Consumer Council announces results of its consumer study award

Evaluation meeting of the consumer study award

The result of the consumer study award (Year 2015 to 2016) held by Consumer Council has been announced. Two teams from Colegio de Santa Rosa de Lima (English Secondary) are awarded two Outstanding prizes in the senior high section, teams from Pui Ching Middle School and the Affiliated School of the University of Macau are also awarded Outstanding prizes in the junior high section. The Chinese Educators Association of Macau, Macau Catholic Schools Association, Macao New Chinese Youth Association, and Associate Professor of Faculty of Education, University of Macau, Vong Sou Kuan Ph.D. have been invited to form a jury together with the Executive Committee of Consumer Council. The evaluation was conducted on 18 March, Outstanding prizes, Best topic, Best creativity, and Best instructor were selected. The list of winners is available on the Council’s website (www.consumer.gov.mo) and attached. The Consumer Study Award requires participants to inspect, experience, think, analyze, discover, and review on consumer behaviours affecting the society. Participants are asked to prepare a research report and the Council hopes to build up healthy consumer values in teenagers’ minds. The Council indicates that reports submitted cover a variety of topics, motives and psychology of consumers are explored, suggestions and conclusions are also included. The Award is held for the first time but is well-received, the Council will continue to organize the Award to promote consumer education. For enquiry, please call 8988 9315.

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