A debate speech

March 9, 2015 0

Good morning ladies and gentleme

Today our opponent claims that there are a large number of country parks in Hong Kong. It is estimated that about three-quarters of Hong Kong is covered by the countryside. As we have got a vast countryside, our opponent simply thinks that it will be a waste of the .........

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A debate speech

March 9, 2015 0

Good morning, ladies and gentlemen.

Today’s motion is “Country parks should be turned into sites for housing in Hong Kong. “ Our team is strongly against it. A country park is defined as “an area of countryside, usually not less than 10 hectares, set aside for public recreation” As the opposition si.........

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A debate speech

March 9, 2015 0

Good morning ladies and gentlemen

Today’s motion is “Country parks should be turned into sites for housing in Hong Kong”. Before I deliver my speech, let me address some comments raised by the affirmative team.

Our opponents pointed out the housing problems faced by many low-income families. They p.........

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A debate speech

March 9, 2015 0

Good morning, ladies and gentlemen

Today’s motion is “Country parks should be turned into sites for housing in Hong Kong.” The opening speaker of the affirmative side has clearly explained that country parks are areas with high population of green plants. And it is very important to Hong Kong not o.........

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A campus TV programme about tug of war

March 9, 2015 0

Dear Ms Chan

Thank you for asking me to take part in the making of a 30-minute programme about a local Hong Kong sporting event. I have some brief ideas about the show. I will outline the flow of the documentary and suggest how to make it interesting to fellow schoolmates. In the programme, I would.........

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A campus TV programme about rugby

March 9, 2015 0

Dear Ms Chan

  

After doing a research about the local Hong Kong sporting event, I would like to suggest producing a programme about rugby. As rugby has been played in Hong Kong as long as horses have been racing in Happy Valley, this sport has a long history and we hope our students can know more a.........

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A blog entry about teaching and learning poems

March 9, 2015 0

I’ve just bought from a nearby bookstore a poetry collection called “Selection from the Great Poets of the 2tCentury”. The book was pure joy, but I can’t help lamenting on the development of the art of poetry in the city after the experience. The fact that I was the only customer with black hair t.........

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Speech on communication in the workplace

March 9, 2015 0

Dear teachers and students, good afternoon.

Thank you for inviting me to share my working experience with all of you. I am Chris Wong, alumni from this school and graduated in 2008, and I joined a toy company after leaving university. I am now an intern salesperson. Today, I am going to talk about th.........

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Working with a singer

March 9, 2015 0

Dear cousin, 

How’re you? It has been a long time since we last met. I hope you’re doing well.

Now I’m going to tell you a thrilling piece of news. Recently I had the chance to work closely with Eason Chan during his concert! ( I hope you still remember that I’m working for the famous make-up artis.........

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Work hard, Play hard

March 9, 2015 0

“Grand Theft Auto”, “Sleeping Dogs” … Have these names reminded you of your exhilarating gameplay experiences?  Imagine you could become a game designer and invent a bunch of hottest games like those, how would it be like

Are you a potential game designer

“I think a game designer has been one of th.........

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Virtual Sport vs Real Sport

March 9, 2015 0

Due to advances in technology, virtual sports have become more and more popular with the presence of gaming consoles, such as Wii and Xbox Kinect. They change the way how people do sports. People may think that virtual sports can be good substitutes of real sports to keep themselves fit. However, it.........

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A speech on time to the graduates

March 9, 2015 0

Goomorning fellow schoolmates

I’m happy to see you all here.This is the last time I stand on the stage and speak to you like this.Wellmy feeling is complicated right now.First of allcongratulations to all of youYou are going to step to a new stage of your life journey.Some of you may go to othe.........

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The Dog, the Boy and the Railway

March 6, 2015 0

A large cardboard box was dumped onto the tracks. The creature inside was not adored anymore.

‘7:30 already? I’m gonna be late!’ Peter grabbed his bag and pulled on his uniform. Stuffing his breakfast into his mouth, Peter threw the door open and sprinted outside.

As Peter ran towards the taxi rank, h.........

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Sports made mandatory for all – Is it a good idea?

March 6, 2015 0

Have you heard the latest news?  The Sports Club has proposed that we all be required to join a sports team at school.  Of course, there are benefits of this proposal, which I do not deny, but I think this is a bad idea.

Imagine you are not particularly sporty or even do not know the ABC of a sport .........

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Sports made compulsory for all?

March 6, 2015 0

Most of you must have heard the Sports Club's proposal that all students in our school should be required to join a sports team at school.  The Sports Club meant well to promote a healthy habit, but is it really a good idea?  Let us take a closer look.

