TO HELP in the city’s relief and rehabilitation efforts after the devastation of Typhoon Odette, Hongkong Land, leading property developer in Asia and one of the developers of Mandani Bay, donated P1.2 million cash to the City of Mandaue on Jan. 7, 2022.
Hongkong Land’s chief representative to the Philippines Lee Chee Hoe and HTLand project advisor Jeffrey Lun joined the turnover ceremony via video teleconferencing. Representing Hongkong Land, HTLand project director Gilbert Ang handed over the P1.2 million financial aid to Mandaue City Mayor Jonas Cortes at the Mandaue City Hall.
“Mandaue is a beautiful city, and I am confident that with the city's strength and extensive rehabilitation program, it will continue to move forward. Our hearts go out to all of you in these trying times and we hope everyone is coping well,” said Chee Hoe.
Committed to helping communities grow, Mandani Bay has been actively supporting the Mandaue City local government unit in its initiatives in relief and disaster rehabilitation, Covid-19 preventive measures, public safety and development and the like.
About Mandani Bay
Developed by HTLand, a joint venture of Hongkong Land and Taft Properties, Mandani Bay is a world-class 20-hectare waterfront township development strategically located along the Mactan Channel in Mandaue City.
Mandani Bay sets the bar for a new era of development in the Philippines as it is poised to become the focal lifestyle center of its area and one of Asia’s key urban landmarks. One can visit its website at www.mandanibay.com to learn more about Mandani Bay. SPONSORED CONTENT
Representing Hongkong Land, HTLand project director Gilbert Ang (fourth from left) hands over the P1.2 million check to Mandaue City Mayor Jonas Cortes (fifth from left) as aid in the city’s relief and rehabilitation efforts following the devastation of Typhoon Odette. Mayor Cortes is joined by Mandaue City Vice Mayor Glenn Bercede (sixth from left) and members of the City Council.
January 13, 2022
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