Mandapop king Wang Leehom has recently signed on to become the ambassador of World Vision Malaysia (WVM) where he will be collaborating with the organisation to highlight about the impact of poverty on children and communities in his “Come See My World” campaign.
The 42-year-old singer is no stranger to World Vision and is a Child Sponsor of 20 children from Laos and Sierra Leone. He has visited World Vision’s community transformation projects in various places including China, Laos and Sierra Leone.
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We're really excited that @wangleehom is our World Vision Malaysia Ambassador! 🎉🎉🎉 . Did you know that Leehom is a child sponsor? He has also visited our community transformation programmes and other projects in China, Laos and Sierra Leone! . Come see the world of the children we serve and help transform their lives and communities for good! 🙌 . Join Leehom and sign up to sponsor a child today at the link in our bio. . #ComeSeeMyWorld . 我们感到很荣幸，能够邀请到王力宏担任马来西亚世界宣明会爱心大使！🎉🎉🎉 . 你知道吗？ 力宏也是一位儿童助养人！他曾经前往中国、寮国和塞拉利昂，探访世界宣明会在当地推行的社区发展计划和救援项目。 . 今天就和王力宏一起加入助养人的行列，走进孩童的世界，帮助有需要的一群，为他们的生命带来转变！🙌 欲知更多详情，可登陆 bio 的连接。 . #ComeSeeMyWorld
“The ability to be happy and how to cultivate that in our children, I think it’s so important for our future,” the award-winning singer said during a press conference at Le Meridien Kuala Lumpur.
“The moments when you’re happy in life are so precious. For me, I’m very happy because I know that I’m contributing to society and that feeling of contribution is very important to me.”
“I believed that a lot of people when they’re able to contribute to something bigger than themselves, it can be a great source of happiness,” he added.
This is not the first time the American-born Taiwanese becomes the ambassador of WVM. In 2012, Leehom was named as the 30-Hour Famine Ambassador during WVM’s 15th anniversary, where he set a personal goal to find sponsors for 3,000 children living in impoverished conditions.
World Vision has been around for 70 years and its main aim is to promote human transformation, seek justice for the oppressed and demonstrate the love of God for all peoples regardless of religion, race, ethnicity or gender.