HONG KONG,Chong Hok Tong Education Centre

18 Dec

2016 Hong Kong CHANG HOI CHING

How colourful are these designs from students of the Chong Hok Tong Education Centre in Hong Kong, China!

The first design has been created by Chang Hoi Ching age 11 who says: We wish for peace because life is beautiful.

These next two designs have been created by Lee Wai Shan age 11 and Leung Hiu Yan age 10.

We wish for peace because we all want to live in love and harmony.

We wish for peace because it brings us peace and love.

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The landscape design has been drawn by Tam Hoi Ching, Bernice, age 12. Bernice says: We wish for peace because we are brothers and sisters!

The first portrait design has been created by Kong Tsz Yiu, Jesse age 10 whose quote says: We wish for peace because no peace, no love and hope.

The second portrait design has been done by Lam Ming Wai age 8. We wish for peace because peace brings us together!

We wish for peace because peace brings us happiness by Li Ka Wing age 12.

We wish for peace because we can live in happiness! by Rita Lee age 10.

Designs by Tso Yin Yi amazingly just 5 years old and Sze Naomi Phoebe age 6.

We wish for peace because we can live happily with our friends.

We wish for peace because we want to live in a wonderland.

And finally drawings by Ng Cheuk Yan, Cyan age 6 and Tsang Yuet Yiu, Elysia age 11.

We wish for peace because peace makes us pleased!

We wish for peace because world peace is everyone’s wish.

A very well done to all these students for their dedication and hard work in producing such artistic designs. Much appreciation also to Mike Chan, their Mentor for coordination of the project in Hong Kong.

Flag of Hong Kong

The flag of Hong Kong features a white, stylised, five-petal Hong Kong orchid tree (Bauhinia blakeana) flower in the centre of a red field. The red symbolises China as well as being a traditional colour for happiness. The flag of Hong Kong was first officially hoisted on 1 July 1997, in the handover ceremony marking the transfer of sovereignty.

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