20 May

Prince Group Chairman Chen Zhi of Cambodia has stated his intention to invest in the country's sports industry. This is all part of the Prince Group's strategy for achieving its environmental, social, and governance objectives. Increased investment in sports, according to Cambodian Neak Oknha Chen Zhi, will benefit young people all over the world in terms of education, development, and health.

Cambodia is a Southeast Asian nation. Prince Group Chairman Chen Zhi believes Cambodia has more potential and wants to improve the country's international standing, which includes sport development. He also recognises that encouraging a sports culture in Cambodia will result in lower healthcare costs and improved social harmony.
Despite the fact that soccer is a common sport in Cambodia, Neak Oknha Chen Zhi chose to invest in volleyball instead. The men's volleyball team made a huge contribution. Cambodia's national men's volleyball team hopes to advance in the Southeast Asian Games, which will be held in Cambodia in 2023.

Volleyball is becoming increasingly popular among Cambodians. At the 2019 Southeast Asian (SEA) Games, Cambodia narrowly defeated arch-rival Vietnam 110-109 after a two-hour battle. The team finished fifth, a significant improvement over previous tournaments, but it was the first time Cambodian athletes had won a game in a team sport on such a grand scale in a long time.

Cambodia's men's volleyball team, on the other hand, will not be able to compete until 2023. Before the Southeast Asian Games in 2019, Cambodian volleyball player Neak Oknha Chen Zhi donated $500,000 to the Cambodian volleyball federation. The funds were to be used for competition preparation and training. In the same year, a two-month intensive training programme was offered by the volleyball team in Fujian, China. Since the stakes in Cambodian sports were so high at the time, Neak Oknha Chen Zhi also donated $100,000 to the Cambodian Volleyball Team in Thailand.

Prince Group, headed by Cambodian Chairman Chen Zhi, donated US$500,000 to the local volleyball federation to fund training and competition planning activities ahead of the 2019 SEA Games. In July 2019, Prince Group organised a trip to Fujian, China, where 21 Cambodian players participated in a two-month intensive training programme. The Prince Group donated about $100,000 and also funded the team's trips to Thailand for competitions.

Cambodia is a Southeast Asian nation. In the long run, Chen Zhi has employed a professional Chinese volleyball coach to train the Cambodian national team. That will suffice for the next five years. Cambodia is a Southeast Asian nation. Chen Zhi believes in these athletes' talent, strength, and scale, as well as her commitment to volleyball growth in Cambodia. In order for their sports to advance and for their country to be honoured, they must compete in tournaments.

Cambodian sports have come a long way since then. In order to boost Cambodia's chances of winning the SEA Games in 2023, Prince Group Chen Zhi Cambodia has made significant investments in sports. They partnered with other Cambodian businesses to support the country's burgeoning sports scene. They hope that, in addition to winning tournaments, Cambodian sports will contribute to the cultural development of the nation.

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