School happenings

What exciting or interesting events have been happening at your school recently? Young Post wants to share them.
Panel discussions were among the highlights of the Reading Forum
A rainy day didn't stop 200 students, some from Malaysia, Korea, Thailand, Shanghai, and Wuxi, from taking part in King Ling College's Reading Forum.
A delicious way to celebrate learning at Sir Ellis Kadoorie Secondary School
Students toured the campus at Learning Celebration Day to learn about the different subjects and clubs. There were displays of creative assignments by students, and photos of student activities.
Cat fanciers from all over Asia brought their pets to the show
If felines are your favourite pet, you had to love the Spring Championship International Cat Fanciers Association Show on February 14 and 15 at the Exhibition Centre in Wan Chai. This show is one of the largest in Asia, drawing more than 440 pure-bred cats from Hong Kong, Macau, Malaysia, Taiwan...
Red House scooped the overall PE Day house championship
The school held its 31st annual Physical Education Day at the Sheung Shui Sports Ground on March 16 and 17. Perhaps the most satisfying part was that 755 students, or 91.8 per cent of the enrolment, competed in various events.
Participants take a group photo after the walk.
Athena Hellmann and Alina Bharwani of Canadian International School and Adrian Lim of South Island School organised a walk on the Peak on March 14 to highlight the Joshua Hellmann Foundation, a Hong Kong organisation that advances the prevention, treatment, and diagnosis of rare diseases.
Reverend Lee Ching-chee reveals the foundation stone plaque.
On a cool but heart-warming Saturday afternoon, about 200 people gathered at the site of the future Ying Wa Girls' School campus on Robinson Road. They were there to lay the foundation stone in a ceremony which took place on March 7.
Students raise their hands to say they're ready for the Round the Campus Run.
The Round the Campus Run, one of the major events of my school, was held on February 13, the last school day before the Lunar New Year holiday.
Joyce Wai (right) with her German host family.
Our eight-day exchange programme to Germany was held from February 22 to March 1. The trip, which was held during the Lunar New Year holiday, was a valuable learning experience.
The annual gala raised nearly HK$2.5 million.
On February 7, the school held its fourth annual gala dinner at the Aberdeen Marina Club. It attracted more than 370 French and international guests, including parents, school members and friends.
The school celebrated its anniversary with art.
The school recently celebrated its 45th anniversary by holding a thanksgiving mass, a dance performance, a mural painting competition and a prize presentation.