Student of the Year

The winners of last year’s Student of the Year awards tell us how the experience is still opening doors for them, one year on.
As this year’s Student of the Year competition rolls around, previous winners talk about what they gained from the contest.
Five SOTY award-winners show that there is no substitute for hard work and perseverance.
We talk to the five Student of the Year winners in the Best Devotion to School category about their secondary school life, and the many contributions they’ve made to their schools.
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.
As part of the SOTY annual roadshow, students at Munsang College got a crash course in journalism - and what sets it apart from fake news.