International Critical & Creative
2020 Theme : Peace and Prosperity for People and the Planet
Join students from around the world for a truly international competition!
Students ages 4 to 18 are invited to join their peers in submitting their writing for the chance to win prizes and have their work published in the World Junior Schools 2020 Anthology of Writing, set to be released at the 2020 Hong Kong Book Fair.
Don't miss out on this opportunity to become a published writer and put your writing skills to the test!
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Prompts and Submission Guidelines
Note and disclaimer:
Participants should observe the rules and regulations lay out by WJSDC Limited
Enquiries can be sent to WJS.Debate@gmail.com
This year, we have hundreds of students from around the world, sharing their views, aspiration and creativity on the theme- PEACE AND PROSPERITY FOR PEOPLE AND THE PLANET.
Our panels of judges chose the winners according to creativity, originality, adherence to the prompt and overall writing skills.
Congratulations to all the winners in each of the category. Winners will receive a copy of the book and a certificate.
First : OOI WAY JAY - Fingertips Day Nursery, MALAYSIA
First: LIU YEUK HEI - Diocesan Girls' Junior School, HONG KONG
1st Runner-up: CHENG YEE FAY - Diocesan Girls' Junior School, HONG KONG
2nd Runner-up: WONG HOI LING - Fukien Secondary School Affiliated School, HONG KONG
First: SO YUI KA CLARA - Diocesan Girls' Junior School, HONG KONG
1st Runner-up: ZHU CHAK WAN WINAFRED - Diocesan Girls' Junior School, HONG KONG
2n Runner-up: CLYTH TAN - Kennedy School, HONG KONG
First: JOANNA JACOB - Ecole Ruban Vert International School of Gabon, GABON
1st Runner-up: CHLOE RACHELLE LEE - Diocesan Girls' Junior School, HONG KONG
2nd Runner-up: EMEER ZAQIRILL - SK Paka 2 School, MALAYSIA
First: KO YIN YAN VALERIE - Diocesan Girls' Junior School, HONG KONG
1st Runner-up: TAY XUE QIAN - Kingsley International School, MALAYSIA
2nd Runner-up: RITIKA VISHAL AVAD - Delia Memorial School (Hip Wo), HONG KONG
First: MA HIU TUNG KAREN - Ning Po No.2 College, HONG KONG
1st Runner-up: TAYANAA LOGENTHIRAN - Campus Rangers International School, MALAYSIA
2nd Runner-up: VIDITA CHOGLE - Overseas Family School, SINGAPORE
Apart from winning entries, selected writings are recognised as honourable mentions.
Honourable mentions writing pieces will also be included into the book published in August.
The book is now available at Amazon.com
You can place your order via Amazon.com
LIU SUET CHING SOPHIA - Diocesan Girls' Junior School, HONG KONG
YESHMITHA MURUGAN - Tadika Minda Pintar School, MALAYSIA
CHAN YI LAM, AGNES - Diocesan Girls' Junior School, HONG KONG
LAI CHEUK HEI CURTIS - St. Stephen's College Preparatory School, HONG KONG
SIDDHANTA SETH - Ecole Ruban Vert International School of Gabon, GABON
SHIU IVANA - Diocesan Girls' Junior School, HONG KONG
HO YAN CHING KAYLI - Diocesan Girls' Junior School, HONG KONG
SOFIE YANG YU XUAN - CHIJ Our Lady of Good Counsel, SINGAPORE
CHENG HO HIN STEVEN - Yew Chung International School, HONG KONG
JUSTIN CHENG - Diocesan Boys' School, HONG KONG
PAVANSAKTHI A/L RAMESH - Gym Resources SDN BHD, MALAYSIA
NICOLAS CHAN - Independent Schools Foundation, HONG KONG
JASMINE WAN - St. Paul's Convent School, HONG KONG
LIM ERN XIE - Wembley Academy, MALAYSIA
RACHEL ETTEDGUI - German International School Washington DC, United States