IIM Photo Exhibition “My Macay My Love!”
The opening ceremony of the exhibition of the photo contest “My Macau My Love!” took place on October 27, a joint initiative of the International Institute of Macau, in co-organization with the Macau Digital Photography Association, the Club Leo Macau Central and the Macau Heritage Ambassadors Association, and with the sponsorship of the Macau Foundation. This year had a significant participation of young students and the public, having received more than 270 photographs in the competition, ending August 28, in order to stimulate the knowledge of the population, especially among the youngest, of the wealth of heritage and traditions that shape Macao's culture.
The jury, represented by Yuen Vai Man, Si Wun Cheng, on behalf of the Macau Digital Photography Association, António R. J. Monteiro, respectively representing IIM, Fong Chon Ip of the Club Leo Macau Central and Ng Chi Wai of the Macao Heritage Ambassadors Association.
After evaluating the works, Ho Un Kuan, Wang Jun Jing and Wu Sai Hang ranked first in the student category, while José Manuel da Costa Giga, Lei Chi Fan and Tam U Hang were classified in the general category. In addition, twenty works awarded with honorable mention and a special prize presented by a member of the Macau Digital Photography Association.
The opening ceremony of the exhibition was also attended by the participants, winners and juries of the competition, among the special guests, the Consul General of Portugal in Macau and Hong Kong, Dr. Paulo Cunha Alves, the Director of the Portuguese Institute of the East (IPOR), Dr. Joaquim Coelho Ramos, the President of the General Assembly of the Macau Digital Photography Association, Dr. Yen Kuacfu, the Representative of the Club Leo Macau Central, Mr. Fong Chon Ip, Deputy Director of Public Relations for the Macau Heritage Ambassadors Association, Ms. Sally, Ng Chi Wai and the Secretary-General of the Macau International Institute, Dr. Rufino Ramos.
The photographs are shown in the Chun Chou Tong pavilion at the Lou Lim Ieoc Garden until 30th October, daily between 9 am and 7 pm, under the preventive measures of the COVID-19 pandemic.