Laam Laam Chung is a Year 12 student I have completed the task of the maintenance of the library books. Through this activity, I reflected upon the consequences of each and every personal choice. This is because by maintaining the books, I saw some damaged areas and I thought about how although...
Brandon Lung’s Year 13 graduation speech Hi everyone, I hope everyone’s been having a good evening so far. I’m sure a few of you may have seen me around school, but my name’s Brandon, I’ve been here at ICHK since year 7 and the primary school since year 1. Let me first clarify that I
Singapore Touch Rugby Tour 2018
Charmaine Pilard and Rochelle Lok are Year 9 students Touch Rugby is a very important part of our school, so this year we made an all girls rugby team to compete in Singapore. Many people joined so we had enough people to make two teams, one U14 team and one U16 team. Both teams knew
My Perspective: Meeting Gary Liu — The CEO of the SCMP
Moria Onuselogu is a Year 12 student I was intrigued when I first saw the post on Gibbon. In front of me was the opportunity to meet the Gary Liu, the CEO of the South China Morning Post. The date, was close to my exams and I started to wonder if it was really worth
Solving the Rubik's Cube of School
Kenny Ng’s Year 13 valedictorian speech Well graduates, we’ve made it. As a group, we did indeed start from the bottom. Now it looks like the whole team is here. Think about how far we have come, as individuals and as a class. It seems like it was just yesterday, that we went on the
A Growth Mindset
Caelan Hermans is a Year 11 student My first maths class in Year 9 with Mr. Holden was the first time I had ever been introduced to the concept of a Growth Mindset and genuinely interacted with it. Additionally, it was the first time I had ever been told that my grade didn’t matter, but
Gemma Ball is a Year 9 student at ICHK. ICHK is a hidden gem of a school, tucked away near the border, and being so far away from the ruckus of Hong Kong Island, we have beautiful green trees and hills surrounding our school. As a student at this school, I feel extremely privileged to
The Desolation of Mankind
Serena Cheung is a Year 10 student The night sky was covered with murky clouds, devouring the moon. A long-drawn, wailing scream pierced the calmness of the night. The people of a small town named Canaan stepped out of their homes. Everywhere they emerged from the same dull houses; the same dull...