Here are Our 2019 St. Patrick's Day Photography Contest Winners

By Ned Kelly, March 17, 2019

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Over the last few weeks, we held a photography competition in conjunction with Le Chéile, the Irish Community in Shanghai, together with the Consulate General of Ireland in Shanghai.

The theme of the competition was 'Green in China' — be it something at that reminds you of the Emerald Isle, or simply a flash of the color itself here in the Middle Kingdom.

The results were announced at the Irish community's 2019 St. Patrick's Day Parade Family Day Event at the historic Waitanyuan district by the Bund on March 9.

Without further ado, here were the winning photos in each category...

Under 16

Winner: Ethan Wang


Winner 2: We could not resist giving 5-year-old Kevin Li a prize too


Over 16

Winner: Melanie Ham


Best of the Rest (sorry if we missed you off!)










Thanks to everyone who participated and congratulations to all our winners!

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