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  1. If you could be teleported anywhere you wanted to, where would you go?

    Posted May 13th 2010, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... troubles and worries would not exist any more. Karen Lee Ka-ki, 14, Carmel Secondary School Iwould go to the Antarctic to see the magnificent wildlife and beautiful landscape, especially ... Lauren Engel, 16, Island School Maldives. I would have to say, at times I imagine myself relaxing on the beach, a softly whispering breeze passing by, the sun shining on my back, digging ...

  2. If you had to choose one cause to fight for, what would it be?

    Posted Jun 24th 2010, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Karen Lee Ka-ki, 14, Carmel Secondary School Some people think that wearing fur is a status symbol and a sign of luxury. But millions of innocent animals, including foxes, tigers, mink, ... Paul's Secondary School I would fight to save the earth from climate change. Due to the selfishness and shortsightedness of humans, the earth's environment and ecology have been damaged. ...

  3. Learn to respect nature

    Posted Jul 04th 2009, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... in other words, is not something we can control. It is something we live with in a co-operative relationship and we should respect it. Cello Yu, Carmel Bunnan Tong Memorial Secondary School From ...

  4. This week's question: If Hong Kong ran out of places to put its rubbish in a few months, how would you solve the city's waste woes?

    Posted Oct 08th 2009, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... soon learn to be more careful. Esther Hong, 17, Carmel Pak U Secondary School The only way, apart from reducing the amount of waste produced, is to burn rubbish. Incinerators can be used ... but we could at least get back the land. Using waste also fulfills the '3R's Scarlett Ho 16, St Paul's Convent School Burning rubbish is impractical and environmentally unfriendly. ...

  5. letters

    Posted Oct 07th 2010, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... campaigns on the importance of reducing food waste. The restaurant industry should embrace such a scheme as well. Rachel Ng Chi-yan, Carmel Secondary School ... to others. It can shorten the distance between people. It can make life more wonderful. Kelvin Leung Kwan-kit, Shun Lee Catholic Secondary School Seeing opportunities in our problems When we ...

  6. Question of the week: What will be the biggest environmental problem in 50 years?

    Posted Feb 20th 2006, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... 16 Carmel Divine Grace Foundation Secondary School The Earth is surrounded by a layer of ozone which absorbs 90per cent of the sun's ultraviolet radiation. But there's a big hole ... Mandy Chu Ka-man, 17 SKH Bishop Mok Sau Tseng Secondary School Global warming. A large amount of greenhouse gases are emitted when burning fossil fuels. Although the main carbon ...

  7. This week's question: What would be your novel way to improve air quality?

    Posted Sep 17th 2009, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... by transport and help to improve air quality. Esther Hong, 17, Carmel Pak U Secondary School I'd enforce vegetarianism, but not for religious or slimming reasons. Becoming vegetarian helps ... I think it would be a really cool way to live. Hetty Lee, 15, German Swiss International School I believe all the world's problems can be solved by world peace. I was channel-surfing ...

  8. Question of the week: How far will man go with space exploration in the next 10 years?

    Posted Feb 13th 2006, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Willa Chan Choi-fong, 16 Tak Oi Secondary School More space shuttles will blast off from Russia, the US and China. Space exploration will become more and more popular. Humans will visit ... Secondary School Space travel will grow in the coming 10 years. Sending man into space is not a big challenge nowadays, the main question is money. More and more rich people will take a trip ...



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