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23 August 2018

Hong Kong Scholarship for Excellence Scheme 2018/19

YIP Pui Lam, a Ying Wa graduate of 2018, has been recently awarded the Hong Kong Scholarship for Excellence Scheme 2018/19 (offered by the Education Bureau).  The scholarship supports outstanding local students to pursue their studies in world-renowned universities outside Hong Kong, with a view to grooming a top cadre of talents with global visions, international networks and world-class education.  Pui Lam will be studying the Bachelor of Laws at the University College London.Link to website (Click)
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19 August 2018

HLYA Programme - Champion - Tour to Tokyo

Thanks to the guidance of the Careers Committee, a team of six Secondary 5 girls Hang Lung Young Architects (HLYA) Programme completed from October 2017 to June 2018.  They went through different rounds of competitions and were finally awarded the champion.  The winning team and Ms. Yip Ngar Sze, the teacher in-charge of Ying Wa, were offered the opportunity to go to Tokyo, from 19th to 22nd August, to further broaden their horizons.  In the tour, they learnt from a wide variety of topics, ranging from Japanese architecture to the local culture of Japan.  The tour was...
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18 July 2018

接龍小說得獎小作家 書展分享創作經驗

2017至2018學年接龍小說比賽冠軍隊伍為:周海銘(五乙)、伍穎彤(五乙)、施穎珺(五乙)、鄭淯之(五丙)。四位小作家在香港書展分享創作《從此以後》的經驗。作品講述90年代上海一條弄堂發生的事情:一群面對高考的學生,在家庭、學業、友情及愛情方面跌撞摸索,最終克服困難,走上康莊大道。四位小作家感謝家長、校友、師生到場打氣,給予支持和鼓勵。
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9 July 2018

Hong Kong Secondary School Debating Competition Term 2 District Finals

Our S4 team emerged as champions at the Hong Kong Secondary School Debating Competition (Standard Format) - Hong Kong and Kowloon Division 1 District Final – on 29 June 2018 while our S5 team also won their match in the Kowloon Senior Division 1 Enhanced Format Championship on 9 July 2018.  The motion of the Term 2 Finals was this House believes that short term volunteering in developing countries by youth from developed regions is beneficial. Starting as novice debaters last September, the S4 team, coached by Ms Mandy Wong, has debated more experienced teams in this tournament, picking up...
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8 July 2018

Privacy Protection and STEM Programme for Schools -- 2nd runner-up

A team of five S2 students from Aerial Photography and Technology Team was awarded 2nd runner-up in the competition “Privacy Protection and STEM Programme for Schools”.  Held by the office of the Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data (PCPD) and Young Post, the competition invited students to design an app to promote better understanding of privacy protection and raise the awareness of personal data privacy.List of Participants: Hou Wing Yan, Lee Hei Ching, Leung Wing Ki, Tang Yui Ying, Yu Man Hang
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8 July 2018

Hong Kong Inter-school Basketball Marathon (2018)

Hong Kong Inter-school Basketball Marathon is an annual sports event for young basketball players to excel and explore their potential.  The event is organised by the Hong Kong Schools Sports Federation and subsidised by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department of the HKSAR Government.  This year, our YW Basketball Team won the 2nd runner-up and Chan Wun Yu (5B) was awarded with the Best Basketball Player.  
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2 July 2018

Cheng Yu Tung Cup 2018

Ying Wa Volleyball Team participated in the 12th Cheng Yu Tung Volleyball Cup 2018 from 30 June to 2 July.  It is an inter-school volleyball competition with the participation of more than 20 secondary schools.  Our team achieved commendable results, with the team emerging as the 1st runner-up of the tournament and a number of players being awarded the following prizes: 5A Lui Tin Tsing (Best Spiker), 5B Pang Masami (Best Digger), 5B Li Wai Yue (Best Setter)
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29 June 2018

The HKSSF Grantham Outstanding Student Athlete Awards 2017-18

Chan Ching Tung (6A) was named Outstanding Athlete in the category of volleyball in the Hong Kong Schools Sports Federation (HKSSF) Grantham Outstanding Student Athlete Awards.  The aims of the Awards are to encourage student athletes to strive for excellence so that they in turn become role models and inspiration for other Hong Kong students to participate more actively in sports at the school level. 
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