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2012 – 2013 The 7th Daily Readers “Read Out Loud" Competition Award Announcement


The 7th Daily Readers “Read Out Loud" Final Competition, organized by KEA Learning International Ltd. and sponsored by Smart Education Charitable Foundation, was held at the Lecture Hall of Sheung Wan Civic Centre on 13 April, 2013. It was a great success! All participants performed well and were praised by our judges as the best performers ever!

Three champions from different divisions are:

  • Junior Primary division: Yuen Sze Nok from Methodist School
  • Senior Primary division: Shum Cheuk Yiu from HKMLC Wong Chan Sook Ying Memorial School
  • Secondary division: Mehmoona Abid from Buddhist Sum Heung Lam Memorial College


We would also like to thank our sponsors:

(listed in no particular order)

  • Smart Education Charitable Foundation
  • Modern Bachelor Education
  • NICI Asia Limited
  • Hong Kong High Technology Ltd.
  • Step-One Books Limited
  • Mimio
  • Health Bank
  • Walch
  • moskigo


We have our honor to have invited Mr. Lo Chung Kwong, Honorary Member of Research Expert Team, Bilingual Learning Research Centre of Nationwide Learning Research Society & Associate Teaching Fellow, the Hong Kong Institute of Education and Ms. Bonnie Mok, Director of Modern Bachelor Education to be our judges.


We also invited Ms. Elsa Tsang, General Manager of KEA Learning International Ltd., Ms. domain generator Angela Mung, Brand Manager of Pacific Asia from NICI Asia Limited and Mr. domain discovery . Human Cheung, Director of Po Leung Kuk & Managing Director of Hong Kong High Technology Limited to be our guests of honour.

We hope all the students have enjoyed the experience. See you again next year!


The following table summarized this year’s results:

 Award  School  Student Name
Gold Methodist School Yuen Sze Nok
Silver Lee Chi Tat Memorial School Li Yan Wing
Bronze Holy Angels Canossian School Lau Hong Ching Chloe
Merit Po Leung Kuk Hong Kong Taoist Association Yuen Yuen Pri. Sch. Lam Chun Kit Bruce
Merit Holy Angels Canossian School Li Wai Sum Serena
Merit Ho Lap Primary School (Sponsored by Sik Sik Yuen) Yiu Cheuk Wing
Merit Kowloon Tong School (Primary Section) Lau Sze Tung
Merit TWGHs Wong Yee Jar Jat Memorial Primary School Chow Wing Sze
Merit A.D.&F.D. of Pok Oi Hospital Mrs. Cheng Yam On Millennium Sch. Kwan Kit Sum
Merit Kowloon Tong School (Primary Section) Yu Yee Hang


Award School Student Name
Gold HKMLC Wong Chan Sook Ying Memorial School Shum Cheuk Yiu
Silver HHCKLA Buddhist Wong Cho Sum School Fung Wing Yung
Bronze T.W.G.Hs Ma Kam Chan Memorial Primary School He Ying Jun, Coco
Merit Po Leung Kuk Hong Kong Taoist Association Yuen Yuen Pri. Sch. Wong Ho San
Merit Methodist School Ng Hoi Yan
Merit St. Francis’ Canossian School Siu Tsz Ching
Merit SA Ann Wyllie Memorial School Lau Pui Yan
Merit T.W.G.Hs. Chow Yin Sum Primary School Chau Bill Cyril Hau Yeung
Merit Pui Ching Primary School Chung Hiu Nam
Merit Holy Angels Canossian School Chan Ting Wai Jasmine


Award School Student Name
Gold Buddhist Sum Heung Lam Memorial College Mehmoona Abid
Silver NT Heung Yee Kuk Yuen Long District Secondary School Nicole Chui
Bronze St. Joseph College Wong Long To Axel
Merit SKH Lam Woo Memorial Secondary School Yau Ho Laam
Merit St. Joseph College Anonueo Emmanuel John Tengco
Merit Precious Blood Secondary School Shek Ho Yi Chloe
Merit St. Teresa Secondary School Chang Cecilia
Merit Hoi Ping Chamber of Commerce Secondary School Chu Cheuk Ying Kitty
Merit TWGHs Yau Tze Tin Memorial College Law Yuet, Stephanie
Merit CCC Chuen Yuen College Chung Shu Nim


We also have a media coverage on Metro Daily on April 24, 2013, please click the icons below for the details. (Chinese version only)


For more competition highlights, please click here.

About Daily Readers
Help your students become lifelong readers of English!

Reading is a means to help students seek information, develop thinking skills and enrich knowledge. Students should read widely, develop good reading habits and be motivated to read for pleasure. Reading a wide range of text types with different themes and the appropriate level will help sustain students’ interests. Daily Readers can effectively develop students’ reading habits, improve their reading skills, and acquire vocabulary and grammatical knowledge in context.

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