The Leisure and Cultural Services Department continues to organise the Sai Kung Beach Carnival cum Sai Kung District Sand Sculpture Competition this year, aiming to enhance public interest in sand sculpture and their awareness in keeping the beaches clean.
The event was held at Clear Water Bay Second Beach today (November 6). The sand sculpture competition attracted lots of participants, whose works were based on the themes, ranging from marine ecology, harmonious relationship between people and trees, environmental protection to fitness walking. Other highlights of the event included cheerleading and choir performances, beach cleaning, castle-like inflatable bouncer, handicrafts and games stalls.
Ends/Sunday, November 6, 2011
(1) Photo shows sand sculptors demonstrating their creativity and team spirit.
(2) Photo shows the lively and stunning work entitled "Rebirth" which won the overall championship in the competition. It cheers up the people in Japan who have survived the earthquake and tsunami.
(3) Families enjoy the weekend by participating in a games stall of the carnival and making handicrafts.