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This is The Art DEADLINES List. It is a list of competitions,
contests, call for entries/papers, grants, scholarships, fellowships,
jobs, internships, etc, in the arts or related areas (painting,
drawing, animation, poetry, writing, music, multimedia,
reporting/journalism, cartooning, dance, photography, video, film,
sculpture, etc), some of which have prizes worth thousands of dollars.
It is international in scope. Contests and competitions for students,
K-12 and college aged, are included. Some events/items take place on
the Internet. You are invited to submit items. The list is mailed
around the first of each month.

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June 26, 1996 Purchase awards totaling $41,500 are being offered to
establish the Plemmons Collection of Contemporary Art at Appalachian
State University. Artists may submit up to two (2) entries, with one
slide per entry for any original two-dimensional art piece in any
medium, including photography. There is a $15 non-refundable entry
fee for one or two entries, payable to Appalachian State University.
For a prospectus or more information, call or write: Philip Arnold,
Plemmons Student Union, Appalachian State University, Boone NC 28608
OR 704-262-3032 OR 704-262-2937(FAX) OR Arnoldjp

July 1, 1996 Summer of '96 ushers in the debut edition of a literary
magazine with a serious attitude - a new pair of lips. Issues,
interviews, art and a recipe. Are you afraid of fire? Submissions to
BURNING CAR should be gritty, hard-edged, and street smart; any
literary genre (poetry, fiction, non-fiction) and photo-ready art.
We're looking for that certain work that demonstrates high-octane
creativity and originality. So send us your bombs, because we're
going to burn some cars! The summer issue will launch the inaugural
Heinous Payne Award for outstanding work. 1st prize $300.00 2nd prize
$200.00. To be considered for the Heinous Payne Award, please send
your submission with a cover letter, $15.00 processing fee, and an
SASE if you want your manuscript returned. All contest applicants
receive an issue of BURNING CAR. Send to: BURNING CAR, Attention: Back
Seat Driver, Box 26692, San Francisco CA 94126 (Check out the web page

June 01, 1996 1996 Call For Entries, ARTS FOR THE PARKS
Competition--to search for 100 paintings that best capture the
"essence" and diversity of the landscape, wildlife, and history of our
national park system. Over $66,000 in cash awards. The goal of the
competition is to enhance public awareness and support of our national
parks while showcasing the creative efforts of artists. It is the
sponsoring organizations' hope that the competition also encourages
future generations to protect and preserve our parks. Open to all
artists. Entries will be juried first by slides; the Top 200 paintings
are then called in for the final judging selection of the Top 100 and
award winners, including the $50,000 grand prize winner. Image size
must be between 300 and 616 square inches. Entry packets will be
available in late January. Details from: ARTS FOR THE PARKS, Box 608,
Jackson Hole WY 83001 OR 800-553-2787

June 01, 1996 1996 Juried Exhibition of Painting and Sculpture is open
to New England and New York artists. For prospectus send SASE to:
Berkshire Art Association, Box 829, Stockbridge MA 01262

June 01, 1996 36th Annual Newport Outdoor Art Festival, June 15-16,
1996. Fine art only: painting, sculpture, graphics, photography.
Crafts and dealers ineligible. Judged show, reception, ribbon and cash
awards. Applications accepted until full. Fee: $75. For application
send SASE to: Newport Outdoor Art Festival, Box 3034 Broadway Station,
Newport RI 02840

June 01, 1996 1996 WORLD POPULATION FILM/VIDEO FESTIVAL (fall 1996)
encourages secondary school and college students to enter works that
address population growth, resource consumption, the environment, and
our common global future. Any cinematic form and length acceptable.
Format: 1/2" VHS (NTSC). Contact: WPFVF, 46 Fox Hill Rd, Bernardton MA
01337 OR 800-638-9464 OR 413-648-9204 OR podvidfest

(Incorporating the Royal Anthropological Institute biennial Film Prize
and the University of Kent (UK) Ethnographic Film Festival). Friday
8th -Sunday 10th November 1996, University of Kent at Canterbury, UK.
Competitive Film Screenings for the RAI Film Prize 1996, Basil Wright
Film Prize 1996 and JVC Professional Student Video Prize 1996; plus a
new prize for films on material Culture and Archaeology. Film Prize
Judges: Dr Suzette Heald (Lancaster University), Melissa Llewelyn
Davies (Independent Film Maker), Marc Piault (EHESS, Paris). Details
from: filmfest96 OR +44(0) 171 383 4235(FAX) OR

