Although still at university, an economics student has brought financial benefits to his old secondary school with his top performance. Outstanding student Lau Yuk-hoi won a $10,000 prize for TWGHs Yau Tze Tin Memorial College. A recent graduate of the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CU), Mr Lau accepted the prize donated by Nanyang Commercial Bank at a presentation ceremony at the bank's head office. The annual prize was established at the university to honour the best graduate in economics and his secondary school and promote economics education. The $10,000 prize will be used by Mr Lau's former secondary school to buy books on economics and related subjects. Mr Lau was presented a certificate of academic merit by the university's Department of Economics and a souvenir by the bank. The top economics student has already decided to continue his academic career by taking a masters degree in economics at the university. Among those who attended the presentation ceremony were Professor Sung Yun-wing, chairman of the Economics Department of CU; Lee Yin-mei, vice-principal of TWGHs Yau Tze Tin Memorial College; and bank deputy general managers Ng Lin-fung and Law Man-wah.