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Public Relations and Advertising students win leading industry prizes

11 Dec 2019

PRA students (from right) Cyrus Chung, Ray Lui and Carol Tam win the Silver level of the Students' Award.
PRA students (from right) Cyrus Chung, Ray Lui and Carol Tam win the Silver level of the Students' Award.
(From right) Sophie Po, Aretha Cheng, Vivian Chan and Michael Mak receive the Bronze level of the Students' Award.
(From right) Sophie Po, Aretha Cheng, Vivian Chan and Michael Mak receive the Bronze level of the Students' Award.

Two teams of Public Relations and Advertising (PRA) Year 4 students from the School of Communication won the Silver and Bronze levels of the 2019 HK4As Students’ Award for their creative integrated branding campaigns on the theme “Meatless Meat” at the annual Kam Fan Awards.

 

The team comprising PRA students Cyrus Chung, Ray Lui and Carol Tam clinched the Silver level of the Award with their advertising work. Another team formed of PRA students Vivian Chan, Aretha Cheng, Michael Mak and Sophie Po won the Bronze level of the Award with their work “Hear the Cruelty”.

 

The HK4As Students’ Award is part of the Kam Fan Awards organised by the Association of Accredited Advertising Agencies of Hong Kong (HK4As). The Kam Fan Awards are highly regarded as the "Grand Prix" accolade of the Hong Kong advertising industry.