Macao, 28 September 2012
To tap the infinite creativity and stimulate artistic potential of the youth in Macao, and to celebrate its 40th anniversary, CEM partnered with the Macao Artist Association and ORBIS to hold the Macao Student Charity Drawing Competition at the Coloane Power Station this month. Upon completion of the four matches, the organizer received a total of nearly 300 entries. The judging panel of the competition was consisted of Vice President of Macau Artist Society Ng Wai Kin, Secretary General Pun Kam Leng, Director General Sio In Leong, Director of Development of ORBIS Macau Vivian Lo, CEM Advisor to Executive Committee Iun Iok Meng, Generation Department Senior Manager Ip Kam Veng and Communications and Public Affairs Office Manager Jaclyn Iun.
The theme of the competition was “energy delivers quality of life”. Participants were divided into two groups of 8 to 12 years old and 13 to 18 years old. Each group will have one Gold Award winner with MOP 3,000 and trophy, one Silver Award winner with MOP 2,000 and trophy, a Bronze Award winner with MOP 1,000 and trophy, and 12 Excellence Award winners with MOP 500 and certificates.
Junior Group winners are: Gold Award, Lou Weng Sam (Colégio Anglicano de Macau)；Silver Award, Choi I Teng (Escola Kao Yip）；Bronze Award, Ho, Tzu I Mary（Escola de Aplicação Anexa à Universidade de Macau）；12 Excellence Awards namely, Wong Hei Teng（Escola Secundària Pui Ching）；Chao Wun Lam（Colégio de Santa Rosa de Lima - Secção Chinesa）；Chan Chon Hei（Instituto Salesiano da Imaculada Conceição）；Kuan Man I（Escola de Aplicação Anexa à Universidade de Macau）；Leng Ho I（Escola Secundària Pui Ching）；Ho Hoi Wan（Colégio Anglicano de Macau）；Chan Pui Hei（Colégio de Santa Rosa de Lima - Secção Chinesa）；Ho Hoi Wan（Colégio Anglicano de Macau）；Wong, Hoi Ching Kyrie（Escola de Aplicação Anexa à Universidade de Macau）；Chao Chi Hun（Colégio de Santa Rosa de Lima - Secção Chinesa）；Lei Iek U（Escola Secundària Pui Ching）and Lei Ka In（Escola Secundària Pui Ching）.
Senior Group winners are：Gold Award, Mak Si Un（Escola Hou Kong）；Silver Award, Tam Kit Fan（Escola Xin Hua）；Bronze Award, Leong Kin Ip（Escola Tong Nam）；12 Excellence Awards namely, Cheong Lai Kan（Colégio Mateus Ricci）；Lei Ieng Iong（Escola Para Filhos E Irmãos dos Operàrios）；Un Chi Hin（Escola Ling Nam）；Lei Mei I（Escola Hou Kong）；Wong Wai I（Escola Para Filhos E Irmãos dos Operàrios）；Lao Weng Lam（Colégio Perpétuo Socorro Chan Sui Ki）；Ip Weng Lam（Escola Tong Sin Tong）；Tam Cha Chun（Sheng Kung Hui Escola Choi Kou (Macau)）；Ieong Sok Teng（Escola Estrela do Mar）；Mak Si Un（Escola Hou Kong）；Loi Lok Si（Escola Kao Yip）and Choi Sou Kei（Escola Kao Yip）.
The judges expressed their appreciation of the outstanding performance of the participants, saying that most of the participants had never been to the Coloane Power Station before and it’s really great of them to accomplish these creative drawings on the spot within such a short time. This competition is not an ordinary student drawing competition, as 13 of the winning entries will be selected to produce a 2013 desktop calendar for charity sale and raise funds for ORBIS. This one not only allows teenagers to participate in meaningful fundraising events but may also help more visually impaired people to recover their sight.
The results of the competition have been uploaded to CEM’s website www.cem-macau.com, and the winners will be notified individually. The award ceremony will be held during the “Energy Fun Fair” at the Tap Seac Square on October 14, and the winning entries will also be displayed at the event. The desktop calendar will be available for sale during the day.