The supervisor of the Hong Kong True Light College Madam Pang Sze-mui urged students to continually strive for self-improvement at the school's speech day recently. It was the first time that the school held its speech day in the new premises at Ap Lei Chau. Prizes and certificates were presented to Secondary Five and Secondary Seven students, and to those who achieved outstanding academic performance. Long-service awards were also presented to three teachers. The guest-of-honour at the ceremony was Professor Leslie Lo, head of the School of Education at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Professor Lo urged the graduates not to limit themselves, but to enrich themselves with knowledge in order to meet challenges in an ever changing world. He told the graduates that they needed to make progress and maintain a high degree of competitiveness in a dynamic city like Hong Kong. The professor ended his speech with best wishes for the graduates. On behalf of the graduates, student representative Chan Kai-nam gave a vote of thanks. A particular feature of the Speech Day was the 'Passing Light Ceremony'. It started with a hymn, Pass it On, sung by the school choir. Secondary 5 graduates then handed a lamp down to Secondary 4 students, symbolising the traditional passing of the True Light spirit to the next generation of students. The evening ended with a song titled Remember sung by the guests, parents, teachers and students.