Floral Designing Competition

11th International FDSS Cup Floral Designing Competition 2018

Catch the inspiring works of 32 competitors comprising 12 for Professional category and 20 for Amateur category at the Singapore Garden Festival 2018.

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Hall of Fame

Category

Professional

Amateur

Champion

Kazuhiko Tanaka (Japan) Muhammad Iqbal Aditya Nuryasin (Indonesia)

Second

Cho Hye Young (Korea) Pang Ip Hou (Macau China)

Third

Nguyen Phi Minh (Vietnam) Si Tou Sut I (Macau China)

Special Awards

Chen Nina (China) - Best Thematic Floral Design for "Movement & Excitement with Chrysanthemum" Muhammad Iqbal Aditya Nuryasin (Indonesia) - Best Thematic Floral Design for 'Urban Jungle with Orchids."
Kazuhiko Tanaka (Japan) - Best Chairback design 'Dressed for dinner'. Pang Ip Hou (Macau China) - Best Floral Design for Surprise Package 'Flowers for Cocktail table'.
Cho Hye Young (Korea) - Best Handtied Bouquet ---

Champions in Professional Category

2016 – EDWARD KHOO (Malaysia)
2014 – PAN LEI (China)
2012 – HAMIDAH BTE ABDUL KARIM (Singapore)
2010 – HUNG MO JOO (Korea)
2008 – ALEX CHOI (Korea)
2006 – EDDIE CHAN (Singapore)
2004 – SUN WEI (China)
2002 – EDDIE CHAN (Singapore)
2000 – LIM CHIEW BENG (Singapore)
1998 – LIM CHIEW BENG (Singapore)

Champions in Amateur Category

2016 – VERONICA BOUDVILLE (Singapore)
2014 – EDWARD KHOO (Malaysia)
2012 – LAM CHUN YU (Macau)
2010 – JESSIE TAN (Singapore)
2008 – FUNG KIT YEE DODO (Hong Kong)
2006 – TAN SIEW KHIM (Singapore)
2004 – OKTAVIA KAMAL (Indonesia)
2002 – LOO FU YEE (Malaysia)
2000 – EDDIE CHAN (Singapore)
1998 – CHRISTINA PANG (Singapore)