Anniversary photo competition winners

28 Sep 2012


Corinne Faulkner, UK

Florida was such a fun time visiting Disneyland, although I got swallowed up by Jaws.

(Florida, US, 1988)

Duccio Alabiso, Italy

We were camping in Italy.

(Tuscany, Italy, 1985)

Grace Lam, Hong Kong

The people dressed in simple mono colour clothing in front of the colourful Tiananmen Square in Beijing.

(Beijing, China, 1985)

Matthew Slutzkin – Australia

Where have all the rickshaws gone? The photo was taken in Middle Road, behind The Peninsula Hotel in Hong Kong.

(Kowloon, Hong Kong, 1981)

Pamela Lui, Hong Kong

I was standing in front of Space Shuttle Challenger located in Kennedy Space Center in Florida in 1984. Challenger was the workhorse of the early days of the Shuttle fleet, setting numerous records and leaving behind a legacy of education, inspiration and safety. Challenger was disintegrated after launch during its 10th mission in 1986 killing all seven astronauts on board. It was a memorable tragedy!

(Florida, US, 1984)


Richard Russell, US

This was taken at the centre of Shenzhen 30 years ago. Shenzhen has now been transformed into a modern cityscape and become one of the 13 emerging megalopolises in China.

(Shenzhen, China, 1980)

Sammi Meng, China

I was enjoying my day by the West Lake in Hangzhou, China.

(Hangzhou, China, 1987)

Tracey Duggan, UK

This is a picture of me and my boyfriend around 1983. We were on Stanley Beach on the south side of Hong Kong, which was little more than a run-down old Chinese fishing village at the time. Today there is no more beach on this side of Stanley – in its place there is a huge concrete breakwater, a wide promenade and lots of expensive restaurants and bars, as well as the relocated Murray House that used to be in Central.

(Stanley, Hong Kong, 1983)

Runners Up

Kang Ween Lian, Malaysia

It was not just a camel ride, but great family fun!!

(Perth, Australia, 1989)

Lau Hui Hua, Malaysia

Everyone loved to take picture of the airport during old days.

(Manila, Philippines, 1982)

Kris Leung, Hong Kong

Pilatus is the name of the mountain (2132 meters high) not far from the Chapel Bridge.  It was a popular tourist spot at that time!

(Luzern, Switzerland, 1989)

Ricky Wong, Hong Kong

Time can tell: In 1989 Gorbachev, the leader of USSR allowed other political associations to coexist with the Communist Party, it ended into dissolution of the Soviet Union.

(Moscow, Russia, 1989)

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