June 01, 1996 ARTISTS WHO WORK WITH GLASS: Glass Art Society National
conference, Boston June 6-9, 1996. Artists interested in holding open
studios, participating in and assisting at events, exhibitions, and
parties, contact: Mary Ann Babula, 9 Jackson St, Cambridge MA 02140

June 01, 1996 E-Mail Art 3 - Call For Participation: In June 1996 (4.
- 10.) at the gallery MEDIUM of the Academy of Fine Arts and Design,
Bratislava, Slovakia will be the exhibition "Computer Graphics and
E-Mail Art 3". The works for this exhibition of computer generated
images, short animations and multimedia presentations will be
transmitted via INTERNET (email, ftp or from WWW sites) decompressed,
rendered and printed in Bratislava. We plan to bring this exhibition
to ISEA96 in Rotterdam (possibly by the boat, via the channel
Danube-Main-Rhine). Details from: Martin Sperka, Department of Visual
Media, Academy of Fine Arts and Design, Hviezdoslavovo nam. 18, 814 37
Bratislava, Slovakia OR sperka OR

artists. Mid-west, juried exhibition, August 23 - October 6, 1996.
$4,000 in awards. For prospectus send SASE to: Rockford Art Museum,
711 N Main, Rockford IL 61103

June 01, 1996 INET'96: The Internet: Transforming Our Society Now.
25-28 June 1996, Montreal, Canada. Revised CALL FOR PAPERS (Internet
Teaching and Learning). INET'96, the 6th Annual Conference of the
Internet Society focusing on worldwide issues of Internet networking
will be held 25-28 June 1996 in Montreal, Canada. This conference
brings together those extending the reach and use of Internet
networks. Participants include those developing and implementing
Internet networks, applications, and policies for worldwide
infrastructure development. The development of Internet networks in
an ever wider variety of social, cultural, economic and linguistic
contexts is also a focal point of this conference. Details from:

June 01, 1996 INTERNSHIP: Apple Computer; salary $600-$1,100 per
week;200 positions; 12 weeks in Cupertino, California; Plenty of
perks, including Apple discounts, and plenty to do, including
marketing research and technical work. Details: 408-996-1010

June 01, 1996 NORTHERN NATIONAL ART COMPETITION Over $7,500 in prizes.
9th annual. Open to all artists 18 years or older. $20 entry fee for
two slides in the following media: paintings, drawings, graphics,
photographs. Send SASE for prospectus to: Northern Arts Council, Box
916, Rhinelander WI 54501 OR 715-282-5309

June 01, 1996 Nonprofit presenting or performing organizations may
apply for funds to commission American composers to write new works in
any style for ensemble, orchestra, or chorus. Contact: Meet the
Composer, 2112 Broadway Suite 505, New York NY 10023 OR 212-787-3601

June 01, 1996 Painting and Sculpture 1996, juried exhibition. Juried
by Dan Cameron, senior curator, The New Museum of Contemporary Art,
NYC. Open to New England and New York state residents. For prospectus
send SASE to: Berkshire Art Association, Box 829, Stockbridge MA 01262

June 01, 1996 Pittsburgh Watercolor Society's Aqueous Open '96, the
50th Annual International Exhibit. Sept 7 - Oct 11, 1996. Entry fee:
nonmembers, $20; members $15. For prospectus send SASE to: Meda Rago,
1214 W North Av, Pittsburgh PA 15233

June 01, 1996 SHORT STORY CONTEST Anyone may enter. $12 entry fee for
each story. Details available from: June Contest, Susan Carroll
Publishing, Box 3529A, Williamsburg VA 23187-3529

June 01, 1996 Seeking original fine arts & creative crafts vendors for
an outdoor art market Aug 18, 1996. For prospectus contact: MacNider
Museum, 303 Second St SE, Mason City IA 50401 OR 515-421-3666

