ACWF Unveils 'Golden Sunshine, Happy Growth' Memorial Prize-Winners

July 29, 2016
By Women VoiceEditor: Joyce Dong

Organizers of the Golden Sunshine and Happy Growth photo competition revealed the latest list of prize-winners for their special memorial award on July 29.

The entries were all put forward for the 6th round of the national photo competition which is run and promoted by the All-China Women's Federation (ACWF).

Organizers have already received around 12,000 photos from people across the country.

Here are some of outstanding works which won memorial prizes from the 5th and 6th rounds of the competition.

 

ACWF Unveils 'Golden Sunshine, Happy Growth' Memorial Prize-Winners

A female member of the Communist Party of China helps her counterpart put on a Party emblem during an activity on July 1. [Photo courtesy of Lu Yanyu]

ACWF Unveils 'Golden Sunshine, Happy Growth' Memorial Prize-Winners

Dedicated female staff attend to preschool children at a training center. [Photo courtesy of Fortune Fountain Educational Institution]

ACWF Unveils 'Golden Sunshine, Happy Growth' Memorial Prize-Winners

Happy smiles spread over rural children's faces after they see their new school. [Photo courtesy of Yanzini]

ACWF Unveils 'Golden Sunshine, Happy Growth' Memorial Prize-Winners

A woman visits an amusement park with her mother. [Photo courtesy of Houshengyanjian]

ACWF Unveils 'Golden Sunshine, Happy Growth' Memorial Prize-Winners

A mother holds the hand of her small baby. [Photo courtesy of Miluxiaojie]

ACWF Unveils 'Golden Sunshine, Happy Growth' Memorial Prize-Winners

Women of Chinese Miao ethnic group jump up to catch red envelopes which contain gifts of money during a wedding ceremony. [Photo courtesy of Yeluoyinghua]

 

(Source: Women Voice/Translated and Edited by Women of China)

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