Check out the sweet and heartwarming entries we received for the Spoil Your Folks Young Post buffet dinner competition

Check out the sweet and heartwarming entries we received for the Spoil Your Folks Young Post buffet dinner competition

We were overwhelmed by the wonderful ways you want to spend your day out with your love ones!

Whenever we ask who your idols are, many of our readers tell us that it's their parents. Many more tell us just how hard their parents work, and how little time they get to spend together as a family. So Young Post offered our readers a chance to treat their parents or guardians to a delicious buffet dinner at a five-star hotel, as well as transportation to take them from their home to the hotel. Fancy!

All contestants had to do was tell us what your perfect date with your parents or guardians would be, and wow! We received so many heartfelt and thoughtful entries, we had to showcase them and show how sweet Young Post readers are.

Below are all the entries, but first up, here is the winner! 

WINNER 

Cindy Chow, 13, Po Leung Kuk Tang Yuk Tien College

Congratulations, Cindy! We were so impressed by the date you described and the thought that went into it. We we hope you and your family will enjoy the dinner buffet!


OTHER ENTRIES

Teresa Kwok, 14, South Island School

Marissa Chow, 14, King George V School

Adeela Nasir, 18, St Margaret's Girls' College

Alice Lock Ying-ching, 14, PLK Tang Yuk Tien College

Benjamin Lum Tsz-him, 11, Meng Tak Catholic School

Muhammad Hassan Khalid, 13, South Tuen Mun Government Secondary School

Chan Ka-ngo, 14, PLK Tang Yuk Tien College

Tai Tik-ting, 13, PLK Tang Yuk Tien College

Law Tsz-ki, Form 3, PLK Tang Yuk Tien College

Chow Sze-yuet, 13, St Mary's Canossian College

He Shuo-qi, 15, PLK Tang Yuk Tien College

Jason Cheung Yu-yeung,14, PLK Tang Yuk Tien College

Choi Po-chi, 13, PLK Tang Yuk Tien College

Ho Yik-lun, 13, PLK Tang Yuk Tien College

Bhandari Susmita, 14, CCC Kwei Wah Shan College (North Point)

Winky Li Wing-kiu, 13, PLK Tang Yuk Tien College

Crystal Ng Cheuk-yin, 16, PLK Tang Yuk Tien College

Man Wing-hang, Form 3, PLK Tang Yuk Tien College

Kuang Yi-ling, 14, PLK Tang Yuk Tien College

Chloe Lau, 13, St Mary's Canossian College

Lam Kei-ching, 13, PLK Tang Yuk Tien College

Lily Choi Po-ying, 14, PLK Tang Yuk Tien College

Jessie Wong Kin-hei, 15, PLK Tang Yuk Tien College

Natalie Wong Wing-yui, 16, Sha Tin College

Fung Hong-yin, 13, Po Leung Kuk Tang Yuk Tien College

Eunice Mui Hoi-ching, 13, Po Leung Kuk Tang Yuk Tien College

Chan Hiu-yu, 16, Po Leung Kuk Ma Kam Ming College

Lam Cheuk-wing, 14, Po Leung Kuk Tang Yuk Tien College

Ng Cheuk-lun, Po Po Leung Kuk Tang Yuk Tien College

Tsoi Yeuk-ki, 14, Po Leung Kuk Tang Yuk Tien College

Cheung Yui, Form 3, Po Leung Kuk Tang Yuk Tien College

Caleb Au Yee-lap, 14, PLK Tang Yuk Tien College

Wong Si-man, 14, Po Leung Kuk Tang Yuk Tien College

Chung Hei-nam, 14, Po Leung Kuk Tang Yuk Tien College

Josephine Chan Ming-yin, 14, Po Leung Kuk Tang Yuk Tien College

Aiswarya Rambhatla, 14, South Island School

Aiswarya Rambhatla, 14, South Island School

Lam Wing-ting, 14, Po Leung Kuk Tang Yuk Tien College

Cheuk Kei-shan, 14, Po Leung Kuk Tang Yuk Tien College

So Fei, 14, Po Leung Kuk Tang Yuk Tien College

Pang Hong-yiu, 14, Po Leung Kuk Tang Yuk Tien College

Anson Leung King-wah, 16, Po Leung Kuk Tang Yuk Tien College

Ady Lam, 14, Island School

Carmalin Rozairo, 15, Delia Memorial School (Hip Wo)

Fan Sum-yee, 14, Po Leung Kuk Tang Yuk Tien College

Chow Man-chun, 15, Po Leung Kuk Tang Yuk Tien College

Tommy Chan Chi-to, 13, Po Leung Kuk Tang Yuk Tien College

Kewalramani Harsh Bhagwan, 13, King George V School

Lai Cheuk-ling, 14, Po Leung Kuk Tang Yuk Tien College

Chan Tin-sum, 13, Po Leung Kuk Tang Yuk Tien College

Tam Yan-wai, Form 4, Carmel Bunnan Tong Memorial Secondary School

Adrian Seto, 18, South Island School

Yuen Suk-fan, 14, Yuen Long Merchants Association Secondary School

Kate Fan Hiu-ching, 11, Renaissance College Hong Kong

Li Tsz-yi, 14, Yuen Long Merchants Association secondary school

Shah Saanchi Ritesh, 14, King George V School

Cheung Kwan-pui, Form 4, Carmel Bunnan Tong Memorial Secondary School

Lai Hoi-ching, Form 4, Carmel Bunnan Tong Memorial Secondary School

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Corey Harris

15:05pm

The backdrop to the event was a well that was illegal and not covered. The worst thing is that it was and is notorious that there are thousands of them in the country. Clandestinos and without security. Notoriously, we all know of ditches, potholes, trees, street furniture, etc. It comes to mind what better prevention than regret. It is curious that as drivers we soon notify the one that has a melted light to repair it, but we pass indifferent to the anomaly, damage or danger in the public road under the alibi of "they will review it", "it's not my thing", " I'm in a hurry, "and so on. It is not about making us all policemen, but if we take care of our house it is good that we take care of everyone and denounce the deficiencies (local police, 112, etc). For my part, more than once I had the feeling of being a Pepito Grillo, when I denounced dangerous situations or tried to correct them (fallen signs, the existence of a loose dog on the highway, etc.) but it consoles me to know that I could have avoided an accident from anonymity. http://doneessay.co.uk/