Special reports

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Emily Tang, the 2017 winner of the Spirit of Hong Kong Innovating for Good award, designed a toilet which is safer to use for Parkinson’s patients.
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The judges of the Student of the Year awards tell us what they’re hoping this year’s candidates will bring to the table.
Students in the English, Cantonese and Mandarin categories impressed judges with their take on the theme 'aspire to create'.
Strong pieces, talent, and sheer determination wow the adult adjudicators of this year's Student of the Year competition.
All the finalists have hundreds of hours of volunteer experience under their belt, but judges are looking for more than just dedication.
A day of thrills, challenges and triumphs helped this year’s Student of the Year candidates grow from competitors into companions.
With stakes being so high, each student is determined to make a lasting impression on the judges.
Two judges for the Student of the Year – Visual Arts award on the qualities they are looking for in contestants.
Performing Artist category finalists need to bring something unique or even surprising that makes them stand out from the crowd.
Out of the many entrants who joined the Speak Up! Voice Competition, 14-year-old Tifany Fan and Shaik Mogdoom Rasmiyah, 16, were crowned last year’s winners.
Best Improvement candidates should be modest about their progress and find ways to do even better.