Tammy Poon Tim-ming, 17, Form Six, St Stephen's Girls' College Exam Results: Nine As in HKCEE School Posts: Board of extra-curricular activities chairman; standing committee of prefects' council Community Services: Editor of 'Letters to Tammy' column in the Jireh Fund children's magazine (circulation: 10,000 copies); regular speaker for the Campus Crusade; ambassador, programmer, member of organising committee and administrator for the Outstanding Students Association; student member of the Save the Children Fund (Hong Kong). Scholarships and Awards: Cheng Tien Tau Scholarship (2000); Wong Chau Yuk Bing Scholarship (1999-2000); Wong Kwan Pui Scholarship (1999); Alumnae Scholarship (1999); 10 Most Outstanding Students Award (2000); SCMP Musician of the Year Finalist (2000); School Music Creative Showcase (2000); Champion of the Public Speaking Competition (HK Schools Speech Festival 2000); Certificate of Distinction of Economics (1999); best exam result in Computer Studies (1999); school representative and finalist in Mathematics Olympiad HK (1999); Certificate of Distinction for Mathematics (1998); overall champion of piano solo champion in the Senior Challenge of HK Schools Music Festival (1998); school representative in the HK High Achievers Summer Pro gramme (1998); commended for overall academic achievement in school (1995-2000) Interests: Community service; music Ambitions: Studying economics Others: Representative in inter- school competitions and honorary adviser of the school English debating team (1998-2001); delegate of the school (Model United Nations 2000-2001); script writer, director, leading actress, backstage support for the drama team; scriptwriter, leading actress for the radio drama team; member Public Speaking Team (2000-2001); drama scriptwriter, director, leading actress of the school anti-corruption promoting team (1999-2000); one of four members of the school music composition team (1999-2000). Edward Choi Kwan-hoi, 17, Diocesan Boys' School Exam Results: 10As in HKCEE School Posts: Chairman of science society, mathematics club; treasurer of astronomy club; internal secretary of social service society; vice-chairman of conservancy club; school yearbook editor; head prefect; vice-chairman school library; adviser business and promotion department; class captain. Community Services: Internal secretary of Hong Kong Union for Young Leaders; president of joint school librarianship competition preparation committee; chief project holder of joint school science exhibition; volunteer Princess Margaret Hospital, Salvation Army Chun Fat Youth Centre Scholarships and Awards: Supremetech Engineering Scholarship (2000-01); Government Scholarship (2000-01); Woo Hay Tong Scholarship (1998-99); Prize of Congeniality Pacific Rim International Camp, Japan (1999-20000); Sir Edward Youde Memorial Prize (1999-2000); champion in English and Chinese Dramatic Duologue in Hong Kong Schools Festival (2000-01) Interests: Astronomy, science, piano, table tennis, soccer, tennis, drama, reading, surfing the Net, music Ambitions: To study engineering or business in the United States. Others: Grade Eight in piano; table tennis House team member. Jonathan Choi Chun-hang, 17, Form Six, Wah Yan College Exam Results: 10As in HKCEE School Posts: Vice-president of the students' association; vice- chairman of the chess club; co- ordinator of the school House, Loyola. Community Services: Regular clerk of the Hong Kong Museum of Medical Sciences; first violinist of the China Philharmonic Orchestra; internal secretary of the joint school chess promotion unit. Scholarships and Awards: New World First Bus Services (1999- 2000); second in overall academic performance and second in HKCEE (1998-2000); Wan Chai Kaifong Welfare Scholarship (1999-2000); Hong Kong Outstanding Students Award (1999-2000); 13th Sir Edward Youde Memorial Scholarship (1999-2000); best all-round student of Form Five (1999-2000). Interests: Swimming; writing lyrics for songs; playing tennis, Chinese chess games and the violin; listening to classical music. Ambitions: To study bilogical sciences in an American university; to teach and conduct research and development projects related to biotechology in SAR; to join non-profit organisations (Medecins Sans Frontieres, Greenpeace). Others: Captain of the English debating team; member of the solo-verse speaking team. Angela Tsang Yuen-ting, 17, Form Five, Diocesan Girls' School Exam Results: 10As in HKCEE. School Posts: Science club chairman; secretary of the mathematics club; external secretary of the current affairs club; committee member of the conservancy club. Community Services: Publication secretary of the New Territories Region Outstanding Students' Association; member of the Hong Kong Outstanding Students' Association; member of the Zonta Z Club; volunteer worker for the community involvement and volunteer service department in the United Christian Hospital. Scholarships and awards: Class of 1978 scholarship (1999-2000); Woo Hay Tong Scholarship (1998-1999); PTA Scholarship (1995-1996 and 1997-1998); Hong Kong Outstanding Student Award (1999-2000); winner of the Hong Kong Outstanding Students selection ( 1998-1999); silver standard of the Hong Kong Award for Young People. Interests: Listening to music and nature. Ambitions: To join the Medecins Sans Frontieres. Others: Leader and member of science team (2000-2001); leader and member of science team (2000-2001); finalist in the SAR Mathematics Olympiad. Elaine Ng Pui-kei, 18, Form Six, St Paul's Convent School Exams Results: Nine As in HKCEE. School Posts: Vice head prefect; English editor of the school magazine; hospitality team member; school's musical student director and scriptwriter; school representative at the Quality Education Fund expo; HKCEE workshop speaker; class treasurer. Community Services: Registered voluntary worker Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups; member Community Youth Fund; joint school project (Wah Yan College and Western District Community Centre); honorary secretary Greenpower; volunteer fun fair for mentally handicapped children; Unicef; Tuberculosis, Chest and Heart Diseases Association; Community Chest organiser. Scholarships and Awards: Grantham Scholar of the Year Award (2000); Sir Robert Black Trust Fund Scholarships (2000); SPCP Alumni Scholarships (awarded for good school spirit 2000); Ms M. Lee Memorial Scholarship; Sir Edward Youde Memorial medal; Government scholarship (1999); HKCEE top student award (1999); Lugard Scholarship (1998-1999); Standard Chartered Bank Cash Award (1999); Wan Chai Kaifong Welfare Association Scholarship (1999); Paulinian scholarship. Interests: Calligraphy, Music, Debating, Writing. Ambitions: To read law in Britain. Others: Debater on the Chinese debate team (1999- 2000); investigator for the chemistry team (1999-2000).