Sixty-three inmates who sat for public examinations received their certificates at a presentation ceremony at Shek Pik Prison. They scored nine distinctions, 14 credits and 51 passes in the HKCEE, Pitman Qualifications Examinations, London Chamber of Commerce and Industry Examinations, City and Guilds of London Institute Examinations as well as in courses organised by the Open University of Hong Kong and the Asia International Open University in Macau. Hong Kong Scouts Association Deputy Chief Commissioner Herman Hui Chung-shing presented certificates to the successful candidates. Education had an important role in the rehabilitation of young offenders as it helped them reintegrate into society, a spokesman for the Correctional Services Department said. Seven inmates received prizes for their outstanding performance in a radio drama contest. Budding artists have a chance to show off their skills in a Christmas Card Design Competition. It is organised by Hong Kong Post and Ming Pao Newspapers. Applications will be divided into three groups: Open (age 18 and above), Secondary School (Form One to Seven) and Primary School: (Primary One to Six). Application forms are available at all post offices and the deadline is May 23. Local teen pop sensations will display their musical talent at Warehouse Frank White Studio on Saturday. It's part of the 'Be Original' Music Project, organised by Warehouse Teenage Club to give teen bands an opportunity to perform their own songs on stage and produce their CDs. The concert is aimed at encouraging young musicians to express themselves through original songs and music, say the organisers. Participating bands include Reverb, Throw, Tai Tao Fat, Faith, Tokyo Sex Wale, Charlie Horse, Jevad, NOPDOGS, Carnage and Beige. Adult bands, such as Miracle, DSC Big Mac, Vagaband, Distribution and Icestone II, will also take part. Admission is $40 for members and $80 for non-members. The show will be held from 4 pm to 10.30 pm. For information, call Sandy Chan on 2873 2244.