The Pui Ching Men’s Category B Volleyball Team played Colégio Diocesano de São José (5ª) in the Inter-School Volleyball Competition. Our volleyball team won the championship by 25:20 and 25:18, making this the third consecutive year that the Men’s Category B Team won the championship.
Senior 3 student Lao Sap Tou represented Macao in the 2021 International Brain Bee and competed with 43 contestants from 31 countries and regions around the world. After four days of competition, Mr. Lao won the ninth place in the individual competition, the best result for Macao since 2013. In addition, Mr. Lao also won the Best Team Award together with representatives from the U.K., Canada, and Brazil.
The International Brain Bee is a neuroscience competition for high school students. Students in grades 9-12 are eligible to compete in the annual event. The International Brain Bee was founded in 1998 by Dr. Norbert Myslinski. It has now grown to more than 150 chapters in more than 30 countries and six continents. Every participating country or region selects one student as its representative in the event. The competition aims to pique student interest in brain research and inspire students to engage in careers in such fields as biology, medical science, and psychology.
The 2021 Constitution and Basic Law Promotion Competition was organized by the Education and Youth Development Bureau, the Macau Basic Law Promotion Association, the Macao S.A.R. Legal Affairs Bureau, and the Department of Municipal Affairs.
Over 40 teams of contestants entered for the competition. Two teams of students from Pui Ching Middle School participated in the event. Team A (Our Country and Our Law) consisted of Senior 1 students Si Chou Chon, Wong Cheng Hei, Lao Chi Kuan, Ieong Cheok Ieng, and Cheong Wan Hei. With the highest score, Team A won the championship. Their instructors were Director Lao Wai Man, Ms. Hoi Mui Teng, and Ms. Ma Ka Lai.
Team B (Legal Pioneers) consisted of Wu Un Cho, Cheng Keng, Leong Cheng Long, Chio Chi Lok, and Ng I Chon. Our Legal Pioneers won the second place in the competition. Their instructor was Ms. Ng Wai Lei.