The deliberation of the “Promoting Honesty” video contest targeting secondary students, organised by the Commission Against Corruption (CCAC), was completed recently. The Champion, 1st runner-up and 2nd runner-up of the Senior Secondary Group are from Yuet Wah College (Cheating‧Game), the Workers’ Children High School (1st Runner-up) and the 5th School of the Diocesan College of Saint Joseph (Father and Son) respectively. The three finalists of the Junior Secondary Group are from Hou Kong Middle School (Mummy Understands), the 5th School of the Diocesan College of Saint Joseph (A Moment of Greed) and the Workers’ Children High School (Contentment Brings Happiness) respectively. The videos of the Workers’ Children High School (Bribery‧A Dream) and Hou Kong Middle School (Social Newsflash) received the most “Like” by the online voters and were awarded the “Most Popular Video Award” of the Senior Secondary Group and the Junior Secondary Group respectively. In addition to the above awards, the complete list of awards with the Merit Awards and Awards for shortlisted videos has been uploaded to the CCAC’s website (www.ccac.org.mo). The CCAC will notify the winning students about the arrangements of prize collection.

The contest received satisfactory response, a total of 89 entries from 18 schools were collected from the students. The deliberation meeting was held recently. The judge panel, comprising Professor of Department of English of the University of Macau, Tan See Kam, Chairman of the supervisory board of Association of Audiovisual CUT, Ho Ka Cheng, art and cultural worker, Joe Tang, local young director, Ao Ieong Weng Fong and Head of Education and Awareness Division of the CCAC, Ao Man Wa, selected 15 videos from each group based on the theme expression, creativity and inspiration, as well as filming techniques of the videos. Subsequently, the Champion, 1st runner-up, 2nd runner-up and Merit Awards were selected from the shortlisted videos. The judges praised highly the entries and believed that a lot of them are creative and with high standard. The filming skills and editing techniques are quite good as well. They also agreed that through organising this contest, the CCAC is able to guide the students to recognise the importance of integrity and to establish a correct value of money.