Registration for the first-ever Illustration Contest for Classical Chinese Poetry, sponsored by Jiahui International Hospital, has now ended. Thank you everyone for your enthusiastic participation and support. Online voting for the ‘Star Illustrators’ will begin on June 20 and run until July 21, 2019. A team of professional judges will also help select ‘Talent Illustrators.’
Before that, let's meet the panel of judges. Coming from a range of professional backgrounds, these four individuals will be selecting the winners in our ‘Talent Illustrator’ category.
The Panel of Judges
雷乔英 Qiaoying Lei
Founding Teacher of Whittle School in Shenzhen Campus, Head of Chinese Teacher Recruitment
Lei is a Doctor of Ancient Chinese Literature, with a strong background in Chinese language and culture. She worked in the International Department of Tsinghua University High School and was in charge of the Chinese Ministry. Lei is responsible for teaching and research in primary and secondary schools, as well as large-scale Chinese cultural activities, Chinese cultural exploration and practice activities and organizational planning and coordination of extracurricular clubs.
Chinese textbook Huazhang Qingyun and course design for the International Department of Tsinghua University High School
That’s National Arts Editor
Bryan is currently the National Arts Editor with That's Magazines. He was previously the Shenzhen Editor at That's PRD and has written about music, art and culture since completing his journalism degree in Dublin. Being Irish, Bryan is possessed of a poetic soul and enjoys the work of poets from the modernist era, like T.S. Eliot, Hart Crane, as well as the exuberance of mid-century poets like Lorca, Ginsberg, Frank O'Hara and many more.
荆孝敏 Xiaomin Jing
Editor, Vice President of China Intercontinental Press
Engaged in foreign publishing for more than 20 years, participated in the planning, application, publication of 100 foreign publishing projects and won a number of awards. Participated in the review of some publications and foreign cultural exchange programs as an expert.
Quintessence of Chinese Traditional Culture, Series of Contemporary Chinese books, Series of Beauty of China, Regional Promotion Project of Spanish Works of Contemporary Chinese Writers, Chinese National Treasure Series of Picture Albums, Chinese Traditional Story Picture Books and many more.
陈勇仁 Yongren Chen
Studio Manager of Urban Story Creation and Curator, Director and Researcher at Shanghai City Project
Born in Taipei and living in Shanghai, Mr. Chen is engaged in telling stories about Shanghai through illustration, multimedia, derivative design, 3D printing and literary creation. His work attempts to express the enriched and varied urban stories of Shanghai and thus create a name card for this branded city.
At present, the Shanghai City Project has completed five sub-themes:
- Old Buildings
- History and Culture
- Environmental Protection and Sustainable Development
- Shanghai Old Brand
- People and Logistics
About the Contest
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About Jiahui International Hospital
Jiahui International Hospital (JIH) is the first tertiary level international hospital in Shanghai and represents the cornerstone of Jiahui Health’s healthcare system. JIH’s experienced and multilingual physicians, of which 25% are from abroad, deliver leading global healthcare covering all major medical specialties.
JIH focuses on patient-centric care
with 500 beds (246 beds in phase I) and outpatient services. JIH’s
featured specialty services include Jiahui International Cancer Center,
Women’s Health, Pediatric Services, Orthopedics and Sports Medicine.
Through a state-of-the-art Emergency Unit, JIH offers a full-spectrum
24-hour medical services, including a fully equipped rabies prevention
JIH has a strategic collaboration and is co-branded with Massachusetts General Hospital, a teaching hospital affiliated with Harvard Medical School.
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