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Cnec Christian College

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Name Leo Li Ming-chak School Lai King Catholic Secondary School Grade Form Six Sport Basketball


Thursday, 1 December, 2011, 12:00am


The power of caring for others

Everyone has to choose his or her own path in life. But that does not mean we have to be alone.

Any time you stumble and fall on your chosen path, there are people there to pick you up again, offering support.

Showing you care can improve family relationships and friendships.

25 Feb 2009 - 12:00am


Shop with thought and reduce waste

I went to Sham Shui Po recently and got caught in a serious traffic jam. It was caused by all the people going to the computer exhibition in Sham Shui Po, where there were many low-priced electronic products on sale.

20 Dec 2008 - 12:00am

Treasure what you have every day

My grandmother was very old but healthy. Then one day my mum received a call from my dad. She had a sad look on her face as she talked to my father.

After the conversation, my mum told me: 'Your grandmother has passed away.'

5 Jun 2008 - 12:00am



A high percentage of our school's graduates go to Canada for further study. Canada has two official languages, English and French, and Quebec is a French-speaking province. The school teaches French from Grade 5 to 12.

Last month French teacher Elizabeth Lum organised a 'Celebration of French Culture' to coincide with Le French May.

25 Jun 2007 - 12:00am

Have Your Say

Hatred won't solve anything

Do you hate anyone? Or anyone hate you?

It's not a good feeling to realise that some people don't like you.

No one wants to be in such a situation.

Unfortunately, those who are disliked must have done something wrong or they may be different from others.

12 Jun 2007 - 12:00am

Have your say

Teamwork not always the best option

Teamwork is often important. If we did not co-operate with others, we would not be able to play team sports.

Teamwork can improve our interpersonal skills. Through teamwork we can make new friends.

5 Jun 2007 - 12:00am


CNEC Christian College

Learning English is not only restricted to the classroom at our school. Our teachers have been providing us with many opportunities to learn and practise our English-speaking skills.

Recently, our class was responsible for an activity called 'Spellathon', which was held at lunch time.

2 Feb 2007 - 12:00am

Have your say

An inspiring teacher makes you feel good

My favourite teacher is Ms Lam Pui-shan. She is my English teacher.

She has big eyes and long hair and wears glasses.

I'm so happy that she is my English teacher.

She is kind and nice, and she teaches us enthusiastically.

11 Jan 2007 - 12:00am

Winners, losers warm crowd

AS THE AWARDS were announced at the Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) Secondary Schools Video Clip Project, hundreds of students from 27 secondary schools were filled with pride and joy.

Although many of them hurried to the stage without a prepared script, audiences found those moments most heart- warming.

21 Jul 2003 - 12:00am

Fireworks provide a dazzling finale

Splashing about with a net of squirming fish and picking peanuts in the hot sun gave Hong Kong students a taste of traditional village life in the mainland.

12 Oct 2001 - 12:00am

College grabs another quiz victory

Consecutive victories in a long-running inter- school quiz competition showed a healthy desire for knowledge among the students of a Kwai Chung school.

CNEC Christian College has again won this year's Interschool Academic, Current Affairs and Information Technology Quiz Competition, and fetched home the new information technology (IT) trophy.

27 Apr 2000 - 12:00am

Trip to experience village life leaves deep impression

Twenty-two students from CNEC Christian College went on a trip to the mainland during the Easter holidays. The trip, for Form Three to Six students, was organised by the college's counselling committee and the YMCA School Social Work Unit. Students visited Shui Zhap village in Qing Yuan for four days.

23 Sep 1999 - 12:00am

Trust key to school success

Did you always want to be a principal? No. I used to be a teacher. One day a friend told me there was a vacancy here. I found I had the right qualifications and I applied. When I was a teacher, I wondered what I could give the students, besides knowledge? I thought I would be able to help them more if a became a principal.

18 Nov 1998 - 12:00am

Materialism dominates today's youth culture

Hip clothing, beepers, credit cards - today's youths are embracing materialism as no generation before.

It is a generation without dreams, without love.

Money, money and more money - this is a typical teenage dream.

This reflects in every way, starting with education.

24 May 1998 - 12:00am