Young Post's Easter competition 2021: Are you a super sleuth?


This year we're sending you on a scavenger hunt around the YP website

We have the questions, can you find the answers?

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Put on your thinking caps and follow the clues.

You might not be able to do a real-life Easter egg hunt this year, but what about a virtual scavenger hunt? We've given you the questions, and all the answers can be found by browsing through the Young Post website. Find the answers and email them to [email protected] with EASTER SCAVENGER HUNT in the subject line and you'll be entered into a drawing to win some fabulous sweets!

Please make sure to also include your name, school and phone number in your email. We will only look at entries (with all the correct answers) submitted by 11:59pm on Friday, April 2, and the drawing will be held via Instagram live on Tuesday, April 6. 

That being said, here are the questions! Good luck!

  1. Name 5 different YP writers (current or former).
  2. Name two recipes given in Fab Food articles (they can’t be from the same one!)
  3. When did YP publish its first article about coronavirus? What was it called, and who wrote it?
  4. How many food reviews has YP published since January 1, 2020?
  5. Name 5 students who have been featured in Face Off.
  6. YP frequently does articles about camera filter apps – name four apps that we have written about.
  7. What are the 5 ways to deal with difficult people?
  8. What’s the name of the Hong Kong-based charity helping migrant workers, run by executive director Edwina Antonio?

Terms & Conditions

  • The competition closes at 11.59pm on Friday, April 2, 2021
  • The contest is only open to secondary school students in Hong Kong
  • The competition is not open to South China Morning Post staff or their families
  • South China Morning Post Publishers Ltd. (”SCMPP”) reserves the final right of decision on all matters relating to this competition
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