Nina Melwani of King George V School is our new Brain Game champion

Nina Melwani of King George V School is our new Brain Game champion

Defeating nine other contestants in gruelling rounds that tested the limits of their creativity, Nina wins a one-night stay at Disneyland with three friends

Our congratulations go to Nina Melwani, 16, King George V School.

Nina won the latest round of Young Post's Brain Game – beating nine other contestants along the way. Her prize is a one-night stay at the new Disney Explorers Lodge with up to three friends!

Brain Game will return in January as the new year starts, if you are ready for an exciting challenge, want a chance to win a great prize and appear in Young Post, don’t miss the chance!

Ten finalists will answer an open-ended question each week on a wide range of topics. Readers can vote online to decide whom they want to eliminate – until only the winner remains.


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If you want to have a professional photo taken by a South China Morning Post photographer, appear in Hong Kong’s most popular newspaper, show off how witty you are, and have a chance to win a wonderful prize, then send an e-mail to young.wang@scmp.com with your name, age, school, contact number and answer this question: why do you think you should be in Brain Game?

If you’re selected, you will be invited to South China Morning Post’s photo studio in Causeway Bay (1 Leighton Road, near Times Square) to have your photo taken. For examples of previous rounds and topics, please visit the Brain Game section.

Deadline: midnight, Wednesday December 13

This article appeared in the Young Post print edition as
New reigning brain champ

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