張堅庭、廖本懷夫人毛妹、楊諾思、甄詠蓓、鄭麗莎鼎力支持
國際培幼會「愛.女孩」攝影比賽頒獎典禮暨優勝作品展覽
集結社會力量 關注女孩福祉

Mr Alfred Cheung, Mrs Christine Liao, Ms Cindy Yeung, Ms Olivia Yan and Ms Lisa Cheng
officiated at Plan International Hong Kong’s “Because I am a Girl” Photo Competition Award Presentation Ceremony and Winners’ Exhibition,
calling for community support to help improve lives of disadvantaged girls

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新聞稿(即時發佈) 201142


張堅庭、廖本懷夫人毛妹、楊諾思、甄詠蓓、鄭麗莎鼎力支持

國際培幼會「愛.女孩」攝影比賽頒獎典禮暨優勝作品展覽

集結社會力量       關注女孩福祉


由國際培幼會主辦、英皇珠寶全力支持的「愛.女孩」攝影比賽經已圓滿結束,承蒙廣大市民及學生的支持和參與,比賽得到熱烈迴響。是次比賽以「愛.女孩」為主題,誠邀各界人士以獨特的觀察力、細膩的觸覺、關愛的心,及敏銳的鏡頭,表達「愛.女孩」的真正意義。十位評判包括(排名不分先後):藝術教育家(芭蕾舞)廖本懷夫人毛妹太平紳士、中華電力有限公司副主席阮蘇少湄女士、JEMS Learning House創辦人及校長馬露明小姐、麥嘜麥兜漫畫動畫系列插畫師麥家碧小姐、2010年度十大傑出青年及鋼琴家黃愛恩博士、英皇鐘錶珠寶集團董事總經理楊諾思女士、PIP文化產業藝術總監甄詠蓓女士、著名運動員鄭麗莎小姐、餐廚藝術家謝寧小姐及國際培幼會大使及著名導演張堅庭先生,以主題相關程度、表達訊息、創意、攝影技巧及構圖作為評分標準,嚴選出小學組、初中組、高中組及公開組的冠、亞及季軍。而不少愛心人士亦參加了「愛.女孩」攝影比賽「最受公眾歡迎獎」Facebook投票,選出各組別的「最受公眾歡迎獎」。為表揚一眾得獎者的表現,大會特於201142日假銅鑼灣時代廣場露天廣場舉行「愛.女孩」攝影比賽頒獎典禮,並於42日至4日期間,舉行「愛.女孩」攝影比賽優勝作品展覽。


是日,廖本懷夫人毛妹太平紳士、楊諾思女士、甄詠蓓女士、鄭麗莎小姐及張堅庭先生現身時代廣場露天廣場,出席「愛.女孩」攝影比賽頒獎典禮。活動先由毛妹芭蕾舞學校的精采舞蹈表演揭開序幕,隨後,主持梁奕倫邀請國際培幼會董事局成員陳達文先生上台致歡迎辭,再由國際培幼會行政總裁詹文利先生向各位「愛.女孩」大使及攝影比賽評判頒發以其童年照片設計的感謝狀,成為獨具心思、充滿意義的紀念品。其後,國際培幼會董事局成員Mr Kerry McGlynn獲邀上台,向活動的贊助機構英皇珠寶及為頒獎典禮提供舞蹈表演的毛妹芭蕾舞學校頒發感謝狀。


緊隨其後,嘉賓們逐一上台頒發獎項予各組別的得獎者,並分享對是次活動的體會和感受。大會首先安排由廖本懷夫人毛妹太平紳士頒發小學組的獎項,當司儀問及她對於是次比賽的感受時,廖太表示:「是次比賽不乏驚喜之作,整體的參賽作品水準亦十分高,因此評選工作實在不易呢!看到小朋友們也熱心支持『愛.女孩』行動,更是令人窩心。」


其後,由楊諾思女士頒發初中組的獎項,她笑言:「評審過程中,我體會到大家嘗試以不同的方式去傳達『愛.女孩』這訊息,有些作品直接反映女孩們貧困的生活,也有不少是正面地宣揚愛護女孩的意義。我尤其喜歡一些能觸動心靈的作品,因為能帶給我們反思空間。」



