Poems & short stories
Writing a great story is hard work. An author needs to think of an exciting plot, develop interesting characters, and add details to create a setting that will draw readers in.
In a re-invention of the Classic Alice in Wonderland tale, Alice reflects on the fantasies and frustrations associated with achieving her dream: studying dance at the famous Juilliard School in New York. This story was written by Fred Wong ...
A young boy and girl take a strange journey to a different era, where the line between illusion and reality is blurred. This story was written by Larissa Tang, from South Island School
A girl is unhappy about having to spend the day in the park with her older cousin, Felix. But then she is forced to ask for his help, only for him to disappear.
As I looked out at the horizon and the blue-green ocean, the outline of the island of Po Toi was slowly becoming larger and more detailed. I skimmed my hand on the water's surface and watched the white splashes coming out from underneath the speedboat as it bumped through the waves. I watched...
In a moving essay that won the top prize at the Junior Writers Award, Yeung Lok-chi tells how his late cousin's heroic battle against cancer continues to motivate him.
It was late at night, and the wind whispered outside the window. Leaves rustled against trees. Here I was, lying on my bed and staring at the ceiling.
The first time I saw Tristan was on one inconspicuous day of November in 2006. It was just beginning to change from autumn to winter and the air was chilly. He was standing on the side of the street in a blue puffy jacket and dark worn jeans. His shoulder-length hair whipped over his face, blurring...
Student Reo Shoshi imagines travelling back to the discovery of the New World in the 15th century