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“New Era with a Bright Future” 4-frame Photo Competition

Hong Kong has always been where East meets West, old and new intertwine. After returning to the Motherland, Hong Kong has continued to innovate and develop on all fronts including environment and community planning, recreational and cultural furtherance. Hong Kong is heading for an even brighter future as the city integrates into the Motherland’s national development roadmap.Target participants: Full-time secondary school students in Hong Kong (Secondary School Category) or the public (Open Category) can enrol as an individual to either one of the categories and submit one entry only.Objectives: Hong Kong has been growing and evolving since returning to the Motherland. On the infrastructure front, there are the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge and the High Speed Rail (Hong Kong Section); in environment and community planning, the city has developed extensive harbour front promenades and marine or wetland parks; cultural and sports facilities have been expanded by Xiqu Centre, the West Kowloon Cultural District as well as the ongoing project of Kai Tak Sports Park construction. The competition aims to encourage all to showcase the diverse facets of Hong Kong—its cityscapes and people, through visuals to express the beauty of Hong Kong and aspirations for its future.Prizes and AwardsSecondary School Category    Champion: HK$5,000 scholarship and trophyFirst Runner-up: HK$3,000 scholarship and trophySecond Runner-up: HK$2,000 scholarship and trophyMerit Awards: (5 winners for each category) HK$1,000 scholarship and trophy eachTop Participating School: (3 winners for each category) HK$1,000 book voucher and trophy eachOpen Category    Champion: HK$8,000 cash and trophyFirst Runner-up: HK$5,000 cash and trophySecond Runner-up: HK$3,000 cash and trophyMerit Awards: (5 winners) HK$1,500 cash and trophy each

FarmFest 2022 (Online sales)

In light of the latest developments of COVID-19, FarmFest 2022, originally scheduled to be held from January 7 to 9 at Fa Hui Park in Mong Kok, will be cancelled, while the concerned online sales will remain as scheduled. Members of the public can purchase local agricultural and fisheries products from January 11 noon to January 26 noon at the FarmFest website, www.farmfesthk.com.

The 8th Hong Kong Games

To further promote the "Sport for All" culture in the community, the Sports Commission has organised the Hong Kong Games (HKG) biennially since 2007. HKG is a territory-wide major multi-sport event with the 18 District Councils (DCs) as participating units. The objectives of the HKG are to provide districts with more opportunities for sports participation, exchanges and co-operation, and to encourage active public participation in sports. Apart from improving sporting standards at the district level, HKG can also strengthen the public's sense of belonging to the district they live in and help promote community cohesion through facilitating communication and fostering friendship among the 18 districts. The 8th HKG is organised by the Sports Commission and co-ordinated by its Community Sports Committee, with the 18 DCs, the Leisure and Cultural Services Department, the Sports Federation & Olympic Committee of Hong Kong, China, the Hong Kong Amateur Athletic Association, the Hong Kong Badminton Association, the Hong Kong Basketball Association, the Hong Kong Football Association, the Hong Kong Amateur Swimming Association, the Hong Kong Table Tennis Association, the Hong Kong Tennis Association, the Volleyball Association of Hong Kong, China, the Hong Kong Paralympic Committee & Sports Association for the Physically Disabled and the Hong Kong Sports Association for Persons with Intellectual Disability as co-organisers.