Hins Cheung Performs Live at the Dow Live Earth Run for Water Hong Kong
Award-winning cantopop sensation Hins Cheung performed live at the Dow Live Earth Run for Water that took place at Wetland Park Road in Hong Kong on April 18th.
The live performance at Wetland Park Road is a “thank you” to those who participate in the run/walk. “We are so priveleged in Hong Kong to have access to clean and safe water but for many this is not a reality. By participating in this event, I want to do my part in raising greater awareness about the global water crisis and encourage everyone to join Dow Live Earth in helping millions of people around the world to gain access to this life-sustaining requirement,” said Hins Cheung, who is committed to lending its name and support to generate awareness for the event locally in Hong Kong as well as the larger global intiative to help solve this critical issue.
Register to Run or Walk Now at www.dowliveearth.rfwhk.com.
The Dow Live Earth Run for Water started at 9.30am at the Wetland Park Road and is open to anyone above the age of 16. All those participating will have a chance to join the concert which will took place immediately after the race. Friends and family of participants were also encouraged to attend and support this event.
Those interested in the Dow Live Earth Run for Water run/walk can register today at www.dowliveearth.rfwhk.com. All participants will receive a free online ActiveTrainer plan to help them prepare for the event. The registration fee is HK$250 for individual participants, and HK$10,000 for corporate teams of 20 runners, of which 10% and 40% will respectively go directly to A Child’s Right, a water and sanitation charity.
The money raised in Hong Kong through the Dow Live Earth Run for Water will help A Child’s Right install 30 much-needed water purification systems and designated safe water stations in children’s hospitals in Chinese urban centers, which will allow 80,000 children unrestricted access to clean, safe drinking water during their inpatient stays at these hospitals.
Register now for the Run for Water Hong Kong at www.dowliveearth.rfwhk.com.
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