Student of the Year

It’s easy to take language for granted, but the three 2017 Student of the Year Linguist Award winners understand its importance.
Seventeen-year-old Badminton star Jasmine Leung has worked hard to get where she is now, and is determined to make Hong Kong proud at the 2018 Asian Games.
2017 Student of the Year (SOTY) Visual Artist winner Jasmine Lam says that art isn’t just looking at something and copying it – it can be so much more.
Go back just a couple of generations, and a lot of Hongkongers probably owned a harmonica and knew how to play it. Now, however, the beauty of this miniature instrument largely goes unrecognised. But not by 17-year-old Chan Tsz-wun Charis.
Success didn’t come to this year’s SOTY winners overnight. Here are the stories of hard work and dedication behind the prizes.
Scientist, activist and now Student of the Year 2017 Grand Prize Winner, Misha Fischer is truly unstoppable.
These young artists are breaking Hong Kong youth stereotypes with their creative talent and deep understanding of current social issues.
These young performers want to change the culture of arts appreciation for everyone in Hong Kong.
Past Chopin Piano Competition winner says hard work and dedication are key to those who want to pursue a career in music.

Colleen Lee's journey on becoming a musician and her advice for young musicians

The road of an aspiring musicians can be a long and challenging one, but the enthusiastic young music students at Renaissance College had the chance to learn about what it takes to be a professional musician from international award-winning pianist Colleen Lee.

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