"Railway Know It All" Colouring Competition
The Corporation received over 5,000 entries for the "Railway Know It All" Colouring Competition and the results were announced. Each winner is awarded a certificate and a prize. Thank you for the enthusiastic participation!
" Railway Know It All " Comic
To translate complicated railway knowledge into easily understandable language, the MTR Corporation, cooperated with the Technological and Higher Education Institute of Hong Kong (THEi) and the Hong Kong Design Institute (HKDI), invites a group of Higher Diploma students studying in Creative Media to create a series of comic stories on railway related topics. Starting from September 2012, not only at the Corporation's new railway project websites where you can find these fun and creative stories, they are also available on newspaper to introduce railway knowledge. The comics will be printed and distributed to schools, libraries and youth centres.
" Railway Know It All " Comic
* The photos are provided by Hong Kong Design Institute (HKDI)
WIL ex-David Trench Rehabilitation Centre Worksite Hoarding Drawing Competition
To nurture a sense of responsibility to the environment among students with their creativity, the Corporation has joined contractor and the Bonham Road Government Primary School to organise a hoarding drawing competition for its students. Featuring the theme of "My Environmental Friendly Community", nine winning pieces showcasing students' green ideas were selected from 40 entries to be displayed on the ex-David Trench Rehabilitation Centre worksite hoardings adjacent to the school. An unveiling ceremony was held on 27 April at Bonham Road Government Primary School.
Lee Fook Chong
My Environmentally Friendly Community
Li Wai Ying
Embellish the Environment
Environmentally Friendly Living
West Island Line Tunnel Boring Machine Naming Competition
Co-organised by the MTR Corporation and Central and Western District Council, "West Island Line Tunnel Boring Machine Naming Competition" was completed in April with overwhelming response from the students and schools in the local community. Nearly 800 submissions were received.
The award presentation ceremony was held on 11 July 2011 and was well received by the 100 participating students and school representatives.
"Jade Rabbit" and "Lu Ban"
School with the most entries:
SKH Lui Ming Choi Memorial Primary School
For more information, please refer to the "West Island Line Tunnel Boring Machine Naming Competition" Leaflet.
The Corporation is committed to maintaining communication with the community and adheres to its vision of connecting and developing the community with care throughout the construction of this new railway.
The WIL is a community railway. We believe in the importance of giving back to the community in which we live and work. In the past year, the WIL project team frequently visited community service organisations to care for those in need.