Nov 28, 2016

Photos: Macau tourism office awards bloggers, chefs

Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO) honours 'Blogger of the Year' competitors, Master Chef.

In a ceremony held recently at the Mira Hong Kong, the Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO) honoured 14 award winners in its 'Macao, Bloggers of the Year' competition and presented highlights of its 'Macao, Master Chef' campaign.

More than 100 guests, bloggers and media members joined Hong Kong actress Leila Kong (唐寧 ), parenting bloggers Bbmamababa and Vanily Cake and their kids, celebrity anchor Icy Wong (黃婉曼 ) and celebrity Chef Shawn at the event, which also featured blogger Bbmamababa (笨 B媽 ) and her daughter preparing their winning dish, Portuguese fried rice. 

The Bloggers of the Year campaign was designed for Hong Kong bloggers to share their Macao travel experiences and intelligence in different themes and formats. The Gold, Silver and Bronze prizes in the top category went to Amy Ng, Kinseymama and Bagel Addiction, respectively. 

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