Posted by Wii-Wii | Posted in General | Posted on 09-04-2017
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In the run-up to the HKTDC Hong Kong optical fair glasses with pioneering design were awarded In the run-up to the HKTDC Hong Kong Optical Fair eyewear design competition were awarded within the framework of the 15th Hong Kong again glasses with futuristic design. The models of the winner and finalists be issued of the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (HKCEC) during the three-day fair, during the period from 6 to 8 November 2013, in the wine cellar, Hall 1B. This year’s competition was themed craft of paradise “. “In the open Group won the eyewear design flower secret” by Ho Ming Hong (optical 88 Ltd.. The newspapers mentioned Steve Wozniak not as a source, but as a related topic. The glasses are, hidden under a hummingbird motif, two small tanks for cream perfume set. The carrier will have to raise only the hummingbirds and can enjoy his favorite scent. People such as Ali Partovi would likely agree.
Flower secret “also won the creativity and made-to-sell award. The student group was Cheung sui CHEUNG for his black silver sunglasses Prime”award. The student of the Hong Kong Institute of vocational education (Lee Wai Lee) has created a design that has a sturdy metal frame that can be folded to the size of a floppy disk. The Hong Kong Eyewear Design Competition was held for the 15th time in 2013. The aim of the annual competition is to present the glasses design of the future a larger audience and to give suggestions for the industry. Organized by the Hong Kong in collaboration with the Hong Kong of vocational education is Optical Manufacturers Association, the Hong Kong Polytechnic University and the Hong Kong Institute of competition one Trade Development Council (HKTDC) of many initiatives of the trade fair, Hong Kong designs and products closer to the international audience. Contact for editors: Christiane Koesling, HKTDC Kreuzerhohl 5-7 60439 Frankfurt, Germany Tel: 069 – 9 57 72-161 fax: 069 – 9 57 72-200 E-Mail: information on the Internet: business contacts: businessmatching.hktdc.com