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Calligraphy for Peace

Youth Fai Chun Calligraphy Contest

Have you ever written Fai Chun before? Fai Chun is a traditional decoration of Chinese Calligraphy that is often used during Chinese New Year. Chinese put Fai Chun in the doorways to create festive atmosphere.

Chinese Calligraphy is vital to the Chinese Culture. The traditional has been inscribed in the World Intangible Cultural Heritage Listopen_in_new by UNESCO in 2009. Learning and appreciating this unique oriental art can help calm and heal one’s mind. The contest aims to promote Fai Chun culture that is expressed with Chinese Calligraphy.

Our first “Youth Fai Chun Calligraphy Contest” promotes the peace message and encourage young people to participate in writing Chinese Calligraphy. We hope that this event will be able to bring liveliness in the wake of spring, and echo the opportunity of “resurrection” and a great start for 2021.

Within 17 SDGs, Calligraphy for Peace is related to with the third SDG, “good health and well-being” on account of the relaxing nature of Chinese Calligraphy.  Participants relieve their stress after taking part in our Youth “Fai Chun” Calligraphy Contest. Also, this activity achieves the fourth and the eleventh SDGs, which are respectively quality education and sustainable cities and communities. Being a kind of World Intangible Cultural Heritage, Chinese Calligraphy can maintain the Chinese tradition and encourage the peace message.

Programme curated by Mr PUN Ping Hung

Target Participants

Students of primary and secondary schools

Participant Groups

Participant Group
Primary Group P. 2 – P. 6 students
Secondary Group S. 1 – S. 6 students

Requirements

General requirements
  1. Text: (A)平安和樂    |  (B) 和平是福     | (C) 和諧平安   | (D)和氣心平    | (E)如意和平
  2. Select one to three text above and write vertically in any calligraphic script.
  3. Each contestant can submit at most three fai chuns (each in different text or calligraphic script).
  4. Paper: (Gold-sprinkled) Red or orange Xuan Paper
  5. Paper size:
    Primary group: 11cm × 35cm (Height)
    Secondary group: 17cm × 70cm (Height)
  6. Contestants may be required to hand-in a second sets of fai chuns after selected for the finals
Requirements for the Most Creative Writing Award

Contestants may submit an additional fai chun to compete for the newly added “Most Creative Writing Award”.

  1. Refer to the above section for contents
  2. The submission to compete for this award must be clearly labelled as such.
  3. Submissions must contain both creative and calligraphic elements
  4. Paper size should be in between 11cm x 35 cm – 17 cm × 70 cm, i.e. half of the length of a piece of 4-inch couplet paper
  5. There is only one round of selection for this award. There are no finals.

Awards


AwardNo. of winnersReward
Gold3 winners each group
  • Certificate issued by UNESCO Hong Kong Association Glocal Peace Centre
  • Book vouchers
  • Stamped Poster
Silver3 winners each group
Bronze
3 winners each group
Merit
10 winners each groupCertificate issued by UNESCO Hong Kong Association Glocal Peace Centre

🆕 Outstanding Participation Award

Awarded to schools with the most students participating

10 schools (primary and secondary)
🆕 Most Creative Award
Refer to requirements for this award
1 winner (no finals)
  • Certificate issued by UNESCO Hong Kong Association Glocal Peace Centre
  • Book vouchers
  • Stamped Poster

Judging panel

Chief judge and convener: Mr. Pun Pang Hung, Founding Chairman, Su Yi Chuan Calligraphy Association of Hong Kong (Chief judge of the 2017 Calligraphy for Peace Youth Fai Chun Calligraphy Contest)

Judging panel for the preliminary round

As recommended by the Su Yi Chuan Calligraphy Association of Hong Kong
UNESCO Hong Kong Association Glocal Peace Centre Secretariat

Judging panel for the final rounds
  • 黃元鼎講師 (Archaic scripts)
  • 莫建美導師 (Calligraphy)
  • Principal Ms CHIM Yin Chu (Secondary schools)
  • Principal Ms LEE Lai-Mei (Primary schools)
  • School Supervisor Ms LEE Wai Sum  (Education)
  • Calligraphy master Mr. PUN Pang Hung  (Chief judge)
  • Mr. David Man (UNESCO Hong Kong Association Governance Community Engagement Co-Chair)

Tutorial

How to easily cut out the correct paper size for a fai chun? What is some best practices to create your own fai chun?

Watch Master Pun’s tutorial for tips to increase your chances in the contest. 

Mr. PUN Ping Hung

Founding Chairman, Su Yi Chuan Calligraphy Association of Hong Kong​

1

Enrolment​

Contestants please complete the enrolment form before submitting their calligraphic work.

 

2

Create work

Create your work for Calligraphy for Peace, following the requirements.

Please write your name, your participation group and your school name on the back of your submissions.

3

Submission

To submit your work

Post your work to the UNESCO Hong Kong Association Glocal Peace Centre Secretariat. Indicate “Calligraphy for Peace” and your group on the envelope.

Remember to write your name, your participation group and your school name on the back of your “fai chuns”.

The postmark date must be on or before the deadline.

"Calligraphy for Peace"
UNESCO Hong Kong Association Glocal Peace Centre Secretariat
Rm 1206, C C Wu Building,
302-308 Hennessy Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong




Submission deadline (by postmark date)

1 March, 2021 (Monday)
Days
Submission closed

4

Preliminary Results + Entering the finals

  1. The Preliminary results will be announced on late March 2021 on GPC Facebook Pageopen_in_new (participants will be individually informed of the results, and the competition final’s contents and requirement) ;
  2. Outstanding Participation Award winning schools and winners of the Most Creative Writing Award shall also be announced simultaneously.

5

Finals

After all submissions of the finals are received, the winners will be announced in April 2020 on this webpage as well as on our Facebookopen_in_new Page.

6

Winning Works

The following works belong to Gold, Silver, Bronze and Most Creative Awardees.

Primary Schools
Secondary Schools
Most Creative Award

Remarks

  1. The decision of the judges invited by the organiser shall be final and conclusive;
  2. Select participants may be required to demonstrate their calligraphy skills, in order to prove the submitted work are legitimate;
  3. All submitted works shall not be returned to the participants. The organiser may publish, exhibit the submissions for promotion purpose;
  4. The organiser reserves the right to amend the rules of the contest.
Enquiries for Calligraphy for Peace

call Competition regulation enquiries: 8109 0109 (Su Yi Chuan Calligraphy)

call General enquiries: 3158 2889 (GPC)