甄詠蓓女士負責頒發高中組的獎項,她說:「攝影比賽的評選標準跟演藝有不少相近之處,既要貼題,又要添加創意,若能傳遞到一些正面訊息給觀者更是佳作;而攝影更要講求拍攝技巧及構圖美感等,實在不易!因此今天的得獎者都是實至名歸的,很高興能親手頒發獎項給他們。」


鄭麗莎小姐則頒發獎項予公開組的得主,她說:「我知道很多香港人也喜歡拍攝,透過照片跟親友分享生活點滴,是次『愛.女孩』攝影比賽鼓勵大家透過照片,宣揚為女孩爭取平等待遇的訊息更是分外有意義,比賽得到眾多參賽者的支持,足見香港人真的充滿愛心!」


最後,由張堅庭先生頒發「愛.女孩」攝影比賽「最受公眾歡迎獎」及頒發紀念品予四位曾參與Facebook投票的幸運兒。張堅庭先生更分享了他跟培幼會的故事:「小時候家中的環境不太好,我們曾接受國際培幼會的教育及醫療援助,機構其後看到香港的生活水平得到改善,一度撤出香港;很高興他們於20097月重臨香港,讓我有機會支持他們,幫助全球各地有需要的人士,亦希望藉此機會呼籲一向善心的香港人,跟我一起支持國際培幼會。」


國際培幼會行政總裁詹文利先生表示:「感謝社會各界對國際培幼會『愛.女孩』攝影比賽的支持,活動雖是首次舉行,卻得到大眾的熱烈迴響,反應非常踴躍。各位評判從眾多參賽作品中選出優勝者,工作至為艱巨,在此我再次代表國際培幼會感謝他們的協助及支持。而『最受公眾歡迎獎』Facebook投票亦競爭激烈,足證大眾對於需要援助的女性及國際培幼會『愛.女孩』行動的關注。」


為期三天(星期六、日、一)的優勝作品展覽,更同場加設國際培幼會「愛.女孩」遊戲區,透過有獎遊戲,加深公眾對世界上因性別而遭受不公平對待的女性及國際培幼會「愛.女孩」行動的了解。






國際培幼會「愛.女孩」攝影比賽得獎作品一覽:


小學組


冠軍:滿足

──陳穎彤(聖博德天主教小學)

亞軍:幸福快樂的小女孩

──李羡怡(荃灣官立小學)

單的一件玩具,足以讓小孩滿足。生在香港是一件何等幸福的事呢!

可以帶給小女孩一生的快樂。

希望世界上的所有女孩子,都能一同擁有相片上小女孩的幸福快樂的笑容。

季軍:沙灘遊玩

──勞詠楊(九龍塘學校(小學部))

最受公眾歡迎獎:一條魚

──趙俊熙(九龍塘學校(小學部))

相片裡的女孩子是我的姐姐,我們一家人到沙灘堆城堡和拍照,我們感到很開心幸福,因為有爸、媽和姐姐的疼愛。而其他地區的女孩子受到不公平待遇,我感到很傷心、憤怒。

本上,我們在香港上生活絕對夠錢買這條魚,但是在貧困的國家就未必夠買。

而且在貧困國家中的女孩子就永遠都不能吃這魚,因為她們受到不公平的待遇。就算是一頓飯,她們也未必吃得上……

初中組

冠軍:我的理想

──黎俊傑(中華基督教會基協中學)

亞軍:兩小無猜

──林欣穎(英華女學校)

香港,男女都可以得到應有的待遇,但有一些國家男女的待遇不一樣,甚至女孩無法接受教育,甚至歧視,每一位都有自己的理想,在香港,每一個女孩都能夠追逐自己的理想,希望每一個女孩都珍惜這個機會。

入秋初,寒氣迫人,兩姊妹在嬉戲,她們歡樂的笑聲以及可愛的身影,活像兩個小天使,為這秋意濃濃的日子,增添一絲絲暖意……

季軍:笑容

──謝欣欣(惠僑英文中學)

最受公眾歡迎獎:天真無邪的小女孩

──林欣穎(英華女學校)

用害羞,來笑一個!











