Master Kong wins the Hong Kong Corporate Governance and ESG Excellence Award 2021

“Master Kong was founded nearly 30 years ago with the mission of ‘promoting Chinese food culture’ and the philosophy of ‘running a sustainable business and giving back to society’. In addition, the company believes that a strong corporate governance plays a vital role in advancing the company’s long-term development and enhancing its enterprise value,” said Ms. TSENG Chien, Executive Director of Master Kong.

Master Kong believes “sustainable development is good development”, and defines “Keep Our Nature Green” as the sustainability strategy, and continues to work hard to become “A Respected Enterprise”, Mr. Frank Wang, executive vice president of the CEO’s office of Tingyi Holding Corp., said during a panel discussion on “green and low-carbon economy transformation” at the 4th China International Import Expo , adding that Master Kong has carried out a series of works on energy saving and carbon emission reduction by promoting green development in supply chain transformation, developing healthy and nutritious products and educating young people. consumers to a sustainable lifestyle.

In addition, Master Kong has devoted itself to shouldering more social responsibility in China. The company has donated supplies of anti-COVID-19 materials to 837 hospitals in 26 provinces and 299 cities nationwide, and provided more than 1.2 million flood relief supplies to the central province of Henan to support flood relief and post-disaster reconstruction.

Mr. Richard Chen, CEO of Master Kong, said during a panel discussion at Boao Entrepreneurs Forum 2020: “As a national brand and a listed company, Master Kong will continue to explore and improve its performance in sustainable development, and to share the happiness brought by ‘Life+ Delicacy’ with all stakeholders”.

Inaugurated in 2007, the Trophies, intended to encourage the improvement of corporate governance and the ESG of companies listed in hong kong, are conferred annually by the Hong Kong Chamber of Listed Companies and the Center for Corporate Governance and Financial Policy, Hong Kong Baptist University.

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