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Un Wa Lok

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President and Director General, Language Exchange and Culture Promotion Association

Macao, Special Administrative Region

Un Wa Lok is the president and director general of the Language Exchange and Culture Promotion Association (LECPA). The work of LECPA includes cultural education, multicultural integration, global citizenship education, and the promotion of United Nations international days and languages. In her role, Un Wa directs her team in organizing events, cultural-awareness campaigns, and activities that advocate for social changes in local communities, especially marginalized groups. In addition, Un Wa works at the Macau Productivity and Technology Transfer Center, managing projects to assist small and medium-sized enterprises with technical and vocational education and training. Un Wa is also a member of the UNESCO SDG4Youth Network. Un Wa’s goal is to raise awareness of global issues and cultivate global citizenship through the lens of culture.

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