Young Post’s Best of the Month Awards for January

  • Every month, we choose the best letters, debates and creative comments that we have published
  • From arguments in favour of booster shots, to passionate defenses of Hong Kong’s hamsters, these are the entries that impressed us most this month
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There were so many excellent submissions from last month. We thanks all our readers for sharing your thoughts with us. After a careful selection among all the letters, debates and creative comments, we are happy to announce the winners.

Best Letter

The city’s hamsters deserve better

King Kwok Tsz-hong from STFA Leung Kau Kui College expressed his disappointment over the Hong Kong government’s hamster cull and how he was inspired by the people who tried to save those abandoned pets.

A film worth looking up from your studies to watch

Genevieve Moore from Independent Schools Foundation Academy’s letter on Don’t Look Up, the Netflix hit and now Academy Award nominee, addresses crucial questions about the climate crisis, wealth and social media.

Best Face Off

Calissa Poon from Diocesan Girls’ Junior School won this award for her piece arguing why a coronavirus booster shot is necessary. She quoted from studies and comments from health experts, making her arguments strong and convincing.

Most creative

Choi Yat-tung from Christ College shares touching and impressive reasons behind the three tattoos that she plans to get after turning 18, definitely deserves the most creative award.

Most engaged school

King Ling College has made more than 50 submissions to our Top10 and Your Voice pages, and four of them were published.

Congratulation to all winners!

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