|Own Asiavision Song Contest 3|
|Final date||7 July 2015|
|Venue||Hong Kong Stadium|
|System||Each country awardes 12, 10, 8-1 points to their 10 favourite songs|
"Cross The Line"
|Own Asiavision Song Contest|
Own Asiavision Song Contest 3, often referred to as OASC #3, is the 3rd edition of the Own Asiavision Song Contest. The contest took place in Hong Kong, following country's victory in the 2nd edition with the song "Trap" performed by Henry Lau. This is the first time that Hong Kong hosted the contest.
Twenty-six countries participated in the third edition. The winner was Jordan with the song "Cross The Line" by Camo & Krooked feat. Ayah Marar which scored 120 point, winning by a margin of only 5 points in front of Vietnam. The podium was completed by China, which finished on the third place. Hong Kong, the host country placed 8th.
For more details on the host country, see Hong Kong.
Hong Kong, officially known as Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China, is a city located on the southern coast of China at the Pearl River Estuary and the South China Sea. Hong Kong is well known for its expansive skyline, deep natural harbour and extreme population density (some seven million inhabitants over a land mass of 1,104 km2 (426 sq mi)). It has been named the freest market economy by the Heritage Foundation Index of Economic Freedom.
Hong Kong Stadium is the main sports venue of Hong Kong. Redeveloped from the old Government Stadium, it reopened as Hong Kong Stadium in March 1994. It has a maximum seating capacity of 40,000, including 18,257 at the main level, 3,153 at executive level, 18,507 upper level seats and 57 seats for wheelchair users.
The stadium is located in So Kon Po, Hong Kong Island, a valley near Causeway Bay. Most international football matches held in Hong Kong are held at this stadium. It is also the location for the Hong Kong Sevens rugby sevens tournament. Hong Kong Stadium also hosted the Rugby World Cup Sevens twice, in 1997 and 2005.
|01||Laos||Genii||"Phid Khonthuk Vela"||25||15|
|02||Pakistan||Bat for Lashes||"Daniel"||14||69|
|03||Taiwan||Jolin Tsai feat. Namie Amuro||"I'm Not Yours"||6||91|
|04||Afghanistan||Farhad Shams & Samir Rohesh||"Life"||24||16|
|05||Vietnam||MiA||"Tan Vo (Imma Heartbreaker)"||2||115|
|06||Hong Kong||Cory Lee||"Shot To My Heart"||8||82|
|07||China||G.E.M.||"One Way Road"||3||99|
|08||Kyrgyzstan||Yuliya Rutskaya||"Perevernu Stranitsu"||19||24|
|10||Myanmar||Ni Ni Khin Zaw||"Mario"||20||22|
|13||United Arab Emirates||CruZin feat. Tiny||"Desert Heat"||22||18|
|15||Brunei||Qeez Idrus||"Miss Right"||26||13|
|17||South Korea||Girls' Generation||"Mr. Mr."||9||78|
|18||Sri Lanka||Senani||"Just Us"||21||19|
|19||Indonesia||MisterMiss||"C'mon Bilang I Love You"||7||87|
|20||India||Aishwarya Rai||"Crazy Kiya Re"||11||76|
|21||Jordan||Camo & Krooked feat. Ayah Marar||"Cross The Line"||1||120|
|22||Philippines||James Reid||"Huwag Ka Nang Humirit "||16||63|
|24||Malaysia||Girl Republik feat. Awi Rafael & Alyph Sleeq||"Kau Lelaki Ego"||23||17|
|25||Australia||Zoë Badwi||"Shoot Me Down"||12||73|
|26||Papua New Guinea||Seeda feat. ILL-Bosstino, Emi Maria||"Wisdom"||17||37|