Liverpool's Chinatown through the lens
Chinese New Year - people © Lee Carus
This competition is now closed
Thank you for all your entries. Exhibition curator Betty Yao chose the photograph above by Lee Carus as the winning entry; Lee won a banquet meal for two at Yuet Ben. Two runners-up each won a copy of the exhibition catalogue. Read more about the winning entrants on the blog.
Competition entrants were invited to submit their photos of Liverpool's Chinatown or other images which represent something meaningful about Chinese culture in the city of Liverpool to our Liverpool's Chinatown through the lens group on Flickr.
These included, for example, photos of Liverpool's Chinese arch, the Chinese New Year celebrations, buildings, people, or even a local restaurant!
After the closing date of 24 May 2010 exhibition curator Betty Yao chose her favourite photos submitted to the pool with the best photo winning a banquet meal for two with wine at Liverpool's longest-established Chinese restaurant, Yuet Ben, serving "unusual and authentic dishes alongside the best crispy duck on Merseyside" (The Independent). Two runners-up each received a copy of the 'China through the lens of John Thomson 1868-1872' exhibition catalogue.
During the course of the competition we featured some of our favourite photos from this pool on the National Museums Liverpool blog and the winning photo has been featured on the blog and here on the website. Have a look at the photos that were featured on the blog.
The competition is open to everyone. All entries must be added to the group by 24 May 2010. By adding your photo to the group you consent to it possibly being used on the National Museums Liverpool blog or website in features related to this competition. Any photos used will be credited to the photographer with a link to their Flickr photostream. National Museums Liverpool will not use photos submitted to this group for any other purpose unless we contact you first.