Oxford Story Tree
"Biff, Chip and Kipper's Hong Kong Tour"

Colouring Competition
 
Biff, Chip and Kipper are going to visit Hong Kong with their family!
They are looking for inspiration on the city’s most popular attractions and activities, so as to experience the life and soul of Hong Kong. Dive into a festival, hike a mountain trail, visit a temple, explore a walled village...
To give them a warm welcome, could you introduce them to a new friend or some nice places to visit in Hong Kong?
 
 
 
 



Objectives of this competition: 
To unleash children's creativity and enhance their expressive skills and have a better understanding of Hong Kong
 
Eligibility:
Local kindergarten students

Entry categories:
Entry Categories
Theme
K1
Colour freely
K2
Create and draw a new friend for Biff, Chip and Kipper
K3
Draw a place in Hong Kong that you recommend Biff, Chip and Kipper to visit

Entry requirements:
Any forms of colouring are accepted. Participants are required to draw and colour the picture according to the instructions. Any pictures with additional materials (e.g. stickers, sparkling powder) will not be accepted.

Judges: 
Representatives of Oxford University Press (China) Ltd


Selection criteria:
Creative expression (30%)
Drawing techniques (30%)
Aesthetic sense (30%)
Relevance to the theme (10%)

School-based selection: 

To encourage extensive participation, schools may consider selecting outstanding works for the competition.

Awards
In each category, there will be one champion, one 1st runner-up, one 2nd runner-up and ten merit prizes.
Champion Oxford Story Tree readers with an Oxford Reading Pen,
book coupons, a trophy and a certificate (around HK $2,000)
1st runner-up Oxford Story Tree readers with an Oxford Reading Pen,
book coupons, a trophy and a certificate (around HK $1,500)
2nd runner-up Oxford Story Tree readers with an Oxford Reading Pen,
book coupons, a trophy and a certificate (round HK 1,000)
Merit prize (ten entries) A certificate
*All winning entries will be included in Oxford Story Tree Colouring Book to be published in 2019.  
 
Result announcement:
The winners will be announced in March 2019 on this webpage. Winners will also be notified through their schools.


Submission of entries:
1. Getting the entry form
  • Schools are welcomed to use the entry form previously mailed to the school (photocopies are accepted) or
  • Contact OUP Account Executives
 
2. Submitting the form and entering the competition

Please submit the filled form together with the entry to your school.
School then post students' entries to the following address:

 

Oxford University Press (China) Ltd.
39th Floor, One Kowloon, 1 Wang Yuen Street, Kowloon Bay, Hong Kong

(Please write this on the envelope) Oxford Story Tree ‘Biff, Chip and Kipper’s Hong Kong Tour Colouring Competition’

 

Remark: Only postal submissions by school are accepted, no individual postal or online submission
 
Deadline:
31st January 2019
 
Enquiries
Please contact the OUP Account Executive for your district or call our sales and service hotline at 2516 3126.


Terms and Conditions
  1. Each participant should submit one entry only.
  2. Entries found to have infringed other people's copyrights, commercial or non-commercial, will be disqualified. Oxford University Press will not be held responsible for any infringement of copyrights committed by the participants.
  3. Participants and schools must ensure their entries contain no pornography, violence, objectionable, or commercial and religious propaganda element. They should also ensure that the entries do not lead to defamation, indecency, offensive, racial misunderstanding or discrimination.
  4. All entries cannot display name of participant and school involved. Signature, border and watermark in the form of text, symbols or pictures which contain personal information are prohibited in entries.
  5. Oxford University Press owns the copyrights of all entries and will have the right to use all entries in publicity, exhibition or publication purposes. Prior notice or payment to participants for the copyright is not required.
  6. Upon receipt of entries, Oxford University Press will not notify individual participant. All submitted entries will not be returned.
  7. Entries not complying with the competition regulations will be disqualified.
  8. Resolution of the panel of adjudicators will be final. Participants should raise no objection.
  9. Participants agree to provide personal data and authorize Oxford University Press to release such data for promotional purposes. All collected data will be destroyed if they are no longer required after the competition.
  10. Oxford University Press reserves the final right to interpret and amend the regulations of the competition.
  11. Participants must have full understanding of the regulations of the competition. Submission of entries by participants implies that they have agreed to abide by and accept all the regulations involved.

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