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This Department will organize a series of webinars on Marine Parks and Marine Ecological Resources in July and August 2020. 12/7/20201430-1530 Mandy Lo Lost, and Found: Dolphin1530-1630 Stan Shea Fantastic Fishes and Where to find them 2.018/7/2020 1430-1530 Lydia Pang Myth about clamming1530-1630 Vriko Yu Restore corals ‧ rebuild biodiversity29/8/20201430-1530 Dr. Apple Chui, Christy Kong, Elvis Wong 《Coral Academy》A journey to coral restoration1530-1630 Dr. Cheang Chi Chiu, Yiu Wai Hong Forest on the Move30/8/20201430-1530 Dr. Tsang Ling Ming Diversity & Ecology of Marine Crustaceans in Hong Kong1530-1630 Gomen See The Clownfish which Loves to Bite
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Objectives • To raise students’ awareness of environmental protection through the competition.• To disseminate the message of protecting our marine environment and marine life through exhibitions of winning entries. Theme All entries should take “Keeping the marine environment clean" and "Protecting marine life” as the theme. Eligibility Local full-time primary and secondary students. Categories 1) Family Group (P.1 - P.3 students & parents)2) Senior Primary Group (P.4 - P.6)3) Junior Secondary Group (F.1 - F.3)4) Senior Secondary Group (F.4 - F.6) Specifications of Entries 1) All entries must be a 4-panel comic and original work of entrants.2) There are no limitations on the size of each panel, painting tools and styles. However, entries must be drawn or colour printed on plain A3 drawing paper (29.7cm x 42 cm).3) Entries produced using computer must be submitted together with a digital copy (in JPEG/AI format with 300 dpi resolution). No need to submit digital copy for non-digital entries.4) Entries may contain words and captions in Chinese or English.