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KUCHING, Sept 17: Photography enthusiasts, take note. A photography contest is being held in conjunction with the 17th Kuching Intercultural Mooncake Festival 2018, which starts today and ends Sept 24.
The contest is open to all Malaysians, and the photos are to be taken during the festival at Carpenter Street, China Street, Ewe Hai Street, Wayang Street and Plaza Merdeka Shopping Mall.
Entries can be presented in any style, except ‘cut and paste’ or ‘superimpose of sceneries’. It must be printed on photo paper and the size must be 8” x 12” only. There is no limit to the number of entries, but each entry must have the name, identity card number, address, email address and contact number of the participant on the back of the photograph.
The winner will be RM500 richer. The second place winner gets RM400, while the third place winner will be rewarded with RM300. There will be three consolation prizes of RM100 each.
The organiser is not charging any entry fee, but the participants must bear the cost of printing and delivery. In addition, the organiser will not be responsible for any damage or loss caused during the submission of the entries.
None of the entries will be returned, and the organiser reserves the right to use all entries without prior notice to the entrant. The organiser is also not responsible for any legal proceedings involving the misappropriation of other people’s works.
All entries must be submitted to No. 39, Carpenter Street, Kuching, Sarawak on or before 4pm on Oct 30, 2018.
The results of the competition will be announced in the newspaper and news portals, and the winners will be notified by phone. The decision is final and any objection will not be entertained. The organiser has the right to change, add or delete the rules of the competition without prior notice.
For more information, contact Chin at 0128055100 or Shau at 082410168.
The 2018 Kuching Inter-Cultural Mooncake Festival is open from 6.30pm to 11pm at the renowned Carpenter Street and Ewe Hai Sreet, Kuching.
It is hosted by the Federation of Kuching Division Community Associations and organised by Old Market Community Association with the support of the Chief Minister of Sarawak and Ministry of Tourism, Arts, Culture, Youth and Sports. — DayakDaily