Reflection – The MAP Test

Hello readers!

We have just finished our MAP tests! Since I have not posted in a long time, I will reflect on the MAP test, talk about my glows and grows.

Before I reflect, I need to explain what a MAP test actually is. A MAP test is a digital test. Our school used to use ISA, but we switch to MAP because MAP creates a map of your learning, not only your progress but where you need to go from there. Since we did it earlier last year, it creates a goal score for this year. Another thing that I like about MAP is that every question you answer right, the questions after get harder. But every question you answer right, the questions after get easier. MAP basically helps you find your level. Personally, the only downside to MAP is that you can’t move on the next question without answering the first. You can’t even review your answers or flag them.

Now, my opinions. I feel very satisfied with my answers, and I’m happy about the time I put into studying new topics. The MAP test creates a goal score for you, so I definitely got into my goal range, and I’m very proud of myself. (sorry if this sounds cheesy)




🎨 Wearable Art👗 – Design Project

Hello~ it’s me…….

You’re probably wondering why I’m posting so soon. As you can guess from the title, today I’ll be showing you “Surprise Designs” (yes, that’s our group name) Wearable Art. We worked with Yes Talent to create this really creative piece, and I really enjoyed creating this.

During the process of creating this Wearable Art piece, I have definitely learned more about co-operation skills and communication skills, but also how to apply them to different situations. Sewing and designing are honestly not my favorite things to do, but after this project, I feel that I might do a little more of it.

We wanted to use bubble wrap and newspaper to create this dress, but we also wanted it to look as attractive as possible so that we could recycle materials and also create a work of art. After what seemed like eons (it was 3 hours😂) of tinkering, experimenting, talking, moaning, and popping bubbles in the bubble wrap, we finally came up with a final project that looked like this.

Here is a final group photo.

That is it for this post! I hope you liked our Wearable Art, and maybe you’ll try creating some Wearable Art too!

P.S. Here are some other photos.

WWA Math Summative 2018 Reflection

Hello readers,

Welcome back! Long time no post! Today I’ll be doing a reflection of my WWA Mathematics Summative.

I’m pretty satisfied with my work. The concepts that I felt really confident in include, representing fractions, fractions as part of a whole, equivalent fractions, comparing fractions, and renaming fractions using common denominators. However, I still need to improve my understanding of Ratios, but also the habit of thoroughly reading the questions and understanding what I need to answer. I feel that during this unit I’ve improved immensely because now I can answer most difficult questions correctly.

I don’t really know if I particularly like this piece of work. It’s not my favorite, but not my least favorite either.

If I was my teacher, I would think that I understood the concepts, but I didn’t have the easiest time getting it on paper.

If I could do this over again, I would take more time on the questions and triple check so that I would have a very low chance of having mistakes. But I also would review the next concepts a little more and try to get a better mark on the test.




Field Trip: Asbury Social Services 2017

Hello readers!

5C has just came back from the field trip to Asbury HK. The trip to Asbury taught us about how others in HK live their lives, but also how Asbury HK organizes themselves to empower themselves and others to take action.

Before we had this field trip, I knew a lot about the circumstance they were living in, but not how they(the residents in that condition) felt about how they were living. This taught me about equality, fairness, politeness, and genuineness. Equality: Even though the residents are much poorer than us, it doesn’t mean that they’re any less than us as a human being. Fairness: Each group got the same money to spend, so it was fair. Politeness: We had to be polite and not ask any embarrassing or sad questions or criticise their living condition because we knew that it’s only because they don’t earn enough money. Genuineness: In our group particularly, we gave many gifts like markers, pencils, a ball and a set of cards to the family, and they knew that it came from the heart.

The family we visited was a family of 4, 2 parents and 2 children. They are HK citizens, so they have not immigrated from another country. Before moving into this subdivided flat, the husband and wife lived in the husband’s mother’s house, but when they decided to have kids, the space became too cramped and they had to move out.

For the mission, we had to use $100 HKD to buy 2 rolls of toilet paper, some fruits and veggies, and some tissues. We used up $95 and still had $5 to spare so we donated it to the family in hopes of a better future. Let me remind you, we hadn’t met the family yet and had to buy the food before meeting them. We bought 2 apples, 6 oranges, some bok choi, tissues, and a pack of toilet paper rolls. I noticed that at the market that we usually bought stuff from was much more expensive than the market we bought the things above at.

I regret not bringing as many toys as I could’ve but at least I donated some for the child. I also feel good about myself and giving others because at least now they have some food to last a week or a few days at least.

All in all, I think this trip is very educational and is an eye-opener for many children and adults.


Warm Regards,



Peace Flag – Art

Hello! Today I will tell you about my peace flag!

That is my peace flag!

  1. What is the message you wanted to express in your artwork? Well, I wanted to express the message of hope, that you should keep going even when you feel blue.
  2. List all the techniques you used it your flag. Well, I used tie-dye, fabric upcycling, fabric markers and sewing.
  3. Now that you have learned to sew, how do you think you can apply your sewing skills to another project or task in the future? I would use it for “pillow-making”.
  4. Rate how you succeeded in this project. 1———5———10 I think i’m a 7.


Hi readers!

Today I got back my “decimals summative”. I’m pretty discontented with my results and I need to work on performing mathematical strategies and checking my answers.

