Students from HKTA Tang Hin Memorial Secondary School won three awards at the Sino Green Academy - Students' Green Ambassador Programme last week. Their award-winning proposal will be implemented by the Hong Kong Pacific Centre in Tsim Sha Tsui before the end of the year. The green programme was organised by the Sino Property Services. Sixty students from four secondary schools were invited to take part in the five-day programme to learn about carbon auditing and other green issues. The students then put what they had learned to practice and came up with proposals for improving the environment. With their proposal 'Ride to Green', students from HKTA Tang Hin Memorial Secondary School won three awards: Champion, Most Creative Green Proposal and Best Proposal Presentation. The students proposed installing 'exercycles' linked to electricity generators in the rooftop garden of the Hong Kong Pacific Centre. Tenants will be encouraged to ride the 'exercycles' and help generate electricity while exercising. The centre's management team is studying the proposal and will implement it later. 'I never thought our proposal would be implemented. I'd like to see how our proposal has helped the centre when the project is completed,' said Lo Kin-lam. Sunny Yeung, executive director of Sino Group and head of Sino Property Services, said the programme was a good start and the firm would continue organising it. 'By bringing the important message of environmental protection and carbon emissions reduction to the community, green practices will become a habit for everyone,' said Mr Yeung.