This year's winner hopes to share her love of these subjects with other students, and use that love to benefit society.
This year's SOTY Community Contributor winner, 18-year old Cherish Siu Cheuk-wing, stops at nothing to help her community.
Does this even count as news? It’s no surprise that the trio credit Hong Kong’s best English-language newspaper for teens with much of their success.
Belinda Ng was nervous as she walked out of the interview room for the Student of the Year Grand Prize final judging. She thought she had “messed up”.
The Student of the Year Advisory Board welcomes two new members this year, and together they bring a wealth of experience.
Human rights, poverty, disease and pollution are themes that Grace Lam Tin-yan can confidently speak about. But when her name was called for her final interview, she was speechless.
The 12 finalists for the Student of the Year – Best Devotion to School Award gathered for a group photo with their judges. They were smiling politely and shifting meekly around according to the photographer’s directions.
Students at Methodist College in Yau Ma Tei were treated to some outstanding guest speakers at the Student of the Year Awards (SOTY) school talks.
A lack of encouragement, falling in with the wrong crowd, having a disability ... many hardships that young people face can seem insurmountable, but this year’s STOY finalists prove they can overcome.
Picking up a second language is not easy. Lots of students do it by taking as many after-school tutorials as possible, but Gwyneth Goh Kai Xin learned Putonghua the hard way.