Last Saturday, several junior reporters spent the day at the Hong Kong Science Park making friends with robots. Here are their accounts.
At a booth set up by the Chinese University of Hong Kong, we found the amazing Treebot.Wednesday, 9 November, 2011, 12:00am
Carmel Divine Grace Foundation Secondary School students Cheung Wai-yeung (left) and Ng Wang-fei, both 19, proved to be a big hit in Germany with their hip-hop dancing robots.15 Jul 2006 - 12:00am
Form one students Lam Ka-mei, 13, and Li Wan-sze, 14, have discovered that a little determination can lead to big rewards. The two girls from Carmel Divine Grace Foundation Secondary School have clinched the first runners-up prize in the design category of this year's Hong Kong Robot Olympics.9 Jul 2005 - 12:00am
Young computer whiz-kids from Hong Kong and the mainland will battle it out in a hi-tech football match in Henan province. Their goal is a place in the finals of a prestigious competition in Japan.
Six local teams will take on mainland students, with a place in July's Ninth Robocup Junior 2005 at stake.9 May 2005 - 12:00am