Alibaba founder Jack Ma outlines his HK$1 billion fund for entrepreneurs in Hong Kong, and explains why failure and being weird helps make a business great.
Reshma Gurung is a 17-year-old Nepalese student born in Hong Kong who went from her band three school to Li Po Chun United World College, but education is about more than just homework she says.
Leadership. This word is all around us, whether in international speeches and lectures or conversations at the dinner table. Some people lead a team, some direct a business, and others steer...
After two major earthquakes in Nepal, Hong Kong students have taken it upon themselves to do their part and raise money to help
To say the Hong Kong boys' cricket team merely beat Iran in the semi-finals of the ACC U16 Elite Cup in Doha, Qatar, would be an understatement.
It can be fun to take those career path tests, to see what professions you are most suited to, at least according to some computer algorithms. But for some professions, like being a musician, those...
There are lots of musicians in Hong Kong, but they could learn from the overseas music scene
How much are you willing to sacrifice for your dream? Sam Liu Kai-sum wanted to reach the next level of DanceSport. So to keep pace with his sister, Liu Wan-hin, who is also his partner, he made the...
Hawkeye had better watch out if he wants to keep his spot as the archery star on the Avengers' team. With two new Hong Kong archery records to his name, 16-year-old La Salle College student Ugo So...
Being a member of Generation Z, you may think that starting up a business in Hong Kong is a mission impossible. But difficulties have not stopped Tommie Lo, founder and chief executive of Prologue...
Two years ago, British wannabe singer Kashy Keegan felt like he had won the lottery when Universal Music sent him an email saying a new television network in Hong Kong wanted to use his song,
He's fast and he's furious - about finishing his homework. YP cadet Nastassja Chan talks to Thomas Swift about the demands of being a racer and a top student at Sha Tin College
Students from 16 countries compete in five different types of speaking events as the event is held in Hong Kong for the first time ever.
Up-and-coming musicians talk about putting together a show to bring you the best of the best of Hong Kong's student bands.
Everyone at Young Post knows Joy Pamnani. Loads of Young Post readers from schools all over Hong Kong know her too, as her name appears regularly in the newspaper. That's because Joy has made more...