Macau, 15th July 2013 - The Macau Special Olympics hosted a Bocce game at its headquarters, on the 13th of July. With this event the organizer aimed to encourage the disabled to participate in these kind of sport activities, giving them the opportunity to recognize their own potential and interest throughout the game.
A total of 60 participants from different special schools, workshops and caring centres, together with family members have joined the game. This competition was organized in different groups, by their age and skills, giving the opportunity to non-athletes and beginners to participate and enjoy the fun of this sport. CESL Asia energetically interacted with the game players, reflecting the helpful spirit and encouraging acceptance and caring towards the disabled.
CESL Asia, celebrating this year its 25th anniversary, has been supporting many social welfare activities in the community, caring about the poor and needy. The company sponsored this game not only to contribute to the sport development among the disabled, but also to help building a peaceful society. MSAR government representatives from the Social Welfare Bureau, the Education and Youth Affairs Bureau, the Macau Sport Development Board, the Sport Committee and CESL Asia’s attended the game to present the awards.