WEEKLY COMPETITION #6: Poll - Winners Announced!
Thank you to everyone who took part this week. Many commented on how this was a challenging question to answer because it could be looked at in so many ways.
Our primary winner is balanced_chemistry of Upton Cross Primary School. They gave a detailed explanation of two key reasons why it could not work - a clash of ideas, and our human nature to make mistakes.
Our secondary winner is steady_harmonica of Highdown School, who gave reasons on why it could have worked but over time its success has become less realistic. Well done to the both of you!
Stars were awarded for comments which showed careful thinking and appreciated how there is a lot of small details which might affect their view. The best answers also remained focussed on the question throughout.
There will be a new half-term competition up shortly!
We're at the end of the Issue! By now you would have learnt lots of new knowledge about the situation in Hong Kong and be preparing and presenting your final pieces! Here's one last competition for you to share your thinking.
Can "one country, two systems" ever work?
Vote in the poll below and to enter the competition, give at least one developed reason in the comments section. Even better - give two or three reasons, putting them in an order that you think makes sense.
Winners will be announced on Friday. Good luck!