Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office hosting photo collage competition, prizes include two round-trip tickets from Singapore to Hong Kong

Eligible participants must be aged 18 to 30.

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Published: 12 April 2022, 12:55 PM

To commemorate the 25th anniversary of the establishment of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office is hosting a youth story competition from Apr 4 to 30.

The competition takes place in relation to the ongoing Hong Kong: Through the Looking Glass miniature exhibition at the East Atrium of Suntec City which will last until Apr 17.

The free exhibition features 40 handmade miniature models which highlight different aspects of Hong Kong life, ranging from its food culture to its architecture and national development. 

Participants will have to submit a four-frame square collage which features the various displays from the exhibition by Apr 30. 

The collage should be “weaved to tell a Hong Kong story” and to show affection for the city.

Submissions for the frame can come in the form of a sketch, photo or artist rendition but it must be taken at the miniature exhibition.

Youths aged 18 to 30 are invited to participate in the competition. Participants will be limited to one entry each. 

The champion stands to win two round-trip tickets from Singapore to Hong Kong which are sponsored by the Hong Kong Tourism Board. Additionally, a total of 20 special souvenirs will be awarded as consolation prizes. 

Winners will be announced on Jul 1.

For more instructions on how to enter the competition, do check out their website.

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