Young Post Brain Game competition September 2019: Enter for a chance to showcase your creativity and win a portable dual monitor for your laptop

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Face off against other students in a series of challenges to become the ultimate Brain Game winner

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Want to unleash your potential and take your creativity to the next level? Want to also see your work published in Hong Kong's most popular school newspaper?

Brain Game will return next month, so if you want to challenge yourself, have your writing appear in Young Post, and possibly win a great prize, read on. In this round, the ultimate winner will win an on-the-go dual monitor for laptops from Mobile Pixels worth HK$1,988. This prize is sponsored by local online shopping platform Searching C.

The prize for this round of Brain Game is a portable dual monitor for your laptop.
Photo: Mobile Pixels

Each week, contestants will anonymously answer an open-ended question on a wide range of topics. Readers then vote for the best answer online - until only the winner remains. For a chance to take part in the latest round, send an email to [email protected] with your name, age, school, and contact number, and answer this question:

Why do you want to be a Brain Gamer?

Brain Game is only open to Hong Kong secondary school students. Entries close at 11.59pm on August 31. Good luck, brainiacs!

Check out our Brain Game section to see previous rounds!