WATCH: 2017 Smartphone Photo Contest Awards Party

By That's PRD, April 21, 2017

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Some fine lads and ladies came out to our first ever smartphone photography contest awards ceremony held earlier this month at Sky Hall on Party Pier. 

Finalists saw enlarged versions of their photos exhibited around the room, while free-flow beer, wine and snacks kept guests loose and in the mood to mingle. Huawei’s P10 smartphone experience booth was pretty sweet too.

Want to see just how good you all looked that night? Watch the video recap here (VPN off)

Stay tuned to our website and WeChat accounts (ThatsGuangzhou and ThatsShenzhen) for news about upcoming contests later this year.

Have cool photos of the PRD and South China? Connect with us on Instagram @ThatsPRD or tag #thatsprd for a chance to be featured on our feed or in the City Snapshot column of our magazine.


Hats off to our amazing sponsors, it wouldn't have been possible without you!

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Platinum Sponsors: 
Huawei, Zapatas, Chile, FIJI Water, Goose Island, Pearl River Beer, Viking Beer and Feel More Bagels

Gold Sponsors:
The Westin Guangzhou, Marriott Hotel Shunde and Dolphins Photo Studio

And last, but certainly not least, a major thanks to our deck master DJ Tangen for the groovy music.


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