technician of Environmental Publicity and Education Division of Environmental Protection Bureau, Vong Kok Seng & Lei Chi Fong, President and Vice-President of CEM Customer Liaison Committee, Iun Iok Meng, Advisor to CEM Executive Committee and Albert Lo, Vice-President of the Association of CEM & SAAM Workers.

Professional judges included representatives from Municipal Affair Bureau, Education & Youth Affairs Bureau, Environmental Protection Bureau, General Residents Association of Macau, Macau Federation of Trade Unions, Women’s General Association of Macau, Industrial Association of Macau, The Chinese Educators Association of Macau, Macau Institute of Engineers, Macau Association of Consumers of Public Utility Companies, Macau Electromechanics Professionals Association, Macau Construction Association, Consumer Council, Macau Association of Building Contractors and Developers, Macau Institution of People’s Alliance, CEM & SAAM Workers Association and CEM Management.

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