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Protect the ocean with artwork

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Students of Year 8 spent a lovely sunny day in Repulse Bay on Wednesday learning about ways we can protect our oceans and taking part in a huge piece of human artwork. They joined over 800 other children, teachers and volunteers on the front page of the South China Morning Post as they attempted to bring back “Lap Sap Chung,” Hong Kong’s legendary trash monster, in a message to the world that plastic pollution endangers our sea animals and health of the ocean.