Last year’s Student of the Year Community Contributor award-winner, Charmaine Wong Tsz-ching, was actively involved in the Hong Kong branches of international charities such as Orbis and Unicef.
Last year’s Student Of The Year grand prize winner proved that autism doesn’t have to be a curse.
You don’t have to be good at drawing or painting to win the Student of the Year (Visual Artist) award, just attention grabbing. Just ask last year’s winner, Raymond Wong Yiu-nam.
Last year’s finalists went above and beyond in meeting the criteria of The Student of the Year – Sportsperson award. Here, the 2015 finalists share some tips on how to stand out from the crowd.
Ivy Liu Hoi-yan loves the beauty of rhythmic gymnastics – but says that making the sport look as effortlessly graceful as it does requires a lot of practice.
The 17-year-old musician took her incredible marimba skills to a Welsh competition ... and came back HK$15,000 richer!
These are our city's best students in a wide range of disciplines, inspiring others with their passion and making the world a better place, one day at a time.
Student of the Year winners are all incredible, but the grand prize winner is exceptional in her ability to create something good out of something bad.
All 12 finalists for the Grand Prize of Student of the Year excel at academics, are active in extracurricular activities, and contribute to the community in many different ways.
The scientific study of language can give you an insight into many aspects of human behaviour, so it’s no surprise that so many students aspire to be great linguists.