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Easter Egg Artwork at Macau International Airport16 Apr 2014

The “Colour the Joy of Life” event took place on Tuesday, 15th April 2014 at the Macau International Airport Terminal Building to celebrate the Easter Season. Around 30 students and instructors from Fu Hong Society arrived at the Airport early in the morning, after putting on the specially designed aprons, Fu Hong students kicked off a great creation project at the Airport – painting ten giant Easter eggs.  Each egg is 1.5 meter in height, students painted out beautiful patterns and lines on the eggs, turning them to be colourful and meaningful artworks. This event was organized by Macau International Airport in conjunction with Fu Hong Society. 

With our sincere appreciation to Fu Hong’s students, Macau International Airport believes all these Easter eggs are good showcases of their talent and ability, and the Airport will share these gorgeous artworks with everyone who travels via Macau International Airport during this Easter holiday.  The ten Easter eggs will be on display at the Airport’s passenger terminal, both on departure and arrival areas from 16th to 29th April 2014.  Macau International Airport cordially invites passengers to hunt these lovely eggs at our Airport, capture them in photos with their travelling partners, making the journey more joyful at Macau International Airport.

For the Airport as a customer and public focused organization, supporting the local community is part of its responsibility. Over and above charity activities, Macau International Airport creates opportunities for students from academic institutes as well as social vulnerable groups.  Regardless ethnicity, gender and age, everyone living in this society shall enjoy the same equality, even people with disabilities can perform well and convey their gift if opportunities are made for them.  Hence, the Airport is delighted to share Fu Hong’s students’ work during this Easter season, which makes passengers’ journey special.  This kind of collaboration between the Airport and charity organizations will carry on in other Airport events in the future.





Note to Editor:
Fuhong Society of Macau is a non-profit organization founded by a group of volunteers and was formally registered as a bona fide society from the Government of the Macau Special Administrative Region in May 2003. It operates several service centres in Macau servicing those mentally handicapped with occupational skills development and training as well as employment services, with a view helping them to realize their potential and to integrate into the society.



Source: Administration of Airports Ltd.