Ctrip China Travel Photo Contest: Final day to vote!

Culture, Travel | by China Travel
Posted: March 14th, 2011 | Updated: March 14th, 2011 | Comments
The clock is ticking and the countdown has begun! Today is your last chance to vote up your fave China pic and push them through to the next stage, at the same time getting yourself the chance to win a free Freedur VPNCtrip registration and voting means automatic entry in our lucky draw! (Continues after the jump... ) Tandijo Saputro's Harbin man is still in the lead but over the weekend, Senjetlee's red ladies were knocked down from 2nd to 3rd place by Kirsty Collister's true blue knitting nai nai, and Landrey's monkey has dropped into 6th position! Ted Alcorn's Pengzhou corn pickers (now in 5th) has really struck a chord with readers, its intense emotion and sense of the struggle and hardship created by China's rural-urban divide really gaining him some traction over the weekend. Arnaud Vanderplancke's Hong Kong taxis have slowed down to eleven, with Anton Hazewinkel's touching black and white portrait is down to number twelve. There are so many great China travel moments being shared in this contest, from breathtaking landscapes to  everyday laughter, perfect illustrations of modern day China's contradictory personality and incredible pace of development to images of old traditions still alive and well... but which deserves your final vote? Public voting will take place on the contest vote page from 28 February to 14 March. With one vote per day throughout this two week period, be sure to vote early and often! Vote for the same photo each time, or, if you can’t make up your mind, spread the love. The decision is yours—but be sure to use your votes wisely! The top 10 vote-getters will then go on to face our professional travel photographer judges, Jonah Kessel, Tom Carter and Luca Locatelli, who will make the final call.
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