WEBSITE - CAMERAWORK - 26 April to 1 June 1996. Call for
contributions. Please see below details of the exhibition and website,
marking 10 years after the Chernobyl disaster, which opens at
Camerawork on April 26th. The website itself will use the unique
qualities of the net to look at documentary techniques. The aim is to
be neither pro or anti nuclear power but will look at inconsistencies
in legislation and standards on a global and local level, and how they
affect different people's engagement with nuclear power. The website
already has a lot of source material, but for it to explore notions of
documentary properly contributions on an ongoing basis will be vital.
I would like to ask if you would send a short piece of text and/or
image relating to your experience or lack of experience with the
nuclear industry. This will be edited and added to the web pages which
will be updated on a weekly basis. Questions you could address are:
Where were you when the Chernobyl disaster happened on April 26th,
1986? What impact did the disaster have on you? Does it still have any
impact? What do you think about nuclear power in general? What would
happen if a similar disaster to Chernobyl happened in your own
country? Contributions should be sent to:
OR Camerawork, 121 Roman Road, London E2 0QN, England OR

June 01, 1996 WARM's 17th Annual Juried Exhibition. Open to midwest
women artists in all career levels/all media. Juror: Barbara Kendrick.
Cash awards. Site: MCAD Gallery, Minneapolis College of Art & Design,
July 20-August 15. Send SASE for prospectus to: Women's Art Registry
of Minnesota, 2402 W University Av, St Paul MN 55114 OR 612-649-0059

June 01, 1996 WHAT'S YOUR PREDICTION? Try your hand at predicting the
future of the world. Details at:

June 01, 1996 FIBER 96, Sept 10 - Nov 23, 1996. National juried
exhibition; all fiber eligible. Entry fee. Send SASE for prospectus:
Textile Arts Centre, 916 W Diversey, Chicago IL 60614

June 01, 1996 FIREPLACE GALLERY, Mt Hood Community College, calls for
artists for monthly exhibits, Sept 96 - June 97. Submit: slides,
bio/resume to: Shirley Wilson, Mt Hood CC, 26000 SE Stark St, Gresham
OR 97030 OR 503-667-7260

June 01, 1996 Green Bay Arts Unlimited's juried fine arts show/sale.
Sun July 18, 1996. Beautiful Northeast Wisconsin park. 150 exhibitor
spaces, $900 total cash awards, purchase awards anticipated. 2D/3D
fine art, all media, no crafts. For information send SASE to: Terry
Stanley, 2033 Hazen Rd, Green Bay WI 54311

June 01, 1996 Ragdale is an artists' community in Lake Forest,
Illinois, thirty miles north of Chicago near Lake Michigan. Ragdale
was established in 1976 to provide a peaceful place and uninterrupted
time for working artists. Each year, Ragdale provides residencies for
more than 150 artists, writers and composers from all over the US and
many other countries. Application available from: Ragdale Foundation,
1260 North Green Bay Road, Lake Forest IL 60045 OR 708-234-1063

June 01, 1996 The Nasdaq Stock Market invites students ages 5-18 to
submit an essay on the topic, "What Stock Markets Mean to America."
Nasdaq will choose 25 essays from five age groups: 5-6, 7-9, 10-12,
13-15, and 16-18; winners will each get $1,000 to invest. In addition,
the writer of the first-place essay in each category will win a trip
to Washington, DC, to observe the electronic market in action.
Contact: The Office of Investor Relations, Nasdaq Stock Market, 1735 K
St NW, Washington DC 20006 OR 301-590-6500

June 01, 1996 The National Council for the Social Studies announces
the James Michener Prize in Writing. One $5,000 award will be given to
an individual who has, through his or her writing, enhanced social
studies education and the profession. For more information, contact:
NCSS Information Services, 3501 Newark St NW, Washington DC 20016 OR
202-966-7840 x 106

June 01, 1996 YOUNG AMERICAN TEXTILE ARTISTS, at Kansas City Artists
Coalition, May 2 - June 14, 1997, to coincide with Surface Design Assn
Natl Conference. Textiles by artists 40 years old and younger are
eligible. Juried. No entry fee. Send SASE for prospectus: S
Cromwell-Lacy, 4-E Lakeshore Dr, Lake Lotawana MO 64086

June 03, 1996 Artslink Residency grants support US nonprofit arts
organizations to host an ArtsLink fellow from Central and Eastern
Europe, from November 4 to December 9, 1996. Contact: ArtsLink, CEC
International Partners, 12 W 31, New YOrk NY 10001-4415 OR
212-643-1985 X22

