Special reports

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As this year’s Student of the Year competition rolls around, previous winners talk about what they gained from the contest.
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From winners of the linguist category, to those deemed most devoted to their school, here’s a quick update on a few of last year’s Student of the Year (SOTY) winners, and their advice for this year’s nominees.
We’re on the hunt for excellence: the annual Student of the Year Awards are now open for applications. The SOTY awards celebrate Hong Kong’s most outstanding secondary school students.
From nominations, interviews, and even a one-day leadership camp; here’s what to expect from the prestigious event this year.
The truly generous nature of Hongkongers comes alive at Christmas, but did you know that the campaign began, not in 1988, but in 1960?
While Hong Kong is known as a food paradise, will our local food culture fade out eventually?
Sino Junior Reporter Programme allows students to learn about journalism and local food culture.
The quaint and picturesque village of Tai O is a great place to escape from the busy city.
Sino Group Junior Reporter Programme nurtures future journalists and promotes local culture.
By attending the annual Junior Reporter Programme co-organised by South China Morning Post and Sino Group, students honed their reporting skills and experienced a piece of Hong Kong culture.
Actors just talk and walk and sometimes they do both things at the same time. But most people can do that. The difference is that actors have to use imagination and empathy to put themselves into somebody else’s shoes and become that person in a given situation.