Whether you’re for or against any given motion during a debate, these are some key things all debaters should keep in mind.
From left: Division 1A contestants Maxine Law, Sakura Lee, and Zachary Tong from CCC Kei Yuen College; Sarah Tse, Isaac Sham, and Natalie Cheung from Stewards Pooi Kei College.
The 14th Nesta-SCMP Debating Competition Grand Final has finally arrived. Today the champions of the 1A and 2A divisions will be decided at Hong Kong's City U.
Coby Siu of Po Kok Secondary School
Concordia Lutheran Secondary School and Po Kok Secondary School both shone bright in the 14th Nesta-SCMP Debating Competition.
Sakura Lee of CCC Kei Yuen College
CCC Kei Yuen College are through to the grand final of the Division One A, 14th Nesta-SCMP debating competition, after defeating Carmel Secondary School.
The champion team from St Rose of Lima's College (from left) Natalie Chen, Natarie Tsui, and Judy Lam.
St Rose of Lima's College outlasted Tuen Mun Government Secondary School to become the Division Three champion of the 14th Nesta-SCMP debating ...
Po Kok Secondary School's Alice Wong (far right) argues against the motion, while STFA Tam Pak Yu College's Teddy Siu agrees with it.
STFA Tam Pak Yu College came up short against Po Kok Secondary School in the sixth round of the 14th NESTA-SCMP debating competition. The schools debated ...
Tiffany Tang (left), of Diocesan Girls' School, opposes the motion, while her rival debater Sharon Lo backs it.
Tuen Mun Government Secondary School defeated Diocesan Girls' School (DGS) in the Division Three semi-final of the 14th Nesta-SCMP Debating ...
Felix Yiu, Dorothy Kwok, and Janice Lee of Carmel
The results are in! Carmel Secondary School defeated CCC Ming Kei College in the fourth round of the 14th Nesta-SCMP debating competition held before the Easter break.
Stewards Pooi Kei College's Sherry Au, named best speaker, on her way to victory.
We have now reached the fourth round - the knock-out stage - in the 14th Nesta-SCMP debating competition. In the latest match-up between two Sha Tin schools ...
Rocky Chan Lok-ki of Ming Kei argues the affirmative side.
One of the most discussed topics recently has been whether Hong Kong property should be reserved for Hongkongers. Debaters from CCC Ming Kei College ...
(Left to right) Hayley Anne Thomas, Andrea Hui and Gordon Choi Ga-chun of Creative Secondary School (affirmative).
Last September the Hong Kong government announced a pilot programme to implement the "Hong Kong land for Hong Kong people" project on two land ...