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Prince Foundation Congratulates Cambodia Men’s National Volleyball Team on Their Success at the 32nd SEA Games

Phnom Penh, Cambodia, 18 May 2023 – Prince Foundation held a congratulatory ceremony at the Volleyball Federation of Cambodia (VFC), in honor of the Cambodia Men’s National Volleyball team who won the SEA Games silver medal. Tokens of appreciation were gifted to the SEA Games silver medalist, alongside their coaches. The event was also graced by distinguished VFC representatives.

Prince Foundation, spearheaded by Cambodian philanthropist and Prince Holding Group Chairman Chen Zhi, has continually supported the Cambodia Men’s National Volleyball team over the last five years. This includes the sponsorship of an experienced coach and the facilitation of international friendly matches.

Mr. Gabriel Tan, the head of Prince Foundation, expressed his admiration for the team’s hard work and dedication, which ultimately led to their recent triumph at the 32nd SEA Games. He further highlighted the Foundation’s unwavering commitment to promoting sports development in Cambodia, emphasizing the profound impact on the community.

“Securing the silver medal in the final game against the formidable team from Indonesia is a remarkable achievement that testifies to the team’s unwavering dedication and tenacity,” said Mr. Tan. “The hard work, resolve, and passion for the game will undeniably steer the team towards even grander victories in the future, including the much-anticipated gold medal in the coming years.”

Prince Foundation encourages participation in sports at all levels, fostering robust communities while promoting individual health and well-being. The Foundation remains committed to endorsing sports development as a catalyst for positive change in Cambodia and will continue to enrich the country’s sporting landscape through its corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives.

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