!在馬來西亞的夏日,小女孩天真無邪的笑容,是多麼的耀眼,多麼的純潔,多麼的動人!







高中組

冠軍、最受公眾歡迎獎:守護

──張璧殷(聖保祿學校)

亞軍:童年樂

──黎定邦(聖文德書院)

個女孩都是家人獨一無二的寶物,應該有權利得到他們的支持、關懷和愛護。

於雲南山區,玩具對她們來說是奢望,閒時只能於迆堆玩耍,彼此聯絡感情,從而養成互助互勉的情神。


季軍:歡迎

──黎詠欣(五旬節聖潔會永光書院)



南亞以船為家的貧民窟。圖中小女孩家境雖然清貧,喜見外人到訪,表現歡喜若狂的愉快心情。


公開組

冠軍:活在課室下……

──梁麗婷

亞軍:愛.笑.女

──梁嘉敏

貧民區的這個課室,連這個小女孩都容納不了,因為……我是女孩,我只能活在一個下課後的課室,偷偷坐在桌下感受、思考……你能給我一個讀書機會嗎?


孩子的笑容最甜美。愛能讓孩子健康地成長,也能讓他們保持純真的笑容。就讓愛充滿她們,讓我們每天都看見充滿愛的笑容。

季軍:行出我路

──鍾佩

最受公眾歡迎獎:謝謝您們的愛

──李詠詩

學的路雖然漫長和艱辛,但我一定會帶著重重的書包繼續,從而行出一條屬於自己的大路!

盒木顏色已讓她樂上半天,誰說女孩不需上學去?



英皇珠寶全力贊助「愛.女孩」攝影比賽,其後英皇珠寶將與國際培幼會繼續合作推動「愛.女孩」行動,為全球貧困女孩獻上愛心。



關於Plan國際培幼會

Plan國際培幼會於1937年成立,是全球其中一個規模最大的國際兒童慈善機構。協會總部設於英國,為世界各地超過一百五十萬名有需要的兒童及其家庭提供援助,並為約九百萬名居於協會工作地區的人士提供各方面的支援服務。協會於四十八個發展中國家進行兒童發展計劃,服務遍及非洲、亞洲及美洲,並在全球二十一個國家及地區設立捐助辦事處。計劃主要集中在兒童的教育、健康、生活環境、生計及建立關係方面,希望能長遠地改善孩子們的生活質素。


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For Immediate Release 2nd April, 2011.


Mr Alfred Cheung, Mrs Christine Liao, Ms Cindy Yeung, Ms Olivia Yan and Ms Lisa Cheng officiated at Plan International Hong Kong’s “Because I am a Girl” Photo Competition Award Presentation Ceremony and Winners’ Exhibition, calling for community support to help improve lives of disadvantaged girls


Plan International Hong Kong’s “Because I am a Girl” Photo Competition, sponsored by Emperor Jewellery, has drawn to a close. Thanks to the support and participation of the community and school students, the competition has been well-received. It invited members from various sectors of the community to depict the theme of “Because I am a Girl” with unique discernment, acute senses, loving hearts and sensitive cameras. The judging panel includes (in no particular order): Mrs Christine Liao, JP, Arts Educator (Ballet); Mrs Betty Yuen, Vice Chairman of CLP Power Hong Kong Limited; Ms Christine Ma, Founder and Principal of JEMS Learning House; Ms Alice Mak, renowned illustrator and the creator of the Mcmug and Mcdull characters; Dr Connie Wong, renowned pianist and winner of the Top Ten Outstanding Young Persons of Hong Kong, 2010; Ms Cindy Yeung, Managing Director of Emperor Watch & Jewellery; Ms Olivia Yan, Artistic Director of PIP Theatre Group; Ms Lisa Cheng, renowned athlete; Ms Tse Ning, renowned culinary artist; and Mr Alfred Cheung, renowned movie director. They have chosen the champions, first runners-up and second runners-up among the numerous entries from the Primary Group, Lower Secondary Group, Upper Secondary Group and Open Group according to the following criteria: thematic relevance, message, creativity, photographic technique and aesthetic composition. Besides, many benevolent members of the public have voted online for the “Public’s Favourite” award on Plan’s Facebook Fan Page. To commend the winners for their brilliant performance, an award presentation ceremony was held on 2nd April 2011 at the Open Piazza at Times Square in Causeway Bay with a winner’s exhibition to be held from 2nd to 4th April 2011 at the same venue.

