Hong Kong Team Match Highlights
About this competition
Ministry of Education of the People's Republic of China, China Association for Science and Technology, Hong Kong Zhou Kaixuan Foundation
Organizers in Hong Kong
Hong Kong New Generation Cultural Association
Hong Kong SAR Government Education Bureau
Final review location
The "Little Scientists of Tomorrow" rewarding activity is known as the "Nobel Prize for Chinese Youth", a science and technology education activity. It aims to provide a platform for outstanding young science and technology enthusiasts in China to display, communicate and learn, encourage young people to aspire to devote themselves to the cause of natural science research, and cultivate scientific ethics, innovative spirit and practical ability. Students participating in the rewarding activity can not only improve their own level through this activity, but also communicate with students from more than 30 provinces and regions across the country during the activity, so as to enrich their own scientific knowledge and let more students from different regions know The situation of science education in secondary schools in Hong Kong. Since the first award event, the association has organized and led Hong Kong students to participate, and it has been held for 10 sessions so far.
A total of 4 students from Hong Kong entered the final evaluation of this year's competition, including Lian Peiheng, Chen Kaiyi, Yang Yingqi and Liu Dejian. Among them, Yang Yingqi from St. Paul's School became the winner with her chemical research - "Iron Absorption Master" The first female student in Hong Kong won the first prize in this competition, and other students won the third prize. On December 3, 2010, the Science and Technology Innovation Center held a press conference in Hong Kong at the Kowloon Tong Education Service Center of the Education Bureau of the Special Administrative Region Government to share the joy and glory of the award-winning students with the public.