November was a fantastic month for Young Post because we have published so many fantastic stories, letters and creative submissions from our readers. We’re happy to announce the winners as follows:
Justin Kim from the Chinese International School and Vien Kwok from the Tsuen Wan Government Secondary School both won Best Letter. We’re impressed by the initiative Justin has launched to help Hong Kong’s domestic worker, and how well-researched Vien’s letter was.
Best Face Off
Janice Mook from the Diocesan Girls’ School is a clear winner for her convincing essay about why the city should not abolish exams.
Noki Wong from the Fung Kai No. 1 Secondary School; Tsang Chung-ming from St Mark’s Secondary School; and Ng Yiu-yeung from the Carmel Bunnan Tong Memorial Secondary School are all winners in this category. Keep up the creative work!
Hillary Lo from Sha Tin College shed some light on the challenges the city’s refugees face. The story is a great example of how journalism is a public service.
Most Engaged School
STFA Leung Kau Kui College is without any doubt winner for this category: its students have had 17 submissions in November alone!
Winners will each receive a certificate and a special YP notebook to encourage them in their writing journeys. We will be in touch with them.