A business group consisting of 35 Australian Chinese entrepreneur elites and led by the Yuhu Group Mr Xiangmo Huang participated in a study trip in Taiwan. During the trip, they made a generous donation of 5 million NT to cerebral palsy children in Kaoshiung city. The donation will go to building a new school and hospital.
The donation is a combination from the Yuhu Group Mr Xianmo Huang, Win Kwong P/L Mr Kwong Ming Chou, Homart Group Ms Lynn YEH, Town Health Medical Network Services Mr Zhuang and HK Hua Yu Ltd. Mr Du. The Cerebral Palsy Support Group representative Mr Shu expresses his gratitude and stated that this donation is by far the largest amount ever received.
During their stay in Taiwan, the business group also visited government officials and spoke to various media members. This included former Taiwan Vice-President Mr Vincent Siew, current presidential candidate Ms Hung Hsiu-chu, former Taipei Mayor Mr Hau Lung-pin, and Reform Party President Mr Muming Yu. They also visited various media organisations including Taiwan Public Television, Radio Taiwan International and the International Media Group.
The Homart Group always cares for society, and for many years has regularly participated in charity activities both in Australia and internationally. Homart consistently takes action to help those people in need. Over the years, the Homart Group has supported many charity events, such as the Royal Flying Doctor Service (RFDS), St. Johns Australian Ambulance Team, the Australian Christian Community Service Centre (CCCSC), donation to the China Sichuan and YunNan Earthquake, Taiwan Floods, Queensland Floods and has provided scholarships to poverty-stricken students in Wuhan, China. Homart is going to continue to organise and hold a wide range of charity events in the future to encourage more people to engage in these charity events, leading by example.
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Photo：Homart Group Managing Director and other Australian Chinese Business Elite Participate in a Study Trip in Taiwan