Mrs Christine Liao, JP, Ms Cindy Yeung, Ms Olivia Yan, Ms Lisa Cheng and Mr Alfred Cheung made their appearance at the Open Piazza at Times Square for the award presentation ceremony of the BIAAG Photo Competition. It was unveiled by a spectacular performance presented by Christine Liao School of Ballet. Afterwards, master of ceremony Mr Roland Leung invited Dr Darwin Chen, Board Member of Plan International Hong Kong, to give the opening speech and Mr James Murray, Chief Executive Officer of Plan International Hong Kong, to present certificates of gratitude to the members of the judging panel. Designed with their own childhood photographs, these certificates made unique and meaningful souvenirs. Subsequently, another Board Member of Plan International Hong Kong, Mr Kerry McGlynn, handed certificates of gratitude to the campaign’s corporate sponsor, Emperor Jewellery, and Christine Liao School of Ballet, which performed in the ceremony.


Without skipping a beat, the guests proceeded onto the stage one after one to present prizes to the winners of all groups and to share their own experience in the event. Mrs Christine Liao, JP, first presented the awards of the Primary Group. Asked about her feelings towards the competition, she expressed, “The competition was full of surprises. The works were of high standard in general, making it difficult for me to judge. It was also heart-warming to see children’s support for the campaign of ‘Because I am a Girl’.”


Ms Cindy Yeung then bestowed awards for the Lower Secondary Group. She spoke with a big smile, “I experienced how everyone tried to bring out the message of ‘Because I am a Girl’ in a variety of ways while going through the photos. Some of them directly portray girls living in poverty, and a number of them promote love for girls in a positive manner. I am personally most drawn towards works that touch the heart because they provide us with food for thought.”


Ms Olivia Yan was invited to present prizes to awardees of the Upper Secondary Group. She said, “Photo competitions and performing arts share a lot of similarities: you’ve got to express a theme creatively, and it’s better yet if you manage to get positive messages across, not to mention the aesthetics on top of these. Every winner deserves his/her prize. I’m very glad to be handing the prizes to the winners here today.”


Prizes of the Open Group were presented by Ms Lisa Cheng, who said, “I know that many Hong Kong people enjoy photography and love sharing their lives with friends and family through photos. The BIAAG Photo Competition is particularly meaningful as it advocates fair treatment for girls. We’ve seen the loving nature of Hong Kong people from the overwhelming support the competition has received.”


Lastly, Mr Alfred Cheung bestowed the “Public’s Favourite” award and presented special gifts to four lucky voters who voted on Plan’s Facebook Fan Page. Mr Cheung shared with the audience his personal experience with Plan, “When I was small and my family was in want, we benefited from Plan’s educational and medical aid. I’m pleased with their return to Hong Kong in July 2009, which has enabled me to support them in helping the needy around the world. I also wish to take this opportunity to invite all the kind-hearted Hong Kong people to support Plan together with me.”


Mr James Murray, Chief Executive Officer of Plan International Hong Kong, expressed his gratitude for the community’s support for the BIAAG Photo Competition, “Although the event was run for the first time in Hong Kong, we are happy to have received substantial support form the public. The members of the judging panel had a tough time selecting the most outstanding pieces from the numerous entries received. I would like to thank the judges again for their benevolence and hard work. The voting for the ‘Public’s Favourite’ award via our Facebook Fan Page also received great response. We are indeed touched and thankful for the concern and support that Hong Kong has rendered to the needy girls across the world and for the ‘Because I am a Girl’ campaign.”


