Marymount Secondary School
The gender imbalance in Hong Kong has left many women worried about finding a husband. TVB hoped to highlight the social issue with Bride Wannabes.Thursday, 17 May, 2012, 12:00am
More than 200 students will take part in Hong Kong's first French speech competition for primary and secondary students to be held this month. The contest, organised by the Association of Teachers of French in Hong Kong and Macau, will have three categories - solo poetry speaking, choral poetry and dramatic scenes.11 Nov 2010 - 12:00am
Name: Kimberly Tong
Year: Form Four
School: Marymount Secondary School
I signed up for this assignment as I wanted to experience the life of a reporter first-hand, understand more about radio drama and expand my horizons through new experiences - and I have to say I was not disappointed at all.21 May 2009 - 12:00am
Importance of a good night's sleep
Nowadays, many teenagers stay up until 2 or 3 in the morning. When they don't have enough sleep, they tend to nod off during the day.
So they find it hard to concentrate on their studies. Adequate sleep is very important for teenagers, because their bodies grow during the night.25 Jan 2008 - 12:00am
Peer pressure is something most teenagers suffer from. Teenagers aged 13 to 17 are the most affected. They constantly worry about being in the 'popular' group. Gadgets like the i-Pod, the latest mobile phones, trendy clothes and exquisite jewellery rule their lives, as they are the essentials to enter the glam group.27 Dec 2007 - 12:00am
Flipping through the newspapers, we see that people are trying to commit suicide for many crazy reasons - some think that no one loves them, then there are those who believe that their life is ruined, and so on. I wish people didn't think like this.24 Dec 2007 - 12:00am
Watch and learn as art imitates life
Hong Kong people like to watch all kinds of different television programmes.
Most children, teenagers and many adults watch entertaining programmes.For instance, children love watching cartoons, while adults enjoy TV dramas.
Teenagers prefer comedy programmes and those about school life.18 Dec 2007 - 12:00am
Treasure family, no matter what
Sometimes I wish there were no adults in the world.
My parents are very strict.
They don't let me play computer games and they keep an eye on my blog to make sure I don't post any foul language.
Although I hate it when they do that sort of thing, I still love my family.12 Dec 2007 - 12:00am
Stop using foul language
Is foul language a kind of insult? Or is it used by teenagers to express their frustration?
Whatever the reason, we should never use bad words.
Some teenagers use foul language because it is 'cool', while others do so because they hear obscenities almost every day - on the road, trains and buses.4 Dec 2007 - 12:00am
Saving old sites a waste of resources
Preserving historical sites has been a hot topic.
From the Star Ferry pier in Central to the old wet market in Sai Wan, people have been asking the government to preserve the sites as part of their collective memory.
But I don't believe it is worth keeping so many old buildings just to remind us of our past.14 Jul 2007 - 12:00am
The annual speech day took place at Marymount Secondary School on June 2. Mr Justice Patrick Chan Siu-oi, permanent judge of the Hong Kong SAR Court of Final Appeal, was the guest-of-honour.
In her opening address, principal Veronica Ma congratulated the staff and students of the school for their many achievements during the year.10 Jul 2006 - 12:00am
Students at Marymount Secondary School in Happy Valley take steps to say a big 'thank you' to their teachers.
The dance sketch was just one of several acts in a revue to mark the final day of teacher appreciation week. The show, in front of the whole school, kicked off with a speech on the theme 'Why God made teachers'.3 Jun 2006 - 12:00am
Students from eight secondary schools will join hands later this month to present a play about the meaning of beauty.4 Aug 2005 - 12:00am
Pok Oi Hospital Chan Kai Memorial College won the Ranatra Fusca Creativity Award at the Odyssey of the Mind 2005 World Finals at the University of Colorado last month.15 Jun 2005 - 12:00am
VENISE CHAN WING-YAU
The 15-year-old played a huge role in Hong Kong's qualification for the Junior Federation Cup world finals later this year in Barcelona. She won six consecutive singles matches as the SAR's under-16 tennis team beat New Zealand earlier this month.29 May 2005 - 12:00am