hkust builds bridges Hong Kong University of Science and Technology is setting up an Enterprise Centre with funding from the government and the Hong Kong Jockey Club to build up stronger bonds between business and industry, and carry out applied research. hotline opens for school places The Caritas Youth and Community Service has set up a counselling hotline for parents and Primary Six students who did not get into their desired schools - 2337 1600, will be on until July 19 from 8am to 10pm. bring out your old cds Friends of the Earth is launching the first community project of its kind in Hong Kong for recycling CDs. The campaign started in June and will last for one year. There are more than 200 recycling bins in shopping malls and housing estates, Fan Ling Public School, Hong Kong University, City University, University of Science and Technology and Baptist University. numbers add up for beijing team A Beijing team won the World Class Arena and Maths Olympiads match held at Yuen Long Ping Estate Wai Chow School which drew more than 100 students from Hong Kong and the mainland. Beijing primary student Wu Hao won in the individual test section. invitation to spread the word Applications are being invited for 10 Young Journalists Fellowships to Grassroots Women's International Academy and the World Urban Forum at Barcelona, Spain, September 7 to 17. Contact Huairou Commission chairperson, Jan Peterson, 249 Manhattan Ave, Brooklyn, NY 1121, US. Tel +1-718-388 8915 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org st paul's student wins amcham award St Paul's Convent School graduate Stephanie Kwong Yuen Yan won the AmCham Charitable Foundation US Studies Scholarship. Excelling in academics, extra-curricular activities and community service, she was awarded $16,000 and a Certificate of Merit.