Jocelyn Yu's award winning entry from Toronto's “World Heart Day” Drawing Contest won the second prize in the International “World Heart Day” Drawing Contest in oversea.

Her painting of a flower dying with falling heart-shaped petals is both creative in concept and skilfully-executed. The painting creates a great symbol and warning for the youth nowaday on how a life can be silently ruined by means of smoking. We are really proud of Jocelyn because she was the only winner who won this high achievement on behalf of all the Toronto participating winning entries.

"The World Heart Day" Drawing Contest was an open-for-public competition in Toronto that our school had joined. It was co-held by the Chinese Cultural Centre of Greater Toronto and the International Chinese Heart Health Network. This contest is to bring in the global awareness of the importance of heart health for youth.

We are glad that our participating students had all done so well for this contest even in such a short notice. From more than hundreds of entries, 4 of our 11 participating students were chosen as finalists to compete again for the final. At the end, 2 of our students received higher honours, a 2nd runner up and a honourable mention.