June 03, 1996 ENGLISH JOURNAL, the periodical of the secondary
division of the National Council of Teachers of English, is acceptiing
essays on censorship. Personal stories, advice for beginning teachers,
and recommended resources are requested. For more information,
contact: ENGLISH JOURNAL, Leila Christenbury, School of Education,
Virginia Commonwealth University, Box 842020, Richmond VA 23284-2020

June 03, 1996 The Nuclear Age Peace Foundation announces its 1996
Swackhammer Peace Essay Contest. High school students should submit
essays between 500 and 1,000 words in length that address this
question: "The first resolution of the UN General Assembly in 1946
called for the elimination of atomic weapons from national armament.
Building upon the efforts of the past 50 years, what do you propose
should be done during the next five years to realize the goal of
nuclear weapon abolition?" The first-, second-, and third-place
winners will receive $1,500, $1,000, and $500, respectively. Contact:
Nuclear Age Peace Foundation, 1187 Coast Village Road Suite 123, Santa
Barbara CA 93108 OR 805-965-3443

June 05, 1996 12TH ANNUAL IDA AWARDS COMPETITION, supported by Eastman
Kodak Company, recognizes outstanding achievement in nonfiction film
and video. Five unranked awards--four for feature-length documenatries
and one for a short--are presented, and Silver Award certificates are
given to up to 15 nominees. Winners are honored at the 12th Annual IDA
Awards Gala on Nov 1, and winning films acreen at the LA County Museum
of Art on Nov 2. Any nonfiction work having primary release or
telecast between Jan 1, 1995, and June 4, 1996, is eligible. Fees: $50
IDA members, $70 nonmembers. Contact: IDA, 1551 S Robertson Blvd Suite
201, Los Angeles CA 90035 OR 310-284-8422 OR 310-785-9334(FAX)

June 05, 1996 Ceramics USA is a national juried exhibition featuring
all facets of ceramic art. This year's juror is Don Reitz. Entry fee
is $20.00 for three entries. The exhibit will be displayed at the
University of North Texas Art Gallery in Denton, Texas. Anyone
interested in a prospectus and a copy of last year's poster may aid us
in defraying costs by sending a SASE to: Ceramics USA, 708 N Walker,
Alpine TX 79830 OR 915/837-7053

Entries. Documentary film and video makers are invited to submit
productions for the 1996 IDA Awards competition. Entry fee. Details
from: IDA, 1551 South Robertson Blvd Suite 201, Los Angeles CA
90033-4257 OR 310-284-8422 OR 310-785-9334

is a $1,000 cash prize presented annually to recognize exceptional
achievement in nonfiction film and video at the university level. In
addition, Eastman Kodak contributes a certificate worth $1,000 toward
the purchase of Kodak film. Films and videos must be produced by
registered students and completed after Jan 1, 1995. Fee: $30.
Contact: IDA, 1551 S Robertson Blvd Suite 201, Los angeles CA 90035 OR
310-284-8422 OR 310-785-9334(FAX)

June 07, 1996 CALL FOR ENTRIES 2nd annual DeCordova Style Wearable Art
Event. Send or drop off information slides & SASE to: DeCordova Style,
The Store @ DeCordova, DeCordova Museum, 51 Sandy Pond Road, Lincoln
MA 01773

June 07, 1996 HOT SPRINGS DOCUMENTARY FILM FESTIVAL (Oct 15-20) is now
considering documentary films for screening in Hot Springs. Details
available from: Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival, 211 Exchange
St, Hot Springs AR 71901 OR 501-321-4747 OR 501-321-0211(FAX)

June 07, 1996 National Watercolor Oklahoma Twenty-Second Exhibition,
sponsored by Oklahoma Watercolor Association, Aug 31 - Oct 15, 1996.
Slides (up to 3) $10 each, three for $25. $6000 in cash and awards
offerred. For prospectus send business size SASE to: Beverly Fentress,
3605 NW 68th, Oklahoma City OK 73116

June 07, 1996 Woman, The Artist's View The Bennington Center for the
Arts will host a juried show of 100 examples of current art work of
women, not necessarily by women, from August 11 - October 27, 1996.
The intent is to show how society depicts its women. Open to 2 or 3
dimensional work. Contact: BCFA, Box 620, Bennington VT 05201 OR

