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On 3 December, “Lee Kum Kee International Young Chef Chinese Culinary Challenge – Hong Kong and Macau Final” was held successfully in the Chinese Cuisine Training Institute (CCTI). Being the organizer of the challenge, Lee Kum Kee joined force with CCTI and eight culinary institutions from Hong Kong and Macau namely the Association For Hong Kong Catering Services Management Ltd, Hong Kong Federation of Restaurants & Related Trades, Institution of Dinning Art, Eating Establishment Employees General Union, Hong Kong Chinese Chefs Association Limited, Association of Restaurant Managers, Associacao de Operariosde Macau and United Association of Food and Beverage Merchants of Macao. It is an exchange platform for young chefs, with the hope of elevating industry standards while building the professional image of chefs and promoting Chinese cuisine and attracting new talent.

In pursuit of promoting Chinese Cuisines worldwide and carrying forward the culture exchange and integration, Lee Kum Kee supported the State Council Information Office, People’s Government of Yunnan Province, and the Permanent Mission of the People’s Republic of China to the United Nations Office at Geneva to organize the “Experience China, Amazing Yunnan” welcome reception at the United Nations Office at Geneva, Switzerland on 27th August 2013. As a leader of authentic Chinese sauces, Lee Kum Kee invited four top-notch Chinese master chefs to present Chinese culinary skills, to showcase once again the culinary art of China on the international platform.

“2012 The Grand Charity Ceremony” co-organized by the Overseas Chinese Affairs Office of the People’s Government of Guangdong Province and Southern Television Guangdong was held at Guangzhou Zhongshan Memorial Hall on 13 November . Lee Kum Kee Group Chairman Mr. Lee Man Tat was awarded the “2012 Southern – Top Ten Chinese Philanthropists” in recognition of his continuous support of charity work in hometown and significant contributions to Guangdong Province.

This Mid-Autumn Festival, get up close and personal with the “moon” in Victoria Park! In the Lee Kum Kee Lantern Wonderland, organised by the Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB) and sponsored by Lee Kum Kee, an imposing, six-storey-high moonlike lantern installation entitled the “Golden Moon” was lit up tonight (27 September) to spark off the HKTB’s “Hong Kong Mid-Autumn Festival” promotion. The installation will be exhibited from tonight until 2 October, offering an ideal photo-taking and gathering spot for local residents and visitors during this much-loved Chinese festival.