The 6th HPA Award Ceremony

The 6th HPA Award Ceremony, hosted by UNESCO, the 16th Asian Games Committee and China Folklore Photographic Association, is held at Baomo Garden, Fanyu District, Guangzhou.Fanyu District is honored as “City with Outstanding


Jury of Humanity Photo Awards 2009

Mr. Shen Che (China/President of the jury)Mr. Shen Che, founder and President of China Folklore Photographic Association, designer and driving force for Humanity Photo Awards, is also an accomplished photographer who visited, photographed


HPA2006 Video

HPA2006 Video


HPA2006 Award Ceremony in Dazhou, Sichuan

The 5th HPA Award Ceremony and the premier exhibition are held in Dazhou, Sichuan on November 19, 2007. Dazhou is hometown to General Zhang Aiping, the late President of China Folklore Photographic Association.


It Happens for A Reason: Sidelight on HPA2006

The HPA2006 received 2,896 sets of photos, a total of 26,235 images, from 1,722 participants. The preliminary selection would weed out 2/3 of the photos and only 6,000 remain for official selection. To avoid being eliminated in the


List of Winners HPA2006

List of Winners HPA2006


The 5th HPA Final Evaluation Going On

On June 8, 2006, a welcoming banquet is held for HPA Jury members.Mr. Shen Che (second from the right), President of China Folklore Photographic Association and President of the HPA Jury from 1998 to 2004, Ms. Alice Bosauillon de Jenlis


Jury of Humanity Photo Awards 2006

Dr. Azedine Beschaouch, Tunisia,Chairman of HPA 2006 Jury PanelDr. Beschaouch advises Ad Hoc expert on the formulation of official guidelines in the fields of rehabilitation of historic cities, development and use of inventories,


HPA2004 Video

HPA2004 Video


HPA Getting Better Off: Report of Evaluation Observation on HPA2004

HPA2004 attracted 1,868 photographers from 71 countries in the past 7 months. The growing international participation is a sign of HPA influence in recording and transmitting cultural diversity.Nine jurors from 7 different countries stated

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