June 07, 1996 Holter Museum of Art hosts its 25th annual national
juried exhibition, ANA 25. All media, 2 or 3 dimensional. $500 for
best of show. Contact: HMA, 12 E Lawrence St, Helena MT 059601 OR

June 07, 1996 TEXTURES OF LIFE, fiber exhibit, Carnegie Art Center,
Oregon City, OR. Call for artists for fiber show to be held in
conjunction with Convergence 96 in Portland. Send SASE for prospectus
to: Oregon City Carnegie Art Center, 606 John Adams St, Oregon City OR
97045 OR 503-557-9199

June 09, 1996 "Art in the Park" sponsored by Pascack Art Association,
June 9, 1996. Rain date June 16, 1996. Open to all fine artists, all
media. Cash awards and ribbons. $30 for 10' space. For info/entry form
send SASE to: Sophie Budner, 295 Elizabeth St, Oradell NJ 07649

June 14, 1996 US/JAPAN CREATIVE ARTISTS' PROGRAM provides six-month
residencies in Japan for individual creative artists in any
discipline. While in Japan, artists work on a project, which may
include the creation of new work or pursuit of artistic goals.
Contact: Japan/US Friendship Commission, 1120 Vermont Av NW Suite 925,
Washington DC 20005 OR 202-275-7712 OR 202-275-7413(FAX) OR

Press sponsors an annual poetry chapbook competition. We're looking
for poetry with intellectual and emotional depth that avoids cliches
and has an ear for sound and music, although formal structure is not
necessary. Genre poetry (science fiction/fantasy/horror) is fine, but
we're looking for a high level of sophistication and imagination. Pet
peeves: trite, mawkish or "inspirational" poetry. Previously published
material is OK, as long as the author owns the rights to the work and
provides acknowledgments. First Prize: $500 + chapbook publication +
20 free author's copies. Second Prize: $200 + chapbook publication +
20 free author's copies. We encourage poets to submit 20-30 pages of
their best poems. Reading fee: US$10 per manuscript. Please make check
or money order payable to Anamnesis Press. Note: all contestants will
receive a copy of the winning chapbook. Send manuscripts with entry
fee and SASE (for prize notification) to: Anamnesis Press, Chapbook
Competition, 1078 Howard St Suite 101, San Francisco CA 94103 OR
415-255-3190(vox/fax) OR kdaniels OR
72050.1342 OR

June 15, 1996 Flag for the 21st Century A call to artists to submit
work for an exhibition... What is your artistic vision of the American
flag? How would you redesign it for the 21st century, using different
materials (if you choose), but keeping it recognizable? This is the
challenge issued by the Racine, Wisconsin, Arts Council and the Racine
Journal Times to any and all visual artists. Artists are invited to
submit up to two original designs. Any media is acceptable and there
are no size restrictions. Two-dimensional works must be matted and
mounted; photographs must be signed, numbered and handcrafted by the
artist. All artwork must be delivered by June 15 to the Journal Times
in Racine. Delivery days are May 20 to June 15. For more information
or an entry form, contact: Beth Jurgaitis, Racine Arts Council, 800
Center St Room 15, Racine WI 53401 OR 414-636-9278 OR 414-634-3322

June 24, 1996 ACM MULTIMEDIA'96 November 18 - 22, 1996, Hynes
Convention Center, Boston, MA, USA. PRELIMINARY CALL FOR
EXHIBITION. Multimedia technology can substantially improve the
communication between information providers and consumers. It
contributes to the general accessibility of information, through new
interactive media as well as through new forms of production, delivery
and perception of existing media. ACM Multimedia'96 will provide an
international forum for papers, panels, videos, demonstrations,
courses, workshops, and exhibits focusing on all aspects of this
multi-disciplinary field: from underlying technologies to applications
and issues, and from theory to practice. We invite your participation.
Topics include, but are not limited to: applications in art,
education, entertainment, government, medicine, etc. Details at: OR OR

June 30, 1996 Boston area gallery seeks new artists in all media. Send
slides or photos with SASE to: Kroma Gallery, Pickering Wharf, Salem
MA 01970 OR 508-741-1289

