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“Post to Compete” Social Media Advocacy Challenge

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To instil the value of fair competition into the minds of the younger generation before they join the workforce, the Competition Commission (Commission) launched the "Post to Compete" Social Media Advocacy Challenge (Challenge) in December 2017, inviting all tertiary students to formulate creative and strategic social media advocacy plans in teams to promote the Competition Ordinance (Ordinance).


"Post to Compete" promotional video (Video in Cantonese only)


The contest was very well-received. Participating teams submitted proposals after attending a training workshop in February 2018 where they learnt the key concepts of the Ordinance and tips on social media advocacy tactics. 


"Post to Compete" workshop (Video in Cantonese only)


Fourteen finalist teams from different institutions were then shortlisted to compete for online eyeballs by publishing creative feeds on social media platforms from 12 to 20 April 2018. Experience the heated competition on the official Facebook and Instagram Pages (content in Cantonese only)!

Aside from attractive prizes, members of the winning team were also rewarded with internship opportunities with the Commission as well as with Mr Law Wing-chung, a former political assistant and seasoned strategy consultant.

The results of the Challenge were announced on 31 May 2018. Please enjoy the series of feeds produced by the top three teams:

  Team Member (Institution) Entries (in Cantonese)
Winner Two Marketers Hazel Chan (The University of Hong Kong)
Christopher Wong (The University of Hong Kong)
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1st runner-up Go!爭po競! Chan Wai Kit (Hong Kong Baptist University)
Siu Yu To (The Open University of Hong Kong)
So Kin Fung (Hong Kong Baptist University)
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2nd runner-up ok Jennifer Lam Cheuk Wing (The University of Hong Kong)
Ng Ka Hei (The University of Hong Kong)
Sin Ho Long (The University of Hong Kong)
Joanna Tong Tin Yan (The University of Hong Kong)
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