One hundred entries and winners in an international drawing competition based on the Mona Lisa are currently on display at Olympian City 1 and Central Plaza. The Rising Stars 2008-09 'My Mona Lisa' International Drawing Competition Winning Entries Exhibition features interpretations of the famous painting by Leonardo da Vinci by artists with a disability. It will run in Hong Kong until April 6. The competition attracted 600 entries from Japan, South Korea, the mainland, Singapore and Hong Kong. The overall winner was Hirano Shinji from Japan. He drew a Mona Lisa with big, shiny eyes and the same enigmatic smile as the original If I Met Mona Lisa by 13-year-old Poon Tsz-chai was Hong Kong's winning entry. It also won her the 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art Kanazawa Award, which comes with an exchange trip to Japan. Tsz-chai, who has a mild intellectual disability, is a talented watercolour painter. She made use of acrylics, glass paint and plastic in her piece, which features Mona Lisa amid some of Hong Kong's famous icons. 'I've been thinking, if I get to meet Mona Lisa in Hong Kong, I will show her different tourist spots,' she said. 'We will have so much fun, and it will be an unforgettable experience.' After Hong Kong, the exhibition will go on international tour to museums and galleries in France, Japan, South Korea and Singapore.