The WYNG Masters Award is an annual photography event organized by the WYNG Foundation (a non-profit project initiated to spark public awareness and support interest in socially relevant subjects) and the award-winner receives a cash prize of HK $250,000 and the second finalist is selected for a commissioned project to create a body of photographic work highlighting the theme of poverty in Hong Kong.
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