Draw My Story of Stamps Contest and Special Exhibition “Fight Against The Epidemic Together” at Communications Museum


Communications Museum will organize the 2021 Draw My Story of Stamps Contest, in order to encourage & discover more artists to participate in cultural creative arts & design through stamps. The contest will still be divided into three age categories: Children Group, Youth Group and General Group. This year, all participants are required to use stamps or souvenir sheets issued by Macao China in their submitted works.

The winners of First Prize, Second Prize, Third Prize and Appreciation Awards will be given fabulous prizes, and souvenirs will be offered to the guidance teachers of all participants. In addition, a Participation Award will also be awarded to the school or association with the highest number of submitted works as an appreciation of their support. The deadline submission of works by hand or by mail will be 5:30pm on August 13th, 2021 (Friday). For details on regulations and registration form, please visit the website of Communications Museum.


The well received exhibition “Fight Against the Epidemic Together” is still at the museum’s gallery of 1FL. Other than the commemorative issues by postal administration from different countries and regions to support the fight against the epidemic, there are two documentary films “Stamp Memory of the Great Spirit of Combating the COVID-19 Epidemic” and “Unsung Hero”, provided respectively by China Post Group and Macau Civil Servants Federation, being broadcasted at the exhibition galley and Mini-Theatre. Schools and organization are welcome to book their visit.

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