CALVIN Hui Hon-kwan, four, loves to draw Batman because the cartoon super hero triumphs over evil. But in this case he more readily identifies with an angel of love. 'That's me!' said Calvin pointing to the yellow-winged cherub he drew in mid air, showering kisses in the shape of hearts to humanity below. Calvin's drawing, titled 'Be A Loving Angel', won first place in the junior category and also claimed the grand prize in the 1995 International Children's Drawing Contest, the 16th year of the competition. It's organised by Harbour Jaycees and the Urban Council. The competition attracted over 20,000 young children, between the ages of four and 13, and parents thronged the Centenary Garden in Tsim Sha Tsui from early morning to afternoon. The children exercised their imagination on three topics: 'My Beloved School,', 'Nature and I,' and 'Be A Loving Angel'. 'Be A Loving Angel' was a natural choice for Calvin, who is following the artistic footsteps of his father, Hui Chi-fai, who is a graphic arts lecturer at Kwun Tong Technical Institute and teaches children drawing in his spare time. Mr Hui noticed very early his son's active interest in art and has been nourishing Calvin's talent ever since. His efforts seemed to have paid off. During the day-long event, various performances and game booths provided entertainment. The event was enhanced as parents and the public entered a photo contest by capturing the moments of the drawing competition on camera. Among the adjudicators were famous local graphic designers Aser But and Kan Tai-keung. Winning drawings and photographs will be displayed in Korea this month. Prizes included three American International Assurance Company's Scholar Gold study saving plan, air tickets, scholarships, watches and free subscriptions to magazines. Exhibitions of the winning works will be staged at the Hong Kong Cultural Centre (August 4-14), Ngau Chi Wan Civic Centre (August 15-20), Sheung Wan Civic Centre (August 21-31) and Yau Tsim Arts and Culture Association (September 1-14).