1. The event is
organised every 2 months within the period of one year.
Contestants are allowed to send one entry for each class of goldfish.
3. Contestants will be the judges
but they cannot judge their own fish.
4. Contestants can provide
feedback and protest in the initial ranking of the fish. The
final decision are reached by consensus. In the event of a
dispute in ranking,
on the spot voting will be conducted. This is often followed by
sharing session on the strength and weaknesses of each entry.
5. Contestants need not use the
same fish in the competition in every round. Instead, they are allowed to swap
to another fish in the midst of the competition as many times as they want to improve the
ranking of their fish.
6. The result for the round is
final when all members are happy with the ranking and they have
decided their final entry.
7. The scores are accumulated in
every round and the contestant who achieved the best scores in
each class win the MoCY award for the year.