Tan Yingran, a student of Lai King Catholic Secondary School, showcases the “super skin” project that won her team the championship in the junior division of Hong Kong Student Science Project Competition 2020 last November. The Hong Kong government has been investing in boosting students’ innovative capabilities and digital competency. 
Photo: Dickson Lee
Tan Yingran, a student of Lai King Catholic Secondary School, showcases the “super skin” project that won her team the championship in the junior division of Hong Kong Student Science Project Competition 2020 last November. The Hong Kong government has been investing in boosting students’ innovative capabilities and digital competency. Photo: Dickson Lee
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Tan Yingran, a student of Lai King Catholic Secondary School, showcases the “super skin” project that won her team the championship in the junior division of Hong Kong Student Science Project Competition 2020 last November. The Hong Kong government has been investing in boosting students’ innovative capabilities and digital competency. 
Photo: Dickson Lee
Tan Yingran, a student of Lai King Catholic Secondary School, showcases the “super skin” project that won her team the championship in the junior division of Hong Kong Student Science Project Competition 2020 last November. The Hong Kong government has been investing in boosting students’ innovative capabilities and digital competency. Photo: Dickson Lee
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