Sino Junior Reporter Programme

While Hong Kong is known as a food paradise, will our local food culture fade out eventually?
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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.
September 3rd was a happy day for some 40 local students who completed the Sino Junior Reporter Programme 2016 organised by Sino Group and supported by SCMP Young Post.
Kenneth Yuen has been in the business for more than 30 years, but he was not successful from day one.
On June 25, 60 Form Four students from numerous local secondary schools gathered at Tsim Sha Tsui Centre to attend a journalism training workshop for the Sino Junior Reporters Programme 2016.
Sixty students participating in the Sino Junior Reporter Programme 2016 attended a workshop at Tsim Sha Tsui Centre on June 25.
The topic of this year's Sino Junior Reporters Programme was Hong Kong’s culinary heritage.

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