Sponsored by Taiwan’s Bureau of Foreign Trade and Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA), LOHAS Taiwan Excellence 2022: Jump for Love has received overwhelmingly responses with 3,773 videos uploaded since the online rope jumping preliminaries begun on 16 May 2022. It was really encouraging to know that the youngest contestant is only 6 years old, while the eldest is 70 years old, and Johor took the spot of the most contestants. It has in fact motivated many people to jump rope for love.
Following a round of elimination by a panel of professional judges, 80 participants successfully made it into the finals into four categories, namely the double-legged and freestyle jump. The finals will be a live event scheduled for the 25th of June as contestants vie for the top spots.
The long-awaited LOHAS Taiwan Excellence 2022: Jump for Love charity campaign has kicked off at Sunway Velocity Mall. The event was jointly unveiled by Director of Taiwan Trade Center Eva Peng, Representative of Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Malaysia H.E Ms. Anne Hung, Deputy Director of Sports Division of Kuala Lumpur Youth and Sports Department Mr. Halman Salleh (from left to right)
In this charity event, every jump made by participants are converted into Love Points. Great news is that the participants have successfully exceeded the 800,000-points target set by the organiser. Taiwan Excellence is donating a range of products including KARMA wheelchairs, AROMASE shampoo, TATUNG electric cookers, SIMBA feeding bottles, rice, oil and biscuit worth RM 50,000 to the Suriana Welfare Society - a children welfare organization devoted to helping children from low-income families. As a gesture of gratitude to the organizers for their donation, the children sang a touching rendition of during the opening event.