Vote Now in Our Inaugural Chinese Poetry Illustration Contest!

By That's, June 20, 2019

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Thank you everyone for your support and enthusiastic participation in our first-ever Illustration Contest for Classical Chinese Poetry, sponsored by Jiahui International Hospital. Online voting is now open to the public. It’s time to cast your votes for our awesome illustrators! 

How to Vote

Start filling out your ballot by following 优智家UrbanFamily on WeChat (scroll down for a detailed voting guide). From there, you have two ways to select your favorites: 

1. Search for the ID number or name of a specific contestant and vote for their submission.

2. View all entries in each category and vote for your top works.

Each WeChat ID can vote up to five times per day. You can only vote once per day for each individual submission.

Voting Period

June 20 - July 21, 2019

The Awards

1. In each group (elementary school, junior high school or high school), the contestants who receive the highest number of votes per poem will be awarded the title of ‘Star Illustrator.’

2. Among all the entries, qualified contestants selected by the professional Panel of Judges will be awarded the title of ‘Talented Illustrator.’

Note: two awards can be won at the same time.

The Panel of Judges

Vote Now in Our Inaugural Chinese Poetry Illustration Contest!

Xiaomin Jing

Editor, Vice President of China Intercontinental Press

Yongren Chen

Studio Manager of Urban Story Creation and Curator, Director and Researcher at Shanghai City Project

Qiaoying Lei

Founding Teacher of Whittle School Shenzhen Campus, Head of Chinese Teacher Recruitment

Bryan Grogan

That’s National Arts Editor

Detailed Voting Guide

Below, we’ve provided a handy bilingual visual guide outlining how to vote.

Important note: Please do not share any voting link replies from 优智家UrbanFamily’s official WeChat directly with your friends, as each ballot is tied to individual WeChat accounts. Otherwise, your vote may fail to be recorded properly.

That's Poetry Contest Voting

That's Poetry Contest Voting

That's Poetry Contest Voting

That's Poetry Contest Voting

That's Poetry Contest Voting

That's Poetry Contest Voting

That's Poetry Contest Voting


About the Contest

Poetry Contest

Business Enquiries: Please call 400-820-8428 or email sales@urbanatomy.com.


About Jiahui International Hospital

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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 clinic.

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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Special Thanks

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