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Roving Exhibitions

For the 2016 Legislative Council Election, the ICAC stages a series of roving exhibitions across the territory, featuring cartoon exhibits, video show, interactive games and quizzes, etc., with the aim of promoting clean election messages.

The ICAC has also produced a series of “Support Clean Elections” exhibits, game sets and computer games (in Chinese only) to help members of the public better understand the major points of Elections (Corrupt and Illegal Conduct) Ordinance and the importance of upholding clean and fair elections.

Organizations are welcome to call the Clean Election Enquiry Hotline at 2920 7878 or approach any of the ICAC Regional Offices for loan of these items.

Cartoon Exhibits

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Click here for PDF file Text version of the exhibits

Game Sets (In Chinese only)

Game Sets

Tic-Tac-Toe game

to remind electors
the Dos and Don'ts
in elections

Building blocks game

to bring out
the message of
"Abide by the Rules,
Clean Elections"

Marble maze game

to remind electors to
avoid bribery traps
in elections

Computer Games

To remind electors
to report any suspected breaches
of law in elections
in order to upholding fairness,
justice and honesty.
Through different simulated
student elections in schools,
to bring out the importance
of instilling clean and fair elections
values since early childhood.

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The ICAC is committed to ensuring that its websites conform to the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 Level AA requirements to the maximum extent possible. However, as this webpage contains interactive e-games that require eye-hand coordination, not all level accessibility features have been incorporated. For enquiry, please email us at crd@icac.org.hk. We will try our best to provide the relevant information in a format accessible to you.