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Playing to Promote
Good Health and Civic Unity

Our support for sports is aimed at promoting good health and spreading positive messages about the importance of setting goals, good teamwork and fair play.

Established in partnership with the Hong Kong Table Tennis Association in 2001, the Hang Seng Table Tennis Academy plays an instrumental role in identifying and supporting talented young players to hone their sporting skills and go on to achieve sporting glory in local and international table tennis events.

Since 1991, we have provided over HK$38.5m to promote table tennis in Hong Kong, including HK$7.5m to the Academy in 2013-15.

Key Initiatives
Athletes Excel In International Sporting Arenas

The success of homegrown sporting talent brings all sectors of the community together by generating civic pride. We recognise and reward top local athletes whose sporting achievements are inspiring young people to work hard in pursuit of their dreams and persevere in the face of challenges. We also help nurture budding sporting talent with the potential to become tomorrow's sporting stars. Hang Seng Table Tennis Academy graduates include Lee Ho-ching and Ng Wing-nam, who both won bronze medals at the 2014 World Team Table Tennis Championships and 2014 Asian Games.

“I started training at the Academy at the age of seven and was provided with a strong foundation for pursuing my dream of being an internationally competitive table tennis player. I am thankful to have been identified by the Academy. My success is thanks to the efforts of my coaches.”

Lee Ho-ching
2014 World Championship and Asian Games Medallist

Under the Hang Seng Athlete Incentive Awards Scheme, organised in partnership with the Hong Kong Sports Institute, we gave over HK$11m in cash incentives to medal-winning Hong Kong athletes from the 2014 Asian Games and Asian Para Games, including HK$800,000 to cyclist
Lee Wai-sze for her gold medal wins in the Women's Keirin and Sprint events. To date, the Scheme has awarded more than HK$43m to over 450 top local athletes.

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