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The 4th "Tomorrow's Little Scientists" Incentive Event

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

Sponsoring Organization
The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust

year 2004

Final review location

Tomorrow's Little Scientist Award (referred to as the award) is a science and technology education activity jointly sponsored by the Ministry of Education of the People's Republic of China, the China Association for Science and Technology, and the Hong Kong Zhou Kaixuan Foundation. Participants can not only improve their own level through this activity, You can also communicate with students from more than 30 provinces and regions across the country during the event, so as to enrich your own scientific knowledge and let more students from different regions know about the science education in Hong Kong's secondary schools.

The students and organizations who successfully won awards in the award activities can also receive certificates and bonuses respectively. Since 2000, the Science and Technology Innovation Center has organized and led many outstanding students in Hong Kong to participate in this award activity and achieved excellent results.

A total of five students from the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region participated in this competition under the organization of the Hong Kong New Generation Cultural Association. Among them, Leung Kit-yan, a Form 5 student at the Beliros Girls’ Secondary School in Hong Kong, participated in the entry - "All Peppers Looking for Thousands of Goods" research The project stood out from more than 300 projects from more than 30 provinces, municipalities, autonomous regions and special administrative regions across the country, and won the second prize in the country, winning glory for Hong Kong.

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