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Tencent honors creative talent in arts and science
    2018-February-6  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

YOUNG creative Chinese talent in arts and science fields were honored at the awards ceremony of the annual Tencent Next Idea Innovation Competition in Beijing recently.

The winners of the competition — themed “Future Imagination” — dominated 11 categories including literature, gaming, design and film.

Works by students from more than 2,000 colleges and universities around China were invited for submission.

At the event, some of the works were displayed at an exhibition that featured interactive experiences and stage performances.

A section of the competition focusing on future intelligent life received nearly 1,000 entries, including an intelligent tie-dyeing machine and an intelligent medicine box that dispenses pills automatically.

Besides exploring technology, the competition also focused on traditional culture. Two sections in the competition focused on IPs based on the Palace Museum and the Great Wall.

The competition, initiated in 2012 by Tencent, aims to boost creativity among the youth.

Meanwhile, a report by “China Economic Yearbook,” a publication affiliated with the Development Research Center (DRC) of the State Council and Tencent’s social research center, was also released at the event.

Commenting on the competition, Huang Bin, an associate researcher from the DRC and one of the lead editors of the report, says that it has become a platform — both online and offline — for boosting innovation by connecting creators, professionals and cultural organizations.

(SD-Agencies)

 

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