We are delighted to announce that twelve young artists have been selected as finalists in the "Year of the Rabbit" drawing competition 2022 from more than 600 entries. Their adorable bunny creations have not only been printed on T-shirts but also showcased on lightboxes along the main street, from Townhall to Haymarket.
In recognition of their outstanding achievement, the winning children have been invited to participate in the prestigious Chinese Garden's New Year celebration. They have also been granted the opportunity to share their experiences in an interview with ABC media.
Congratulations to our talented young artists! Their remarkable artworks have captured hearts and now grace both the streets and the spotlight.
Angelina Wanh – 11 years old
Zhengyou Bai – 10 years old
“Dumpling Rabbit loves to eat. She is warm-hearted and cute so everyone likes her,” Christina Lee said of her drawing.
Christina Lee – 10 years old
Munching on noodles and moon cake
My rabbit is called Sparkle and she loves Chinese moon cake. I drew a cute rabbit eating moon cake just like my rabbit used to. The rabbit symbolises beauty, peace and good luck in China.
Doris Wang – 6 years old
Sarita Jiang – 9 years old
Worawan Wongwijit – 8 years old
Lola Yang – 8 years old
Dian Jiao – 9 years old
Cathy Zhang – 9 years old
Mengyang Tang – 8 years old
Lydia Shi – 10 years old
Sophia Wang – 8 years old