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Around 100 law students representing 24 teams from 21 cities/universities across the Asia Pacific region participated in the annual Red Cross International Humanitarian Law Moot Court competition in Hong Kong from 8 to 10 March. Co-organized by the Hong Kong Red Cross and the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), the competition aims at challenging and testing participants' knowledge of international humanitarian law (IHL) and to spread knowledge of IHL throughout the region and beyond. After four days of competition, Bond University, from Australia, was proclaimed the winner of the 15th Red Cross International Humanitarian Law Moot in Hong Kong, followed by the University of Hong Kong as the runner-up university Wu Ting-yu, from National Taiwan University, has won the Best Mooter.