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(Nov 15, 2017 – Macau) – In the Grand Ballroom of the JW Marriott, nearly 1,000 guests attended a gala dinner for the Macau Gaming Equipment Manufacturers Association
(MGEMA) this evening. The event celebrates the 5th anniversary of MGEMA and serves to welcome visitors from over 80 countries who came to its annual event, the
three-day MGS Entertainment Show at The Venetian Macao.
MGEMA was founded in 2012 to support the broad-based entertainment industry, covering a range of fields, including gaming equipment manufacturing, tourism,
cultural events and technology. The Association aims to pioneer the “Made in Macau” brand and to help its members expand the reach of their businesses.
Over the past five years, MGEMA’s membership has surpassed 150 companies based in Macau and around the world.
After a reception cocktail in the ballroom, MGEMA Chairman Jay Chun addressed the room, “We have put in a lot of work building the association these past five years,
” he said, “and it hasn’t been easy, but we are very happy with the results of our labor.”
During the dinner, guests enjoyed live performances by Hong Kong singers Andy Hui and Vinci Chan, Korean singer Park Sung Mei,
Guests at the MGEMA fifth anniversary gala dinner sip cocktails in the JW Marriott Grand Ballroom.
Guests from the head table pose for a photo with MGEMA board members at MGEMA’s fifth anniversary gala dinner
Hong Kong singer Andy Hui serenades diners at the MGEMA fifth anniversary gala dinner.
Japanese singer Noriko Sakai performs at the MGEMA fifth anniversary gala dinner.