The 20th executive committee of the Hong Kong Outstanding Students' Association (HKOSA) has been elected. The new committee has vowed to continue its commitment to voluntary projects, as well as to inspire their peers to extend their developments to all levels of the global community. Felix Yam Shi-da of Diocesan Boys' School has been named president, with Bryan Kam Tsun-man of the German Swiss International School as vice-president. To achieve their targets as well as to celebrate its 20th anniversary, the committee has chosen the theme 'Actualise to Believe, Converge to Diversify'. The theme also encapsulates the aims of developing students' ability to realise their dreams, bringing together like-minded teenagers and developing their global awareness, social conscience and interpersonal skills. The HKOSA will organise four major projects in the coming year - the first to be next month's International Convergence 2006. This multicultural experience scheme attracted support from a number of consulate-generals last year. The event seeks to educate Form Three and Form Four students on the culture of different countries and cultural diversity of Hong Kong. There will be a series of activities, such as interviews, visits to temples and cooking lessons. Younger students will be able to hone their leadership skills and strengthen their commitment to the community under the Volunteer Leadership Training Scheme, which will be launched later this year.