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Michael Lai's musical adventure has taken him to some unexpected places.
Armed with his acoustic guitar, street singer and busker Michael Lai Hiu-yeung is looking for adventure, and he normally knows where to find it.
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Now, pat … and Double Dream Hands!" exclaims the dance teacher to a Year 11 class at Chinese International School. Their teacher is John Jacobson, the man behind the famous Double Dream Hands video on YouTube.
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Students Wing Lee, Shek Lai-kwan and Maggie Li do some bird watching in Ecuador
Saving rainforests is important, but some young travellers from Hong Kong discover that looking after the planet can be done close to home
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An eerie lane is a perfect place for ghosts.
Wan Chai is known for its bustling markets, nightlife and trendy restaurants. But peeling back that bright exterior reveals a much darker - and spookier - past.
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Michael Lai's musical adventure has taken him to some unexpected places.
Armed with his acoustic guitar, street singer and busker Michael Lai Hiu-yeung is looking for adventure, and he normally knows where to find it.
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Today is Halloween! That means spooky stories, creepy costumes and, best of all, lots of sweets. We asked our readers what they like best about All Hallows' Eve
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You'll definitely need to be an outstanding athlete, but there's a lot more to this award than just strength, speed and agility. Our distinguished sports judges tell Vien Tsang what it takes to be...
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Malala Yousafzai, who shared this year's Nobel Peace Prize, was shot by a Taliban militant in 2012.
Children's rights and education activist Malala Yousafzai of Pakistan, who shared the Nobel Peace Prize this year, is the youngest person ever to win the top honour.
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The huge jump in page views of a web forum reflects the importance of social media in shaping the pro-democracy Occupy Central movement
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Freddie’s Place is a casual restaurant in town. The staff regularly ask for ramdom customers’ opinions to evaluate the success of the business. Most customers are quite willing to give up a few...
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The winners with their trophy and medals.
Hong Kong is not an international city. More than 90 per cent of the population is Chinese, its culture isn't diverse enough, and its universities have too few international students.
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Students Wing Lee, Shek Lai-kwan and Maggie Li do some bird watching in Ecuador
Saving rainforests is important, but some young travellers from Hong Kong discover that looking after the planet can be done close to home
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An eerie lane is a perfect place for ghosts.
Wan Chai is known for its bustling markets, nightlife and trendy restaurants. But peeling back that bright exterior reveals a much darker - and spookier - past.
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Now, pat … and Double Dream Hands!" exclaims the dance teacher to a Year 11 class at Chinese International School. Their teacher is John Jacobson, the man behind the famous Double Dream Hands video...
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An armed police officer gives a Zongzi, a glutinous rice dumpling, to an old lady as they celebrate the Dragon Boat Festival at a makeshift settlement in the earthquake-afflicted Hanxinlang Village
People in Hong Kong have a very long life expectancy, around 81 to 86 years. This means most of us will be able to live to an old age. But does a long life equal a lively life?
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Hate it when you can't talk back? Well, you can with Young Post. Have your say and share with students around Hong Kong
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Hong Kong faces an ageing population because of the low birth rate. But there are not enough services for the elderly. There should be better facilities at homes for old people. There are...
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Team YP reveal their scariest reads for this haunting time of year
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If you are the legal guardian of a child and you assault, abuse, neglect or abandon that child, you will be heavily punished by the law.
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Shandy Gan who describes herself as "odd" once marketed orchestras and art groups, but a tragic incident inspired her musical soul and she's been creating music ever since.
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(From left) Chris Fung, Paul Lee and Casey Chan all want to pursue a career in the arts.
Three students have already enrolled in the first-ever International Baccalaureate Career-related Certificate (IBCC) programme in Hong Kong.
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One of the many banners in support of the Occupy Central movement
In Hong Kong, the anthems for pretty much all protests are Do You Hear the People Sing?, and local band Beyond’s Boundless Sea and Sky (海闊天空). But Occupy Central is in a protest class of its own, so...
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Thousands of students attend the boycott outside of the government headquarters
Secondary school students’ one-day class boycott started today at 10am at Tamar Park. Organised by student activist group Scholarism, at least 100 secondary students were expected to walked away from...
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Canto-pop singer Denise Ho speaking in Admiralty on Saturday.
