Inclusion-themed comics on showcase at Wong Chuk Hang MTR station
From a touching portrait of a mother with visual impairment to a witty analogy of the damage discrimination causes, the shortlisted and winning comic strips from the EOC’s “Generation-i” multimedia competition drive home the message of inclusion in vibrant colours, and are now on display at Wong Chuk Hang MTR station until the end of June 2019.
Launched in 2018, the competition sought to nurture an interest in creative expression and a commitment to the cause of diversity and equality among the younger generation. Local secondary students were invited to draw a comic strip or make a short video about what inclusion means and why it matters. Nearly 100 entries were submitted in total.
Take a look at the fruits of the students’ creative energy when you drop by Wong Chuk Hang this month. The winning videos have also been uploaded to the competition's website. For details, please click the links below.