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  1. Mother-tongue policy not to be blamed, educators warn

    Posted Jul 01st 2008, 12:00am by Miranda Yeung, Will Clem

    ... of the 13 top-scoring students came from a traditional elite school, while the rest came from English-medium schools, adding fuel to the debate on medium of instruction. But Tso Kai-lok, ... to do with the teaching language,' he said. 'English-medium schools are able to select the best students, so it is only natural that they get the best results.' Sha Tin's ...

  2. It's never too late to start working hard: high-flyers

    Posted Jul 01st 2008, 12:00am by Miranda Yeung, Rebecca Tsui

    ... school. 'When I reached the classroom today, my classmates cheered and clapped. When I got my results, I saw how good they were, and I was very excited,' Grace said. Grace scored six ... Old Boys' Association School, a CMI school in Tsing Yi, there were some worried faces behind those who were celebrating. While Kiki Cheung, 19, received congratulations from teachers ...

  3. Taking up the reins

    Posted Jul 02nd 2008, 12:00am by Miranda Yeung

    ... and you need to respond to them if you want control.' Where to learn Public horse riding schools Visit http://www.hkjcridingschools.com/english/riding_schools_index.asp for details. Private ... in the sport. We have received more inquires.' A new riding school opened last month, bringing the total number to 10. Four of them are public riding schools run by the Jockey Club in Sheung Shui, ...

  4. e-pal germany

    Posted Jun 24th 2008, 12:00am by Miranda Yeung

    ... and videography. Usually I finish my homework at school so I don't have to do anything at home. German is my mother tongue and I have been learning English for almost six years. In my free time, ... There is still a substantial Danish community there today. We even have Danish schools and newspapers. The town is very beautiful, with many old buildings in great condition. But the weather is gloomy- ...

  5. e-pal: netherlands

    Posted Jul 01st 2008, 12:00am by Miranda Yeung

    ... of Zeeland. There are two small harbours which are accessible only by sailboat through a narrow canal. I studied English, German, geography, history, economics, social studies and maths at my school. I prefer sciences, and hope to study psychobiology next year. My first language is Dutch. I also speak English and German, and I'm trying to learn some Cantonese. My friends and I watch ...

  6. e-pal: canada

    Posted Jul 29th 2008, 12:00am by Miranda Yeung

    ... is unpredictable and can be extreme. My first language is English. I can't speak any other languages fluently but I know a little French and Japanese. I go to a very small school with only a few ... than country. I watch several movies a week. If I have any more spare time, I spend it on Facebook and YouTube, or I read. I act in school plays and with theatre companies. I also make films ...

  7. Taking the worry out of homework

    Posted Mar 17th 2009, 12:00am by Miranda Yeung

    ... Miranda Yeung Here is the dilemma: tomorrow you have a history test and a 1,000-word English essay due. There is little time- either you bury your nose in history books, or you start your ... university professors- as tutors in order to provide quality education for students, assuring parents that they can solve problems children face getting through a competitive schooling system. ...

  8. e-pal china

    Posted Jun 22nd 2008, 12:00am by Miranda Yeung

    ... is the biggest city in China and the one that has been accessible to the rest of the world for the longest time. I was studying economics, linear algebra, probability theory, physics, music, English and psychology at school. School life is both stressful and enjoyable; I have a lot of homework and extra-curricular activities, but I also have a lot of friends and fun. There are four of us in my ...

  9. e-pal: france

    Posted Jun 17th 2008, 12:00am by Miranda Yeung

    ... School life is fun as I have many friends and go to a very nice school with lovely old buildings and a park. But I have to work very hard. My major subject is science. I study biology, chemistry, physics, and mathematics. I also study languages (English and Italian), history and philosophy. I have been part of the photography club for three years. We develop our own photos and make ...



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