Dickson Mak Siu-ting, 17, Form Six, La Salle College Exam Results: Nine As in HKCEE School Posts: Vice-chairman of the Putonghua society and Newcomers' Day 2000 Organising Committee; student association chairman; editorial committee deputy editor. Community Services: Member of Hong Kong Youth Red Cross and Interact Club; editor of Outstanding Teens Association newsletters; Hong Kong delegate of the University of Notre-Dame summer experience programme 2000. Scholarships and Awards: Hong Kong Government scholarship (2000-2001); Brother Michael Memorial English Prize (1999- 2000); Reverend Father Granelli Prize (1999-2000); Hong Kong Outstanding Teens elections winner (1995); Sir Edward Youde Memorial Prize (1999-2000); Special prize for excellent achievements (donated by Lscoba 2000-2001) Interests: Collecting and listening to classical music. Ambitions: To be a mechanical engineer to help the disabled, and part-time pianist and conductor. Others: Member of current affairs and speech teams; chairman and conductor of choir. Winnie Wong Hei-yong, 18, Form Six, Heep Yunn School. Exam Results: Nine As in HKCEE. School Posts: Student association vice-chairman and external secretary; second head prefect; science society chairman; English society organiser; student council vice- chairman; reporter for school magazine. Community Services: Social service officer of Hong Kong Outstanding Students Association; member of 'Action 2001' volunteer group for Fu Heng Community Centre; contact person for 'VNET Friends' of Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups; student environment protection ambassador; youth health ambassador for Kowloon Hospital Scholarships and Awards: Mrs W K Cheung Scholarship for Outstanding Academic Achievements (1996-97, 1998- 99); Bishop Baker Memorial Scholarship for Promising Students (1995-96, 1997-98); Bishop Baker Memorial Scholarship for Deserving Student in English (1995-96); Miss C Y Ng Scholarship for Chinese Promising Student in Junior Forms (1995-96). Sir Edward Youde Memorial Prize (2000-01); Certificate of Distinction for Hong Kong Outstanding Students Award (1999-2000) Interests: Volunteer work, writing, reading, singing, public speaking, organising activities, collecting stamps. Ambitions: To study genetics and contribute to the medical field. Others: Member of school's volleyball and softball teams, volunteer group and English debating team Donald Andrew Lung, 18, Diocesan Boys' School Exam Results: Nine As in HKCEE School Posts: Head prefect; class captain; school newspaper editor for English section; representative of student welfare fund; vice-chairman of the science society and Chinese history society; vice-chairman of Hong Kong Union for Young Leaders; internal secretary and vice-director of general affairs department of Joint School Science Society Community Services: Assistant leader of Scout Group; volunteer for Caritas Hong Kong Youth and Community Service and Medicins Sans Frontier Scholarships and Awards: Murjani Scholarship (1999-2000, 2000-01); Hugo Chan Memorial Scholarship for best all-around student (1999-2000); Second in prose reading at Hong Kong Schools Speech Festival (2000-01); Yale Book Award (1999-2000) Interests: Hiking, camping, playing the piano, singing, music and reading Ambitions: To study biotechnology and work in bio-medical field. Others: Grade Eight in piano music and member of school choir. Vivian Tse Wai-yin, 17, Form Six, Maryknoll Convent School. Exam Results: Eight As in HKCEE. School Posts: President and secretary of Ranger Guides; member of geography club and Hong Kong Outstanding Students Association. Community Services: Voluntary worker at the Hong Kong Children and Youth Centre, Fong Shu Chuen, and at the Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups. Scholarships and Awards: Hung Hom Residents Welfare Advancement Association Scholarship (1999- 2000); Sir Edward Youde Memorial Prize for senior secondary school students (1999-2000). Interests: Reading history books; listening to music; making handicrafts. Ambitions: To examine current world economic development; to help those in need. Others: nil Cora Tsang Man-yuk, 17, Lower Six, Diocesan Girls' School Exam Results: 10 As in HKCEE. School Posts: First deputy head of prefects' board; current affairs club chairman; mathematics club vice- chairman. Community Services: President of Hong Kong Outstanding Students Association; assistant to organisers of First World Heart Day of Hong Kong College of Cardiology; Young Envoy 2000 of Unicef; volunteer at Hong Kong Museum of Medical Sciences. Scholarships and Awards: Charles Frankland Moore Award (2000-2001); Government Scholarship (2000-2001); Woo Hay Tong Scholarship (1999-2000); Chung Chin Scholarship (1999-2000); Gibbons Scholarship (2000-2001); winner of Hong Kong Outstanding Students Award (1998-1999); Merit Award in Hong Kong Outstanding Teams Selection (1997-1998); subject prizes in English, Chinese, additional mathematics, mathematics, physics, chemistry, economics, computer studies (1999-2000); Bronze Award in International Mathematics Olympi ad (1999-2000); associate diploma in solo piano awarded by Trinity College, London (1997-1998); Grade Eight (piano) with merit (1996-1997) Interests: Art and design, computer desktop publishing, surfing the Internet, swimming, camping, reading, writing, public speaking, philosophy, mathematics and sciences. Ambitions: To study environmental engineering. Others: Member of maths team (1998-1999); researcher and debater of model organisations (2000-2001); member of the Girl Guides (2000-2001).