Exhibition of "Precious Moments in Macao" 2015 Photography Competition open to public


(Macao—XX October 2015) The public exhibition of the "Precious Moments in Macao" 2015 Photography Competition is to be held from 1 to 6 November 2015 at Lou Lim Ieoc Garden Pavilion with free admissions. This year’s competition has received a total of 952 submissions from 220 contestants via its online portal from 22 May to 11 June 2015. These submissions portray the beauty of Macao’s landscape and its people, depicting touching moments of love, happiness and warmth. The winning works of the "Precious Moments in Macao" 2015 Photography Competition will be displayed at the Lou Lim Ieoc Garden Pavilion from 1 to 6 November 2015, during the opening hours from 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. All visitors are welcome. There are 53 winning entries in this year’s competition and the top three winners are: First Prize: Lam Sze Chun; Title: Colourful Life Second Prize: Wan Wai Sai; Title: Happy New Year Third Prize: Leong Son Io Antonio; Title: Marching to the Future The special feature prize of this year’s competition is titled “Creative Industries for Economic Diversification” since the Government has been actively promoting the creative sector in recent years, and the fledgling sector has been thriving under a series of supporting policies. This year’s competition is jointly organised by the GCS, eight photographic associations and five media organisations – Photographic Society of Macao, Photography Salon Society of Macao, Macao Association for the Promotion of Photographic Art, Macao Association of Photographers, Macau Multi Media Photographic Association, Macao Association of Photographic Art, Macao Camera Lens Art Association, Macao Digital Photography Association, Macao Media Workers Association, Macao Journalists Club, Macao Journalists Association, Macao Media Club and Macao Association of Sports Journalists.



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