Tsang Pik Shan Secondary school A musical - A Christmas Carol - organised by Tsang Pik Shan Secondary School on May 14 was a huge hit. The play, performed by Chunky Onion Productions, was aimed at showing students that learning English can be fun. The students not only enjoyed the show, they also played a part in it. Two of our students acted as MCs, and three others played the roles of Bob Cratchit's children and an angel suggesting that Ebenezer Scrooge would not go to Heaven because of his evil deeds. Three of our teachers provided the highlight, performing a dance on stage with the crew. The students were captivated by the performance and we have to thank Chunky Onion Productions for putting on a wonderful show. We are looking forward to their next production. Yu Chun Keung Memorial College No 2 Paul House and Gregory House won the overall boys' and girls' titles, respectively, at the school's 21st annual Swimming Gala held on May 16. In his opening address, William Yip, the school principal, reiterated the importance of responsibility, persistence and teamwork. He said we could show our patriotism by helping the Sichuan earthquake victims. The Grade A individual champion was Chan Tat-kong from Michael House. Ma Tze-fung and Keung Sun-yan from Paul House won the Grade B and Grade C titles, respectively. Sze Lam-lam from Gregory House won the individual girls' championship. Paul House won the cheering team award. CMA Secondary School CMA Secondary School held its annual Ball Games Day on May 16 at the school playground. The activity was aimed at encouraging students to participate in sports in order to improve their physical and mental condition and boost their confidence and team spirit. There was a tense atmosphere as the finals of the inter-class basketball, football and table tennis competitions got underway. The spectators cheered on the competitors who did their best in every game. Competition was keen and the players were eager to overcome the challenges. The teams executed their game plans, both defensively and offensively. Sportsmanship and the determination to win were apparent among the participants. There were also game stalls and videos on ball games to raise students' interest in sports. The competition, which ended at 12.30pm, was a great success.