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April
Exhibition of flower show drawing competition at Kowloon Park
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Winning entries of the Nanyang Commercial Bank Student Drawing Competition of Hong Kong Flower Show 2007 are on display at the Kowloon Park Arcade until April 29.

The exhibition showcases the talents of students in arts and features impressive drawings of flowers and garden displays in the Hong Kong Flower Show 2007.

The competition held on March 16, was one of the activities of the flower show, to demonstrate students' flair and enhance their awareness of conserving plants and the natural environment.

Organised by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department, the competition was in four categories - Junior Section in Primary School (Primary One to Primary Three); Senior Section in Primary School (Primary Four to Primary Six); Junior Section in Secondary School (Form One to Form Three); and Senior Section in Secondary School (Form Four to Form Seven).

Fung Chun-ling from Jockey Club Ti-I College, and Ip Pui-man from Mrs Cheng Yam On Millennium School were respective overall winners for the Secondary School Section and Primary School Section.

This year, the drawing competition attracted about 2,000 students from more than 160 schools. Apart from the exhibition at Kowloon Park Arcade, the winning drawings are also available for viewing at the department website http://www.lcsd.gov.hk until April 29.

For enquiries, please call 2697 8030.

Ends/Monday, April 2, 2007
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