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1. Award for most Creative in the "Starnet Digital" Cup of webpage designing contest among college students in Hangzhou.

2. Award for best originality of "Star-Web-digital" cup in webpage design of universities and
colleges in Hangzhou.

I don't konw whether you understand what I want to express. I want your help~~~ help me to amend the sentence.
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5555, who can help me?
1. Award for most creative in the "Starnet Digital Website Design Cup", a contest open to college students in Hangzhou.

2. Award for best originality in the "Starnet Digital Website Design Cup", a contest open to college students in Hangzhou.
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Starnet Digital Website Design Cup

can we put website design in this position?
All the suggestions made so far look to be particularly clumsy! What is the context here? Are these headings to go on a webpage, for example? Or are they to appear in a magazine article, or similar?

If the latter, I would suggest something like:

This contest, open to college students in Hangzhou, is for the most creative website, and the winner will be awarded the "Starnet Digital Website Design Cup".
I think you misunderstood me.

This sentence will be used in my resume. I attend a web design competition which was held among college students in HangZhou city, and my work was considered to be most creative.

It's hard work for me since I want a brief but clear and formal sentence in my resume.

who can help me?

Maybe, I should begin the sentence with "Award for"?
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OK - that makes things much clearer! I would therefore suggest:

I was awarded the XYZ Cup for the most creative original design. This award was open to ...
In that case you may write it this way. Remember to place under "Achievements".

Winner - Most Creative
"Starnet Digital Website Design Cup" - a collegiate website design contest
Hangzhau City(?), China

Winner - Best Originality
"Starnet Digital Website Design Cup" a collegiate website design contest
Hangzhau City(?), China

You may do away with the "a collegiate website....". Just be prepared to give more information during your interview.

PS: Since you want to use a sentence to describe your winning awards, I suggest you place it in a cover letter that must be submitted with your resume.