One of the largest countries in the world, China is a land of thousands of years of rich artistic history, culture and tradition, as well as innovations in science and technology! A bustling landscape of people and gorgeous views, China is so much to offer to young minds looking for a platform to showcase their love for science!
- China Adolescent Robotics Competition (CARC)
Hosted by the China Association of Science and Technology, since 2001, China Adolescent Robotics Competition (CARC) has been both a competition and a festival for young robotics fanatics around China. Participants compete to showcase their creative thinking and hands-on engineering skills. Annually more than 1200 students participate and winners are given the opportunity to compete at an International level!
There are five categories in CARC –
- Original design
- Basic skills
- Football robots
- VEX Robotics
- FLL Robotics
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- SciPop Science Presentation Contest
To encourage the pursuit of science education among secondary school students, to enhance their presentation and communication skills, and to nurture young scientists in Hong Kong, the Hong Kong Science Museum, the Faculty of Science of The Chinese University of Hong Kong and the Education Bureau are jointly organizing the “SciPOP Science Presentation Contest” and the “Young Scientists Study Tour” in 2017.
Click below for more information regarding participation, rules and deadlines!
- Hong Kong Youth Science and Technology Competition
Since 1997, the “Hong Kong Youth Science and Technology Innovation Competition” has grown into the largest and most popular science competition in Hong Kong. Every year around 4,000 applicants from over 400 schools participating in this annual event. The competition targets on kindergarten, primary and secondary school students and teachers, with categories including –
- Science Fiction Drawing
- Science and Technology Practical Activity
- Outstanding Science and Technology Teacher
- Outstanding Science and Technology School.
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