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Ng Teng Fong Charitable Foundation Limited was set up in 2010 as a charitable organisation in memory of Mr Ng Teng Fong, the founder of Sino Group.

Ng Teng Fong Charitable Foundation Presentation Ceremony 20/09/2019
The Ng Teng Fong Charitable Foundation Presentation Ceremony was held on 20 September 2019 at The Royal Pacific Hotel. More than 40 awardees of The Spirit of Hong Kong Awards and 50 non-governmental organisations and social enterprises received the donation from the Foundation at the ceremony. This is to pay tribute to the awardees and to recognize their contributions over the years. The Foundation continues to support the good work of the organisations and to serve the community together. In addition, Ocean Park tickets were also presented to the awardees and organisations for enjoying a relaxing day with their families, friends and service targets.
 
Ms. Anna Wu Hung-yuk, Chairperson, Judging Panel of Spirit of Hong Kong, graced the ceremony together with about 150 participants including families and friends of the awardees and representatives of the organisations.

 

Ng Teng Fong Charitable Foundation Supported the 47th Hong Kong Arts Festival 13/03/2019 The Ng Teng Fong Charitable Foundation (NTFCF) has supported the Hong Kong Arts Festival for the sixth consecutive year. This year, NTFCF sponsored a ballet of The Nutcracker staged by The Hamburg Ballet - John Neumeier on 13 March 2019, as well as a pre-performance talk on ‘The Art of Networking’ hosted by Ulrike Schmidt, Managing Director and Deputy Director of The Hamburg Ballet. NTFCF also hosted 40 upper primary students to the performance, offering them an opportunity to appreciate John Neumeier’s new interpretation of this classic ballet.

Ng Teng Fong Charitable Foundation Donates to the Palace Museum to Support Preservation of the Palace of Prolonging Happiness and Cultural Heritage 04/03/2019 The Ng Teng Fong Charitable Foundation has pledged RMB100 million to the Palace Museum to support heritage research and conservation of the Palace of Prolonging Happiness (Yanxi Gong) as well as the establishment of a gallery of foreign artefacts. 

Mr Robert Ng, Chairman of the Ng Teng Fong Charitable Foundation and Chairman of Sino Group, said at the signing ceremony, ‘The Palace is China’s national treasure.  It epitomises the highest level of traditional Chinese architectural prowess as well as Chinese philosophy and art. The Belt and Road Initiative not only entails hardware like infrastructure, it also aims to promote Chinese culture and exchanges with other countries.’