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2011
June
Exhibition of prize-winning flower show photos starts today
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     Winning entries from the "Symphony of Spring Flowers" Photo Competition of the Hong Kong Flower Show 2011, which was organised by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department (LCSD) and held in March at Victoria Park, are now (June 18) on display in Kowloon Park Arcade until July 17, from 7am to 11pm daily. Admission to the exhibition is free.

     The photo competition, jointly organised by the LCSD and the Television Broadcasts Limited (TVB), was one of the show's major fringe activities to promote community greening. This year, the competition received over 5 200 entries.

     The competition was divided into three categories - Category A: Portrait of TVB Artistes and Miss Hong Kong (Open Section and Student Section); Category B: Flowers; and Category C: Snapshots.

     Winning entries include impressive photographs of beautiful flowers, plants and interesting features, and portraits of artistes from TVB and Miss Hong Kong 2010 title holders in the garden displays.

     Winning entries are also uploaded at LCSD's website, www.lcsd.gov.hk, for public viewing.

     For enquiries, please call 2601 8260.

Ends/Saturday, June 18, 2011
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The first-prize entry in the Portrait of TVB Artistes and Miss Hong Kong (Open Section) category. The winner is Ng Siu-wai.

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The first-prize entry in the Portrait of TVB Artistes and Miss Hong Kong (Student Section) category. The winner is Chan Wai-yu from Homantin Government Secondary School.

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The first-prize entry in the Flowers category. The winner is Pang Ting-kwok.

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The first-prize entry in the Snapshots category. The winner is Ng Shun-kan.

 

 

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