Celebrities from home and abroad are voicing their opinions on social media as the Occupy Central movement has entered its third day.
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What are people usually surprised to find out about you?
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Moon Yuen is the real deal behind the wheel of his 60cc Vortex Mini Rok Kart.
A true athlete strives for their goals, even if their sport lacks resources or isn't in the mainstream. For Moon Yuen, an up-and-coming kart driver, his goal is to bring a proper racing circuit back...
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Ellie Goulding lit up Star Hall on Tuesday with her passion, energetic head-banging, and awesome vocals.
No concert would be complete without the artist professing their love for their fans; it's even better if they can greet the crowd in the local tongue. "Ni hao, Hong Kong!" and "Wo ai ni" were Ellie...
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Paul Zimmerman, District Councillor, Mong Kok (Oct 1): "There are so many movements going on now, I definitely support the one saying CY and the police made mistakes firing tear gas at students. They owe (them) apologies."
At around 1:30am on Sunday morning, Occupy Central officially began to the surprise of many. Preceded by a week-long class boycott by university students, the movement has now been supported by many...
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Celia Chow (left) and Audrey Ngan, F6 students, Mong Kok (Sep 29): This is their first protest they've ever joined. "Yesterday was just too much, we had to come out," Celia says.
At around 1:30am on Sunday morning, Occupy Central officially began to the surprise of many. Preceded by a week-long class boycott by university students, the movement has now been supported by many...
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The Occupy Central protests have grown quieter. There is still hope for Hong Kong.
I am a patriot. I was born and raised in Hong Kong and I identify myself as Chinese. I love my country and its people, but my love does not reach the individuals who run it.
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University class boycotts kicked off yesterday, and organisers said 13,000 people attended the rally at Chinese University. Feelings towards the rally differed from classmate to classmate.
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A good clear-out can help make your tiny room appear quite a bit larger.
It's no secret that the flats in Hong Kong seriously lack space. A cramped, messy room isn't ideal, but here are a few simple tips to make the most of the space you have.
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The problem with prequels is that they usually take two hours to tell us things that we already know. Fortunately this is not the problem with Dracula Untold, which tells the origin story of the...
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Classic novels can keep your nose glued to the page from start to finish.
With all the new young adult books available, we often dismiss the idea of reading anything published before 2000. But the classics are accessible, entertaining, and thought-provoking.
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Most films adapted from video games miss the mark. Maybe it's the nature of video games or maybe video games are cursed...
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Find out who is the winner, and read her story!
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Hate it when you can't talk back? Well, you can with Young Post. Have your say and share with students around Hong Kong...
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Hate it when you can't talk back? Well, you can with Young Post. Have your say and share your thoughts.
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Ever since I could remember, I've hated summer. Summer meant waiting two whole months in the sweltering sun for the school year to begin again.
Children from Christian Action and coaching staff at the AC Milan Soccer School.
Underprivileged children in Hong Kong can attend free football classes with one of the world's leading clubs, AC Milan, thanks to local charity Football for Life.
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Hate it when you can't talk back? Well you can with Young Post. Learn and share with students around Hong Kong
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Harrison Chung Wing-fung graduated from Diocesan Boys' School and started at the University of Hong Kong this month to study law. Some people may think he's ...
Hong Kong faces an ageing population because of the low birth rate. But there are not enough services for the elderly. There should be better facilities at homes for old people. There are...
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Every time a new Grand Theft Auto is released, it usually gets equal amounts of praise and criticism. The action-adventure game's state-of-the-art graphics ...
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In a new television series, the world's leading scientist, Stephen Hawking, explores the fascinating mysteries surrounding the universe...
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You'll definitely need to be an outstanding athlete, but there's a lot more to this award than just strength, speed and agility. Our distinguished sports judges tell Vien Tsang what it takes to be named South China Morning Post Student of the Year - Sportsperson.
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Today is Halloween! That means spooky stories, creepy costumes and, best of all, lots of sweets. We asked our readers what they like best about All Hallows' Eve
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Malala Yousafzai, who shared this year's Nobel Peace Prize, was shot by a Taliban militant in 2012.
Children's rights and education activist Malala Yousafzai of Pakistan, who shared the Nobel Peace Prize this year, is the youngest person ever to win the top honour.
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