Four of the five winning students in the 'Hong Kong: A Dream Destination for University Study' competition organised by the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office, London, plus the competition judges, at a tea-gathering to celebrate their success. Each student has won a place in a Summer School at a Hong Kong University this year. From left to right: Competition Judge Sir Vernon Ellis, Chairman of the British Council; Ian Headley of Brighton College; Mikaela Belcher, of Clayesmore School, Dorset; Daniel Aldred. High School for Girls, Gloucester; Summaya Mughal, Nottingham Girls' High School; Competition Judges Angus Barclay, General Manager Europe, Cathay Pacific, Clinton Leeks, Chairman of the Hong Kong Society; and Agnes Allcock, Director-General of the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office, London

Fifth winner, Christopher Simpson, from Glasgow Academy, will be taking up a Summer School course at Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. shortly. He is one of five winners of the 'Hong Kong: A Dream Destination for University Study' competition organised by the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office, London. He was sadly unable to attend the tea-gathering in London

Daniel Aldred of High School for Girls, Gloucester, winner of a chance to study at a Summer School at The University of Hong Kong is presented with some Hong Kong souvenirs by competition judge Sir Vernon Ellis, Chairman of the British Council during a 'send-off' party at the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office, London.

Summaya Mughal, of Nottingham Girls' High School, winner of a chance to study at a Summer School at The Chinese University of Hong Kong, is presented with some Hong Kong souvenirs by competition judge Angus Barclay, General Manager Europe of Cathay Pacific Airways, during a 'send-off' party at the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office, London.

Ian Headley, of Brighton College, winner of a chance to study at a Summer School at The Polytechnic University of Hong Kong, is presented with some Hong Kong souvenirs by competition judge Clinton Leeks, Chairman of the Hong Kong Society.

Mikaela Belcher, of Clayesmore School, Dorset; winner of a chance to study at a Summer School at The Polytechnic University of Hong Kong is presented with some Hong Kong souvenirs by competition judge Agnes Allcock, Director-General of the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office, London, during a 'send-off' party at the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office, London.

Four of the five winning students in the 'Hong Kong: A Dream Destination for University Study' competition organised by the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office, London, with members of their families, plus the competition judges, at a tea-gathering to celebrate their success. Each student has won a place in a Summer School at a Hong Kong University this year.

UK Secondary school students win a place at a university summer school in Hong Kong