“Mission MOME” Promotes Positive Energy with Love
“Mission MOME”, the first commonweal MOME TV programme, will be broadcasted on MOME TV, including Transmac buses, taxis, Royal Supermarket outlets and other online channels, from 29 December 2015.
“Mission MOME” is a brand new reality show produced by MOME TV. The major idea of the programme is to pass on hope and encouragement to the target of each episode by showing support and fulfilling his/her dream. MOME also aims to spread out positive attitude and offers an opportunity for the general public to get to know the real life of the local disadvantaged community.
Tommy Hoi, the target of the first episode, is one of the members of Association of Parents of the People with Intellectual Disabilities of Macau (AFEDMM). He was diagnosed with cerebral palsy since he was small, but he never felt low with his physical defect. Today, he actively takes part in paralympics and operates a Taobao purchase business by himself. Realizing Hoi’s dream of taking a helicopter trip, MOME worked along with Macau General Aviation and Flying Association (MGAFA) to present a surprised to him.
Hoi demonstrated how he did internet shopping with the tailor-made device.
Presenting the surprise to Hoi.
Mr. Michael Wong happened to be the pilot of the helicopter trip.
Hosted by Macau artists, Hyper Lo and Josie Ho, the first episode presents the message of “optimism keeps you motivated and energetic” by telling the story of Hoi. The shooting is fully supported by MGAFA, Hong Kong Aviation Club and Heliservices HK.
Joe Liu and Joseph Chan, the Directors of MOME, were very confident that the new programme would be an innovative and inspiring series. “As a new media company, we do not merely offer information and entertainment for local citizens and tourists, but spread out positive messages and raise attention to the disadvantaged community with the power of media that MOME TV has,” said Liu.
“Our mission is to promote aviation knowledge and technology to the public, and offer a platform of exchange and learning to aviation amateurs. We are very happy to participate in the shooting of ‘Mission MOME’ and offer Tommy a chance to fulfill his dream towards aviation,” said Clovis Chu, the President of MGAFA.
“Thank you MOME for inviting us to be the first collaborating organization of ‘Mission MOME’, we like the programme idea a lot. I believe through MOME’s professional production and high media coverage, we will be able to allow the society to understand more about the local disadvantaged community. The story of Tommy is very encouraging, and I hope his story can change the stereotype towards intellectually disables,” said Chang, the Chairman of AFEDMM.