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Four AIC students attended the annual Auckland Chinese Speech contest on Saturday 14th May. It was a keen competition with the top Chinese-learning students from Auckland secondary schools and our students achieved remarkably: Ji Young Kim won the 2nd prize. Jiawen Choo won the 1st prize. Joann Lee & Jason Fong won the Premier awards and will represent Auckland at the National Chinese Speech Contest in Wellington. Read more...
The Young Women in Public Affairs (YWPA) Award is run by Zonta Club of Auckland which is a member of Zonta International, a body whose aim it is to advance the status of women worldwide through service and advocacy. The YWPA Award honours young women in secondary level or pre-university schools, who demonstrate a commitment to leadership in public policy, government and volunteer organisations. The winner this year was Fatumata Bah, Year 11, who has been automatically entered in to the International Award selection round.  Read more...
We are proud to announce that Taehwan Shin, 2010 graduate, who was one of three students awarded the IB Diploma perfect score, has been offered a place at Harvard University.  "This year nearly thirty-five thousand students, a record number, applied for admission to the entering class. Faced with many more talented and highly qualified candidates than it had room to admit, the Admissions Committee took great care to choose individuals with exceptional character as well as unusual academic and extracurricular strengths." (Dean of Admissions, Harvard) Read more...
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