"Dream of Flying -I am a small scientist" Beijing -Hong Kong -Macao Children’s Children’s Painting Competition Starts

People’s Daily Online, Beijing (Reporter Lu Jing) "Dream of Flying -I am a small scientist" Beijing, Hong Kong and Macao Children’s Painting Competition officially launched on June 1.

The launching ceremony is carried out at the same time in Beijing, Hong Kong, and Macau by combining offline. From now to July 15th, children or children from 3 to 14 years old in Beijing, Hong Kong and Macau can be submitted to the competition. The theme of the works of this painting contest is scientific, dream, and future. The creation can use various forms such as Chinese painting, watercolor, oil painting, digital works, design works, installation works, and comprehensive materials.

The competition will set up children’s and juvenile groups, and each group will select special, first, second, and third prizes and excellent prizes. At that time, all the award -winning works will be exhibited at the contest exhibition and awarded the award certificate and medals. It is worth mentioning that He Chaoqiong, the president of the Beijing, Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan Overseas Chinese Women’s Association, served as the chairman of the executive committee of this competition, and Chen Lihua, the honorary chairman of the Beijing Hong Kong, Macao Overseas Chinese Women’s Association, served as the honorary chairman of the competition jury.

Taking art as the medium, to give more diverse artistic inspiration and presentation to the dream of science and technology, plant the next seed of science in the hearts of children in Beijing, Hong Kong and Macao. The growth of the child’s heart and the bloom of the flowers blooming. This is an innovative practice of the "zero distance" of the "zero -distance" spiritual communication across the epidemic.

It is reported that this competition is guided by the Beijing Women’s Federation, hosted by the Beijing, Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan Overseas Chinese Women’s Association, co -organized by the Women’s Joint Association of Hong Kong, the Macau Women’s Federation, and the Capital Women’s Journalist Association.