Ying Wa Girls' School students So Ho-wai and Lo Hoi-yan both scored five distinctions in this year's A-level examination. Ho-wai scored A(1) in Chinese Language, English Literature, Government Public Affairs, Geography and Use of English. 'I have a keen interest in current affairs and I make it a point to keep track of local and world news,' she said. Ho-wai has confidence in Hong Kong and wants to stay on in the territory beyond 1997. 'I have decided to stay on and study psychology in the University of Hong Kong,' said the 20-year-old student. In the art stream, Hoi-yan scored A(1) in Chinese Language, English Literature, Government Public Affairs, History and Use of English. Hoi-yan wants to further her studies in the Cambridge University in Britain, and has been offered a scholarship by the university. Hoi-yan said the rule of law is vital to the prosperity and stability of Hong Kong after the handover. 'I want to come back to Hong Kong and be a lawyer when I finish my studies,' said the 20-year-old.