June 30, 1996 The Boston Globe has a drawing contest for kids. You can
find it in the comics. Pick up your pen and draw your cartoon
egg-spression! Each week a winning entry will be published!! The
winner will receive an eggers family award!! Use white paper and dark
pencil or black inc! One cartoon shows an egg with face, clothes,
shoes, and freckles. Caption: FR-EGG-CKLES! Mail your name, age, and
entries to: EGGERS, c/o Boston Globe, Box 8110-606, Blaine WA 98230

June 30, 1996 The Breast Cancer Action Group seeks visual, literary,
and performing art by women who have faced breast cancer for its
Healing Legacies exhibitions. Send SASE to: BCAG, Box 5605, Burlington
VT 05402 OR 802-863-3507

July 01, 1996 NEW YORK, MONTAUK, Outdoor Fine Art Show August 17-18,
1996. Oils, acrylics, watercolor, graphics, sculpture, photography,
mixed media, pastels. No crafts or dealers. Cost for 12' x 14' space
is $100. Prizes, cash awards. Juried by 3 slides. Send SASE for
application to: Montauk Artists Association, Box 204, Montauk NY 11954

July 02, 1996 4th Annual Autumn Flourishes Exhibit September 7 -
October 4, 1996. Juried show of original fine arts. Open to all
artists over 18 and residents of FL, GA, MS, and AL. Limit of 3
entries. Fee. Over $2000 in awards. For prospectus send #10 SASE to:
Marianne McDonald, 6334 East Bay Blvd, Gulf Breeze FL 32561

July 12, 1996 Riverwalk Arts Festival and Exhibition. The Festival
Marketplace consists of artists and fine craft persons displaying
their works for show and sale at specific site (booth) locations.
Details from: Riverwalk Art Festival, York City Recreation and Parks,
1 Marketway West 3rd Floor, York PA 17401-1231

July 15, 1996 1996 Hendersonville Sidewalk Art Show $60 registration
fee/vendor license. August 2-3 (Fri & Sat), 1996. Cash prizes. Rain or
shine--no rain date. Details and registration form from: Arts League
of Henderson County, 50 Memminger Ct, Hendersonville NC 28739 OR

July 20, 1996 An American in Italy, August 24 - September 13, 1996.
All media. $20/4 slides. For a prospectus send SASE to: Ashwell
Gallery, 137 Cabot St, Beverly MA 01915 OR 508-927-9690

August 01, 1996 - August 31, 1996 Call for entries. All photographers,
professional and otherwise, are invited to submit their photographs
relating to those major sporting events taking place during the Summer
of 1996 in Atlanta. Entries will be accepted by mail only, from August
1 to August 31, 1996. For entry forms contact: Book of Photographs,
Alston & Bird, One Atlanta Center, 1201 West Peachtree St, Atlanta GA

August 15, 1996 Call For Entries: the fifth annual SHORT ATTENTION
SPAN FILM & VIDEO FESTIVAL Entries up to 2 minutes total running time
(but NO LONGER THAN TWO MINUTES!!) will be accepted. $5 entry fee.
Details from: Elizabeth Hall, SASFVF, Box 460316, San Francisco CA

September 04, 1996 Lake Champlain Cultural Heritage Program Offers
Grants Grants up to $500 are available for eligible municipalities,
nonprofits, and individuals in the Lake Champlain Basin throught the
Lake Champlain Heritage Program. Funds are to suppoort local historic
preservation initiatives including property interpretation, museum
mentoring, outreach, and more. Contact: Ann Cousins, LCCHP, RR 1 Box
220, Bridge Road, Crown Point NY 12928 OR 518-597-4212

September 27, 1996 The Canadian Society of Painters in Water Colour
71st Annual Open Juried Exhibition: OPEN WATER. $25 entry for for 2
slides (members), $35 for non-members. Send an SASE for application
form to: CSPW Open Water, c/o Joy Orzy, 73 Cork Av, Toronto ON M6B
2Y1, Canada

Aims: 1.To promote the art of photography to both local and oversea
students and to arouse their interest in photography. 2.To encourage
the interflow of ideas and techniques of photography between different
countries. 3.To promote the interflow of students' photographic pieces
of different countries and increasing the exposure of high standard
photographic pieces to more students. Details from: Photographic
Society, HKUSU, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong OR

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