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Photo chance for Nathan Road Centenary
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     Following the "Photo-op at Government House" student photography event in March, Youth.gov.hk is joining with Solar Project 2009 of  Radio Television Hong Kong to hold another youth event.  Coinciding with the Nathan Road Centenary, this event aims to help youngsters to make good use of their free time and fulfil their potential by inviting them to submit photos featuring Nathan Road.

     Nathan Road carries the footprints of Hong Kong people. The precinct has borne witness to Hong Kong's development over many decades. The event provides a platform for a nostalgic look back into the past and for the young to go through a historic journey in this living time capsule.

     From now on until July 13 at noon, Youth.gov.hk members are welcome to take part in the event by submitting two photos featuring Nathan Road via email to [email protected] The photos should be in jpeg, jpg or gif file format, each with a file size not exceeding 2MB. The winning entries selected will be used as the cover design of the Nathan Road Centenary E-book.

     The first 50 participating members will each receive a $50 book coupon and a Nathan Road Centenary gift set. Other participants will also get a chance of receiving other Nathan Road Centenary and Youth.gov.hk souvenirs on a first come, first served basis.

     Members whose photos are uploaded will also have a chance of receiving a Hong Kong Book Fair "Book Lover Super Pass". The photos selected by the professional judging panel as the cover design of the Nathan Road Centenary E-book will be on display at the Solar Project 2009 closing ceremony concert. Other outstanding photos will also be uploaded onto the Uth Studio of the Youth.gov.hk website in August. For further details regarding the event, please visit www.youth.gov.hk or send your enquiries to [email protected] .

     Youth.gov.hk is a portal that provides online services for young people. Apart from special features on a variety of topics, there is also detailed information on interest classes as well as arts and cultural activities. Visit the website (www.youth.gov.hk) to learn more.

Ends/Tuesday, June 30, 2009
Issued at HKT 14:49

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