Primary Group: P.2 – P.6 students
Secondary Group: S.1 – S.6 students
Contestants may submit an additional fai chun to compete for the newly added “Most Creative Writing Award”.
|Award||No. of winners||Reward|
|Gold||3 winners each group|
|Silver||3 winners each group|
|Bronze||3 winners each group|
|Merit||10 winners each group||Certificate 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 Writing Award|
Refer to requirements for this award
|1 winner (no finals)|
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)
As recommended by the Su Yi Chuan Calligraphy Association of Hong Kong
UNESCO Hong Kong Association Glocal Peace Centre Secretariat
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.
Founding Chairman, Su Yi Chuan Calligraphy Association of Hong Kong
Contestants please complete the enrolment form before submitting their calligraphic work.
Please write your name and contact number on the back of your submissions.
Post your work to the UNESCO Hong Kong Association Glocal Peace Centre Secretariat. Indicate “Calligraphy for Peace” on the envelope.
Remember to write your name and contact number on the back of your submissions.
The postmark date must be on or before the deadline.
"Calligraphy for Peace"
UNESCO Hong Kong Association
Rm 1206, C C Wu Building,
302-308 Hennessy Road,
Submission deadline (by postmark date)
Competition regulation enquiries: 8109 0109 (Su Yi Chuan Calligraphy)
General enquiries: 3158 2889 (GPC)