How many students do we have?  And how many spo.........

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Sports are Good to All, But Not This Way

March 6, 2015 0

Obviously, it has become a trend to do sports.  Everyone knows that it is beneficial.  Now the Sports Club wants everyone to join a sport team at school.  I wonder what they had in mind when they proposed this.  To me, this is nonsense.

We all have busy school lives, rushing through tons of homework.........

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Sex education as a compulsory part of secondary curriculum

March 6, 2015 0

Since some social problems such as unmarried pregnancy and abortion occurred due to the lack of sex education in school curriculum as some claimed, some parents and youth organizations asked for sex education being a compulsory part of the secondary curriculum. However, some are opposed to it, sayin.........

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Rattle, Rat-a-tat, Roll! Build Your Career

March 6, 2015 0

When you think of construction, what comes to your mind, architects or construction workers? Young Post meets Wincy So, who works as a senior civil engineer currently at the only Chartered Recruitment Consultancy for the Asia real estate, property and construction markets, 3C Synergy.  She has been .........

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Proposal for a café at The BIG

March 6, 2015 0

Proposal by Pat Cha

2tFebruary, 201

1.    Introductio

As a dessert-lover, I would like to propose a café at The BIG.  Chill Out Café was inspired by the concept of ‘green’. It will be selling high quality, eco-friendly cakes and beverages. It is believed that this brand-new concept-inspired café.........

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Online opinions on social media

March 6, 2015 0

To add to this online debate on social media, I’d love to put forward my thoughts too.

I believe many of us use smart phones and download lots of apps for communication. Those social media really influence our daily lives especially the communication with people.

There are many apps for people to mak.........

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On-Call 36 Hours

March 6, 2015 0

A surgeon is a specialist in surgery.  Surgery is a broad category of invasive medical treatment that involves the cutting of a living human body, for a specific reason such as the removal of diseased tissues or to repair a tear or breakage.  In Hong Kong, surgeons train far longer than other specia.........

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My dream

March 6, 2015 0

Do you know what a teacher does every day? Having lessons or marking the homework? They are only parts of the story. A teacher needs to prepare for the lessons, have meetings with other teachers. They even need to take good care of the students, not only their physical problems, but also mental prob.........

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Letter of Adjustment

March 6, 2015 0

Dear Mr. Leung

I am writing in response to your letter, making some comments about your experience working as an au pair for our company in Germany.

We are sorry that you could not contact our office while in Germany. We now have a new international emergency number which is available for 24 hours..........

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Is it a blessing or a curse to live in Hong Kong?

March 6, 2015 0

Since the late 1tcentury, Hong Kong has become an important city in the world as it was treated as a trading intermediary between the Chinese and the foreign countries. However, time goes by and the growth of some countries and cities are threatening the international position of Hong Kong nowaday.........

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I love trees

March 6, 2015 0

Her dream is to preserve our beautiful earth.  She kept chasing after it and finally succeeded.  She is Mandy Yuen, who works as an environmentalist in a well-known NGO, the Conservancy Association.  Young Post interviews her to introduce her meaningful career.

Requirement

To be an environmentalist .........

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Home Office

March 6, 2015 0

Computer is commonly used in these years. Most families have at least one computer in their home. E-commercials, homeschooling, home office, start to appear in society, especially home office, since more and more people in Hong Kong choose to work from home. But what are the advantages and disadvant.........

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Graffiti in Public Places

March 6, 2015 0

Dear Edito

I am writing to express my view on the recent hot issue about whether graffiti in public places should be supported or not.I personally do not see any point in allowing graffiti in public areas.

There are three reasons why I am against it.  The first reason is that graffiti in public pla.........

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Fight Depression

March 4, 2015 0

The major cause of teenage depression is that there have been many changes in the education system. As we all know, the system of public exam changed from HKCEE and HKALE to HKDSE. Students are required to do more work such as SBA and IES. Teenagers who are still studying may have difficulty in adap.........

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Fight Depression

March 4, 2015 0

The major cause of teenage depression is that there have been many changes in the education system. As we all know, the system of public exam changed from HKCEE and HKALE to HKDSE. Students are required to do more work such as SBA and IES. Teenagers who are still studying may have difficulty in adap.........

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Fight Depression

March 4, 2015 0

In recent years, the number of teenagers in Hong Kong suffering from depression has been on the rise. The teenagers will feel stressed and nervous all the time and will develop negative thoughts easily. In severe cases, they will commit suicide. In fact, depression is not that really scary and there.........

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