CE promotes regular exercise

August 7, 2022

In support of Sport For All Day 2022 held by the Leisure & Cultural Services Department (LCSD), Chief Executive John Lee today took part in a sports fun game at Tsuen Wan Sports Centre to encourage citizens to sustain a good habit of exercising regularly and keeping their body and mind healthy.


The focal sport of this year's event is electronic virtual sports, which is a combination of sports and electronic technology. Participants use intelligence technology to take part in sports in a virtual environment and in a non-traditional way.


During the event, Mr Lee experienced the fun of e-boxing and watched a demonstration of the breaking dance style, which has been added to the 2024 Paris Olympics medal programme.


Secretary for Culture, Sports & Tourism Kevin Yeung joined the Chief Executive at the event.


To encourage the public to exercise more, 16 principal officials also took part in recreation and sports activities held at sports centres in various districts today.


Apart from opening different leisure facilities for people to use for free, the LCSD also held free recreation and sports programmes at designated sports centres in 18 districts for public participation on Sport For All Day 2022.


Sports demonstrations were also featured in a live webcast on the event's dedicated website to promote the message "Stay Active, Healthy & Happy!" in different ways, and to encourage citizens to foster the habit of exercising for at least half an hour a day and to stay fit.

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