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Students receive prizes at The Story of Jao Tsung-i Field Project Competition awards ceremony 

06 Aug 2021

(From left) Dr Simon Suen, Founding President of the Development Committee of the HKBU Jao Tsung-I Academy of Sinology; Professor Lee Chack-fan, Director of the Jao Tsung-I Petite Ecole of The University of Hong Kong; Ms Angeline Yiu, Professor Jao Tsung-i’s daughter and Founding President of The Jao Link; and Professor Chen Zhi, Director of the HKBU Jao Tsung-I Academy of Sinology, attend the The Story of Jao Tsung-i Field Project Competition awards ceremony.
(From left) Dr Simon Suen, Founding President of the Development Committee of the HKBU Jao Tsung-I Academy of Sinology; Professor Lee Chack-fan, Director of the Jao Tsung-I Petite Ecole of The University of Hong Kong; Ms Angeline Yiu, Professor Jao Tsung-i’s daughter and Founding President of The Jao Link; and Professor Chen Zhi, Director of the HKBU Jao Tsung-I Academy of Sinology, attend the The Story of Jao Tsung-i Field Project Competition awards ceremony.
Carmel Pak U Secondary School becomes champion of the senior secondary category of The Story of Jao Tsung-i Field Project Competition.
Carmel Pak U Secondary School becomes champion of the senior secondary category of The Story of Jao Tsung-i Field Project Competition.
Queen Elizabeth School is crowned the champion of the junior secondary category of The Story of Jao Tsung-i Field Project Competition.
Queen Elizabeth School is crowned the champion of the junior secondary category of The Story of Jao Tsung-i Field Project Competition.

A total of 28 awards were presented to secondary school students at the awards ceremony of The Story of Jao Tsung-i Field Project Competition, which was held at the Jao Tsung-I Academy today (6 August). The Competition was jointly organised for the first time by the Jao Tsung-I Petite Ecole of The University of Hong Kong, the Hong Kong Baptist University Jao Tsung-I Academy of Sinology and The Jao Link. 

 

The Competition received submissions from various genres, including videos, musical compositions, paintings and pieces of creative writing. Some students even used shadow play or created front and back covers, illustrations and animations to recreate images of Professor Jao and the inspiration they have gained from the master.

 

Queen Elizabeth School and Carmel Pak U Secondary School were crowned the champions of the junior secondary and senior secondary categories respectively with their works “A Closer Look at the Jao Studies: From the Studies of Dunhuang to Chaozhou” and “On Jao Tsung-i’s Research Methodology in Dunhuang Studies: From the Perspective of the ‘Threefold Corroborating Evidence’ Method”. Pooi To Middle School received the Most Participating School Award, while the International Christian School was awarded the Special Award for Foreign Language Submission. 

 

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