A contest aims to promote newspaper reading among students. The Newspaper Hunt is being jointly organised by the British Council and the South China Morning Post . The council will run three advertisements in the Post until April 15. So you will have to read the newspaper every day to ensure that you don't miss even one of them. You must look for the council's Ho Yeah symbol in the advertisements. Ho Yeah is the name of the council's magazine. When you find the symbol, look at the front page of the Post for that day and note the main headline. Contact the council with the information and you could win a free subscription to the newspaper. In addition, your name will appear in the British Council's hall of fame on its Web site. For more details, call Ho Yeah on 2913-555 or fax: 2913-5582. Or you can e-mail the magazine at ho.yeah britcoun.org.hk or write to them at Ho Yeah , The British Council, 3 Supreme Court Road, Admiralty, Hong Kong.