The newly elected Hong Kong Outstanding Students' Association (OSA) executive committee has vowed to continue its commitment to community projects. The OSA, comprised of awardees and finalists of the Lion and Globe Educational Trust's Hong Kong Outstanding Students Award, will again organise the Student Leaders of Tomorrow Scheme for the presidents and vice-presidents of student unions in Hong Kong. The OSA also plans to continue organising the Hong Kong Youth Summit, which simulates the general assembly of the United Nations. Another project run by the association is the annual interflow camp which provides an opportunity for Forms Three to Five students to better understand global issues. The OSA's 18th executive committee include: President: Donald Sham Shun-on (La Salle College); vice president: Winnie Sze Nga-yi (Diocesan Girls' School); internal secretary: Amy Fu Hau-yu (St Paul's Convent School); external secretary: Calvin Chung Yiu-ting (Diocesan Boys' School); financial secretary: Anderson Tsang Chun-on (St Joseph's College); public relations officer: Kiyan Tam (Marymount Secondary School); social services officer: Dixon Tse Siu-chung (King's College); internal relations officer: Angela Fung Shuk-chong (St Mary's Canossian College); administrative officer: John Lam Sheung-heng (La Salle College); advisers: William Chan Chun-ho (Lingnan University) and Eva Yu Ching-man (the University of Hong Kong).