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Hong Kong students win awards

In line with the direction of "Nurturing Youth and Creating Talents", the New Territories Youth Federation, the New Territories Youth Development Foundation and the Hong Kong Outstanding Students' Association organized the "New Territories Distinguished Students Election 2023" Award Presentation Ceremony cum "Hong Kong in 2035" Outstanding Student Dialogue at the Charles K. Kao Auditorium of the Hong Kong Science Park on Sunday (22nd), inviting Mr. Cheung Kwok-kwan, Deputy Secretary for Justice, Mr. Lam Sai-hung, Secretary for Transport and Logistics and Mr. Sze Chun-fai, Under Secretary for Education, as well as over 100 school principals and teachers to be the officiating guests to witness the achievements of the outstanding students. Mr. Cheung Kwok-kwan, Deputy Secretary for Justice, Mr. Lam Sai-hung, Secretary for Transport and Logistics, and Mr. Sze Chun-fai, Under Secretary for Education, as well as more than 100 principals and teachers were invited as officiating guests to witness the achievements of the outstanding students.

This year, more than 1,400 students participated in the Outstanding Students Election. 45 outstanding students from the nine New Territories districts were selected to enter the final round of the New Territories Outstanding Students Election, and the "Ten Outstanding Students of the New Territories" were finally selected after group interviews, personal interviews, written tests and short video competitions.

Mr. Tam Chun-kwok, Chairman of the New Territories Youth Federation, said that the awardees are confident that Hong Kong will become an international innovation and technology center, which shows their love for Hong Kong and their vision for the future development of innovation and technology, and they hope that the outstanding students, as student leaders, will add bricks and mortar to the development of Hong Kong and the country. The Secretary, Mr. Lam Sai-hung, said that students should have a deep understanding of things, clearly understand their ideals and goals, and persevere with their beliefs in order to succeed.

In the "2035 Hong Kong My Choice" Dialogue with Distinguished Students, guest speakers Mr. Cheung Kwok-kwan, Deputy Secretary of Department, Mr. Sze Chun-fai, Deputy Secretary of Department and Mr. Leung Wang-cheng, Deputy Secretary of Department, encouraged students to give full play to their unique strengths and to take on the challenges of the future with a serious attitude by sharing their own important experiences in their own growth.

Citing retired Hong Kong team athletes as an example, Mr. Sze encouraged young people to be humble, to gain a deeper understanding of the overall development of the country and the world, and to think more about how to integrate their growth and development with their contribution to the country.

Some outstanding students asked whether the Bureau would match suitable schools to set up exchange students with each other, so as to promote exchanges and learning among young people from different places. Mr. Sze responded that EDB had formed more than 2,300 pairs of sister schools with the Mainland, focusing on Guangdong Province, to enable more in-depth exchanges between students of the two places. Some outstanding students also asked how to deal with cultural differences. Cheung Kwok-kwan considered that cultural differences are advantages and Hong Kong is a pluralistic society, and young people should play the role of super-connectors more often, respecting and tolerating different cultures.

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