Enter Brain Game, spring 2020, for the chance to see your name and creative ideas in print and online!

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Want to unleash your potential and take your creativity to the next level? Want to see your work published in Hong Kong’s most popular school newspaper? Brain Game will work its magic to widen your perspectives and discover the ideas of your own.

Another season of Brain Game returns in April, so if you want to challenge yourself, appear in Young Post, and be in with the chance of winning an incredible prize, read on. In this round, the ultimate winner will win a great prize worth HK$2,000.

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, email [email protected] with your name, age, school, and contact number, and answer this question within 30 words:

“If you could unlearn one thing, what would it be?”

Good luck, brainiacs!

(Click here to check out some of the hilarious previous rounds!)

Brain Game is only open to Hong Kong secondary school students. Application close at 11.59pm on March 31.

 

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