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ESPC 2009 - Winnipeg (Manitoba)

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Sharon - My name is Sharon Chen and i'm a grade 8, thirteen year old girl of proud chinese origin. Born in the heart of the Chinese province of FuJian, I was a pretty unique and crazy girl growing up. I also developed over time a real passion for story writing as well as science and sports. I especially love volleyball, cross country as well as basketball. I am also an active participant in a drama camp as well as the yearbook commitee at my school. As an great student overall (with a 91% academic average), I've received 3 gold medals for participation in my school and regional science fairs this year and last year and am advancing to the CWSF 2009 for the first time! I am hopeful in either pursuing the career of a lawyer, doctor, scientist or an author in the future.
Lucy - My name is Si Jing Zhang, otherwise known as Lucy Zhang by my friends and relitaves. I like to participate in school activities such as joining sports teams and interest clubs, my faviourite sport include volleyball and badmintion. When I'm not in school, I play piano, recently, I won a rank of second place in the Chopin class, and a third place in the grade nine Sonatas and Sonatina class of the Markam Music Festival. In the future, I wish to steer my career towards music, but math and language are my favourites as well. This is my first time going to CWSF and I will enjoy it very well!

Sharon Chen, Lucy Zhang

Tap Water versus Bottled Water; Do you know what you're drinking?
Division:Sciences de la vie / Aucun
Ville:Toronto, ON
École:David Lewis P.S.
Sommaire:This study explores the background of the water we drink, also the processes that it goes through and its impacts on the environment, our health and wildlife. Using much information from a large variety of resources, filtered water was concluded as best for tap and bottled water caused large health and environmental problems. This study can inform the public about the dangers of drinking water.