Sharing of Guests
Mr David Glasscock | Director, Wiseman Education
Proud, thrilled, happiness. These are but some of the emotions I felt from the success of the programme. Both the organisation of the event by the students and the entries themselves deserve the most heartwarming thanks and appreciation for their efforts and success.
You have set a high bar for the next year to surpass.
Mr Philip Kitcher | Senior Vice President, Programming and Broadcasting, National Geographic Channel Asia
The Think Again initiative continues to build on its role as a prominent showcase of the enormous creativity of emerging young talent in the region. The energy, enthusiasm and passion for communicating innovative ideas to a wider audience on film is impressive, and clearly wouldn’t be possible without the
support of so many teachers, students, schools and organizations – credit to all involved.
Mr Godfrey Law | Vice-Chairman, Hong Kong Parents’ Association
The competition is so meaningful as it provides a platform for the youngsters to demonstrate their talents and that can best explain why over-whelming responses were received. Collected entries are in good quality and proved that the participants had put a lot of efforts on them.
Hope you all could keep it up and grab every single chance to show-off your talent!
Ms Sharon-May McCrostie | Trade Commissioner, New Zealand Trade & Enterprise
New Zealand Trade and Enterprise is proud to be part of Think Series. The New Zealand New Thinking Student Leaders have excelled themselves in demonstrating leadership skills and maturity beyond their years – we congratulate all the leaders for their outstanding performance and in particular, the 12 students
who have been selected to visit New Zealand as New Zealand New Thinking Student Ambassadors.
The Think Series is a wonderful vehicle for students to harness their creative energy to inspire and move us – the entries in the Think Again Awards achieved this and more. Congratulations to all involved.
Ms Teresa Kwong | Director, Hong Kong Independent Short Film & Video Awards (ifva)
I’m deeply impressed by the THiNK series event. It is run for and by the students. I can feel their enthusiasm and energy when attending the award ceremony few weeks ago. I look forward to the next THiNK series!
Dr Anson Yang | Principal, King Ling College
Learning should take place both inside and outside of the classroom. Thing Again Awards provide a platform for students to apply their knowledge learned at school, and share it with peers in others. I am honored to have been a judge, and I am glad that my students took their learning seriously. Their
thoughtful ideas outgrow knowledge learned at school.