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IFT to host charity masquerade ball
A charity event named “Earth play for a day” will be held on November 27 at the Institute for Tourism Studies (IFT) aiming to provide participants with opportunities to experience different cultures in a day and also contribute to charity at the same time.
Organised by the tourism and event management Year 3 students of the IFT, the event will be made up of a carnival and a masquerade ball.
All proceeds generated from the day, after deducting necessary expenses, will be donated to Caritas Macau for child care purposes, the IFT said in a statement.
The carnival will be held from 3 pm to 6 pm at the Inspiration Building on the IFT campus. The venue will be designed into two pavilions with a theme of “mysterious culture” and “traditional culture” separately.
It will be followed by the masquerade ball at 7.15 pm at the campus Amphitheatre. A series of activities such as games, exhibitions, performances and a photography competition related to the theme of world travel will be carried out at the same time.
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