- Every month, we choose the best letters, debates and creative comments from students that we have published
- From a reader’s take on cancel culture to strong arguments in favour of NFTs, these are the entries that impressed us most
There were so many excellent submissions from last month. We thank all our readers for sharing their thoughts with us. After looking carefully at all the letters, debates and creative comments from February, we are happy to announce our winners.
Congratulations to Ivan Cheung from King’s College for winning Best Letter with his letter about what he learned from the anxiety he felt the last time in-person classes were suspended.
Venus Wong from the University of Hong Kong also impressed us with her letter on cancel culture, in which she emphasises the importance of free speech and how it should not be exploited to bully others.
Best Face Off
Chan Bo-wen from HKCCCU Logos Academy is a clear winner with her argument on why NFTs are worth the money. She broke down the concept with an easy explanation and strengthened her argument with real-life examples.
Wong Ka-yee from Ho Yu College and Primary School (Sponsored by Sik Sik Yuen) shared a thoughtful reflection on what she would miss most about the outside world if the city went into a lockdown – liveliness on the street and relationships with others.
Most engaged school
Holy Angels Canossian School submitted to a wide range of our pages, including Face Off, Top 10, Your Voice and our recent photo series. Seven of them were published.
Congratulations! Winners will receive a certificate and a special YP notebook to encourage them in their writing journeys. We will send these items once we are able to do so.