霓虹燈彩耀香江 可譽同學於徵文比賽獲得小學組亞軍 | Symbolizing Hong Kong with Neon Lights gets Wang Yao an award in a Chinese essay writing competition

 

新界校長會舉辦了「慶祝中華人民共和國成立70周年」學生徵文比賽。可譽小六王瑤同學在是次比賽中小學組亞軍可喜可賀

香港是我們熟悉的家那大家認為甚麼物件能代表我們的家呢王瑤同學想出了「霓虹燈」。她認為香港的霓虹招牌正逐漸消失她想把霓虹燈放在天宮二號太空站待八十周年國慶時取出為這別具意義的歷史符號賦以獨特的價值

        作為香港的一份子,王瑤認為自己有責任去保存香港獨有的文化。透過這個徵文比賽,王瑤積極表達霓虹燈與香港文化的關係,希望能盡一己之力,把香港獨特的一面保留並推廣出去。


To celebrate the 70th Anniversary of the Founding of The People’s Republic of China, New Territories School Heads Association organized a Chinese essay writing competition. We are pleased to announce that our P.6 student, Wang Yao, has won second place in the Primary Section.

Hong Kong is our beloved home. What can we symbolize it with? Wang Yao thought of ‘neon lights’ when she thought of Hong Kong. Neon lights are a shining example of Hong Kong’s heritage though it is gradually disappearing in the city. In her essay, she desired to place the neon lights onto China's Tiangong-2, a prototype of a space station, and take them back at the 80th Anniversary. This, she believed, should make the history more remarkable and meaningful.

As a Hongkonger, Wang Yao recognizes the importance of the cultural heritage and feels responsible for preserving it as far as she can. She hopes that by writing about the relationship between neon lights and Hong Kong, she can help raise people’s awareness and promote the need of preservation to the public.

 

 

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