Tak Nga Secondary SchoolMonday, 18 June, 2012, 12:00am
Well-being is ordinary life
Some people believe well-being is all about having plenty of money, while others think it is about having lots of friends. But, for me, just having an ordinary life is enough.
Some people might find an ordinary life boring. You do routine tasks that never change. Some might even hate it because of the lack of challenges.21 Sep 2009 - 12:00am
A group of photography fans test their skills with Christmas snapshots
Seven Young Post readers took in the festive decorations at Harbour City in our photography workshop led by Robert Ng23 Dec 2008 - 12:00am
Never give up
Many people don't think that the world is fair. But I wonder if they have reflected on why they may not be succeeding.
A lot depends on our own attitude. I believe success comes to those who have tried their best to do everything they possibly can, even though they may face difficulties.12 Mar 2008 - 12:00am
Our family is our greatest asset. They provide us with the best and we should respect them at all times.
When we get back home, we feel more relaxed. Our family helps us in many ways. Perhaps we should ask what we can do for them in return.31 Jan 2008 - 12:00am
Carmel Bunnan Tong Memorial School
Students from Carmel Bunnan Tong Memorial School took part in an educational training camp from December 19 to 21.
The aim of the activity was to help students learn to overcome challenges.
The participants had to undergo tough physical activities during the three-day event.21 Jan 2008 - 12:00am
Our Lady of the Rosary College
The school recently held a cross-cultural programme called 'A Taste of Australia' with sister school Tak Nga Secondary School.
At a special morning assembly, the didgeridoo, an Australian musical instrument, was played.
Some students thought it sounded like a cow, but very dynamic and rhythmic.4 Jan 2008 - 12:00am
Some people think that science is for boys, but a recent technology workshop proved that girls are suited to scientific pursuits too.
Organised by computer giant IBM, the EXITE (Exploring Interests in Technology and Engineering) Camp is an annual gathering which was launched in 1999.17 Aug 2005 - 12:00am
Two schoolgirls, 14 and 15, were injured when a basketball stand they apparently tried to climb collapsed in Tak Nga Secondary School, Yau Yat Chuen, Kowloon, yesterday. The girls were taken to Caritas Medical Centre for treatment.2 Mar 2002 - 12:00am
An $11.6 million support centre will help teachers adjust to using Chinese in classrooms.
The Standing Committee on Language Education and Research has approved the creation of the centre at the University of Hong Kong to smooth the switch from English to Chinese-medium teaching.8 Jul 1998 - 12:00am
I write in response to Peter Wong's letter, 'Present education system not cost-effective' (South China Morning Post, December 29). Mr Wong, people like me do care what happens to our children and our education system.
I agree that students in Hong Kong have to take too many subjects, and as a secondary-school teacher I have observed some overlap.27 Jan 1998 - 12:00am