Winning works of Plan International Hong Kong’s “Because I am a Girl” Photo Competition:


Primary Group


Champion: 滿足

Chan Wing Tung (St. Patrick's Catholic Primary School)

First runner-up: 幸福快樂的小女孩

Lie Sin Yi (Tsuen Wan Government Primary School)

單的一件玩具,足以讓小孩滿足。生在香港是一件何等幸福的事呢!

可以帶給小女孩一生的快樂。

希望世界上的所有女孩子,都能一同擁有相片上小女孩的幸福快樂的笑容。

Second runner-up: 沙灘遊玩

Carlos Lo (Kowloon Tong School (Primary Section))

Public’s Favourite” award: 一條魚

Chiu Tsun Hei (Kowloon Tong School (Primary Section))

相片裡的女孩子是我的姐姐,我們一家人到沙灘堆城堡和拍照,我們感到很開心幸福,因為有爸、媽和姐姐的疼愛。而其他地區的女孩子受到不公平待遇,我感到很傷心、憤怒。

本上,我們在香港上生活絕對夠錢買這條魚,但是在貧困的國家就未必夠買。

而且在貧困國家中的女孩子就永遠都不能吃這魚,因為她們受到不公平的待遇。就算是一頓飯,她們也未必吃得上……

Lower Secondary Group

Champion: 我的理想

Lai Chun Kit (The Church Of Christ In China Kei Heep Secondary School)

First runner-up: 兩小無猜

Lam Yan Wing (Ying Wa Girls' School)

香港,男女都可以得到應有的待遇,但有一些國家男女的待遇不一樣,甚至女孩無法接受教育,甚至歧視,每一位都有自己的理想,在香港,每一個女孩都能夠追逐自己的理想,希望每一個女孩都珍惜這個機會。

入秋初,寒氣迫人,兩姊妹在嬉戲,她們歡樂的笑聲以及可愛的身影,活像兩個小天使,為這秋意濃濃的日子,增添一絲絲暖意……

Second runner-up: 笑容

Tse Yan Yan (Wai Kiu College)

Second runner-up: 天真無邪的小女孩

Lam Yan Wing (Ying Wa Girls' School)

用害羞,來笑一個!











!在馬來西亞的夏日,小女孩天真無邪的笑容,是多麼的耀眼,多麼的純潔,多麼的動人!







Upper Secondary Group

Champion and “Public’s Favourite” award: 守護

Linda Cheung (St. Paul's Convent School)

First runner-up: 童年樂

Lai Ting Pong (St. Bonaventure College and High School)

個女孩都是家人獨一無二的寶物,應該有權利得到他們的支持、關懷和愛護。

於雲南山區,玩具對她們來說是奢望,閒時只能於迆堆玩耍,彼此聯絡感情,從而養成互助互勉的情神。


Second runner-up: 歡迎

Lai Wing Yan (PHC Wing Kwong College)



南亞以船為家的貧民窟。圖中小女孩家境雖然清貧,喜見外人到訪,表現歡喜若狂的愉快心情。


Open Group

Champion: 活在課室下……

Leung Lai Ting

First runner-up: 愛.笑.女

Leung Ka Man Karmen

貧民區的這個課室,連這個小女孩都容納不了,因為……我是女孩,我只能活在一個下課後的課室,偷偷坐在桌下感受、思考……你能給我一個讀書機會嗎?


孩子的笑容最甜美。愛能讓孩子健康地成長,也能讓他們保持純真的笑容。就讓愛充滿她們,讓我們每天都看見充滿愛的笑容。

Second runner-up: 行出我路

Echo Chung

Public’s Favourite” award: 謝謝您們的愛

Lee Wing See

學的路雖然漫長和艱辛,但我一定會帶著重重的書包繼續,從而行出一條屬於自己的大路!

盒木顏色已讓她樂上半天,誰說女孩不需上學去?



The “Because I am a Girl” Photo Competition is fully supported by Emperor Jewellery, which is the corporate sponsor of Plan’s “Because I am a Girl” campaign.




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