Before we started, I knew how to get the correct answer but I didn’t know the correct strategies. Now, I have an enhanced understanding of decimals, and I’m hovering around the practitioner-expert stage. I feel that now I can move on to harder problems that have more steps and operations.

I honestly didn’t meet my standards, and I really want to re-take the test and fix those complications, misunderstandings and careless mistakes. At the end, I scrambled to finish and got really muddled and distorted.

I definitely know that I did my work differently. I elucidated my reasonings very well, and if I spent more time on those harder problems, I would do better.  If I was Mr. M, I would add analytical commentary so that I could push my self harder and to get better results next assessment: MEASUREMENT. I think that the comments Mr. M made were sufficient to tell me what I did wrong, but next time to add what I should do as a next step instead of telling me everything that I did wrong.

If I did this piece over again, I would spend less time on those uncomplicated problems, and more time on those strenuous problems. I really hope that next summative I can excel in the areas that I didn’t in this summative.

Check out my decimal assessment in my red binder!❤️



You would think that in PE class everything is “physical”, but in PE, I learnt one of the most valuable lessons in my life.

We were told the instructions of a game, capture the flag. The game’s objective is to basically have the most frisbees and the end of the game. Basically, we were split into 4 groups, by house color. Clearly, the mountain lions(green), had a huge number disadvantage, with a measly 3 members. That soon changed when Mr. Wa gave the green team 3 major advantages: You can steal from anyone, no one can tag you, and no one can steal from you. Wow. The rest of us were flabbergasted. For the yellow team, the confusion slowly turned into anger, when they were given a disadvantage of getting 3 frisbees taken away, to give to the green team.

Then we started playing the game. (with sarcasm) Guess who won? *snickers* The green team. After the game, Mr. Wa called us in for a reflection. We discussed how we are all born on the green team, and the people living in poverty are on the yellow team. What really impacted me was this: “What did you do to be on the green team? Nothing. What did other people do to be on the yellow team? Nothing.”

What I take away from this is that life is full of chance, and even though you can’t change the circumstance, you can change your attitude and how you play the game.

x 10, x 100, x 1000 & ÷ 10, ÷ 100, ÷ 1000 (decimal edition)

Hello readers!

Today I’ll be teaching you how to multiply and divide decimals. Most people think the strategy is simply moving the decimal(by most people, I mean me), but actually, there is an easier and more logical way to do this. Think of the digits moving, not the decimal, not the place value, the digits. The digits will move to the left when multiplying, but to the right when dividing. You’re probably wondering why the decimals move certain times(e.g. 3 times, 4 times), that depends on how many zeros what your multiplying or dividing has. For example, if you would like to multiply 100 to 23.987, the answer would be 2398.7 because the digits move twice (because 100 has two zeros, 1o would be 1 time)

I hope you understand how to multiply and divide decimals!


Kamusta readers! (hello in Filipino) Long time no see!! It’s been a very brutal few days at camp, but honestly, I actually really liked it. I might not be my favorite camp, but i made some new friends and new memories.

Let’s start with my group. We are called “TEAM INTENTS”! See what we did there😉? Anyways, our group leader’s name is Prosshant and his assistant Fung. Here is my friend doing the final touches on our team flag.

Food, food, food! The food at camp was not the best, 😵 ranging from spaghetti soup and water milk. my friends and I were ranting about how bad the food was. Luckily I ate a big meal when I got home. The only good food item was the……..FIG BARS! After a tiring afternoon activity, our leader would give us a fig bar. My friend (I won’t name names) saved her day 1 fig bar ’till day 3. EW! At camp we also learned about cleaning up after ourselves. After each meal, we cleaned our bowls until it sparkled. Otherwise we would have to go to the back of the line!!

Activities galore! At camp we had so many activities I was hard to keep track of them. Kayaking, bouldering, star challenge, compass, survival skills, etc.

All in all, my favorite has to be kayaking! It was my first time kayaking, so I thought it was going to be really difficult in a two person kayak, be it really wasn’t! My partener and I cooperated really well💖, and we were also surprisingly fast. at The end, we went the wrong way and another group followed us and then we collided.

My second favorite was the star challenge. The star challenge was basically 3 groups competed against each other, but only in mini-groups of six. It stills comes near the top even though we got 9th place. (second last)

Third, bouldering! Bouldering is kind of like rock climbing but with not harness because the climbing wall is less than 15 feet in height. (pic is below) We played fun games and learnt how to build rafts and cook food!

Ah, yes. THE NOT-SO FOND MEMORIES OF SITTING ON GRASS. WITH BUGS. If you know me, you know I ABSOLUTELY POSITIVELY HATE bugs. So, sitting on grass with hundreds of bugs wasn’t exactly my strong suit. Even so, I did as I was told, and sat on the ground. Slowly, I began to get used to it. ………………Here I am now.

Finally, the sleeping accommodations. FYI, the first night groups 1-6 are in dorms, while groups 7-11 slept in tents. The following night we switched. I personally liked the dorms better because it was more comfortable and cozy. My bunkmates were also very friendly, and one of them was homesick, and cried for most of the night, and I couldn’t sleep. Even that was better than sleep in tents with no air con.

All in all, camp was a great experience for all of G5!!