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Banners for class boycott displayed in the atrium of The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.
If last week's class boycotts and this weekend's Occupy Central is any indication, Hong Kong students are more politically outspoken than ever before. Some are in full support of those occupying various areas of Hong Kong, while others cannot reconcile their values with the actions of their peers.
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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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With smartphones, it's never been quicker or easier to share with the world the scale of Occupy Central.
If it weren't for technology, Occupy Central might never have spread as quickly or over so many areas in such a short period of time. Here are the technologies that have been pushing this protest along.
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Rising bus fees have become a headache for families living in Shenzhen who rely on the buses to take their children to school.
The decision to shrink class sizes in local primary schools has won praise from teachers and parents, but it comes at a cost - taking a school bus has become a lot more expensive.
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With smartphones, it's never been quicker or easier to share with the world the scale of Occupy Central.
If it weren't for technology, Occupy Central might never have spread as quickly or over so many areas in such a short period of time. Here are the technologies that have been pushing this protest...
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Banners for class boycott displayed in the atrium of The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.
If last week's class boycotts and this weekend's Occupy Central is any indication, Hong Kong students are more politically outspoken than ever before. Some are in full support of those occupying...
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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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Rising bus fees have become a headache for families living in Shenzhen who rely on the buses to take their children to school.
The decision to shrink class sizes in local primary schools has won praise from teachers and parents, but it comes at a cost - taking a school bus has become a lot more expensive.
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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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Hong Kong’s protesters come from a huge swath of society and have no single leader, but there is a group of figureheads
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Abba's high-energy songs provide the soundtrack for the high-flying Mamma Mia!
The spotlight beams upon the 20 cast members on stage. A familiar tune strikes, and the cast of Mamma Mia! bursts into song and dance, their costumes and smiles dazzling the audience.
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Any chance to sleep, any time, any where.
On the fifth day of the Occupy Hong Kong protests, the situation around the government offices in Tamar have become very tense after police were seen transporting boxes containing what is thought to...
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A protester holds a yellow umbrella as she joins a rally outside the Chinese Consulate at the financial district of Makati city east of Manila, Philippines.
Protests continued in Hong Kong on National Day, stopping the usual fireworks display. The calls for Hong Kong Chief Executive CY Leung to step down continued, with protesters threatening to occupy...
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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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Young Post team took part in the Ice Bucket Challenge too!
Unless you've been hiding under a giant bucket this summer, you've probably watched countless celebrities take on the Ice Bucket Challenge.
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Jacky Lo (left) is thought to have fled to mainland after public outrage.
Photos of a dog churning in a washing machine have gone viral since gaining public attention last Thursday. The man who posted the photos on Facebook is thought to have fled to the mainland on...
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Jessica Jung is on her own.
Girls’ Generation had a breakout hit with Gee, but will they be able to continue their success with "only" eight members?
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Hong Kong is finding its place in downhill skateboard racing.
Hitting speeds of up to 100km per hour, downhill skateboard racing is quickly stealing onto the Hong Kong sports scene.
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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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The team had to build a shelter out of bamboo sticks, string and plastic bags.
For most people, the first thing you see when you wake up is a roof over your head. It is that roof which protects you from rainy weather and keeps you warm and safe. You may take shelter for granted...
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Every Monday we ask our Brain Game contestants one interesting, thought-provoking or just plain quirky question. Readers can vote for their FAVOURITE answer and we will eliminate the contestant with...
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Winning author Honor Siu Yiu shows us her weapon of choice.
Writing a great story is hard work. An author needs to think of an exciting plot, develop interesting characters, and add details to create a setting that will draw readers in.
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String players (from left) Kwok Wing-yan, Antonia Wu, Li Ting-ho and Wong Ming-yeung
A group of 77 young local musicians performed at The Culminating Concert of the Haw Par SummerFest at Diocesan Boys' School in Mong Kok. The audience was entertained by three student music ensembles...
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Student actors in Ruth are from more than 30 schools.
Eighty students from 31 schools across Hong Kong will put on a biblical musical starting on Friday. Organised by the It-Is-easy Ministries and the Chivalry Creative Theatre, Ruth modernises the Bible...
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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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Young Post team took part in the Ice Bucket Challenge too!
Unless you've been hiding under a giant bucket this summer, you've probably watched countless celebrities take on the Ice Bucket Challenge.
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Life gets on top of all of us at times. There are so many things to worry about - schoolwork, pressure from parents, the future. But sometimes that pressure develops into something more serious...
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Jacky Lo (left) is thought to have fled to mainland after public outrage.
Photos of a dog churning in a washing machine have gone viral since gaining public attention last Thursday. The man who posted the photos on Facebook is thought to have fled to the mainland on...
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Hands-on experience is the best way to learn about environmental issues.
The Junior Green Engineer Programme is run by CLP Power Hong Kong. It educates students about the importance of saving energy, and also arouses interest in engineering.
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(From left) Actors Peco Chui Wai-yin, Karene Mak Pui-yee, and Gregory Wong Chung-yiu with their teen director Tom Chan
It might be strange to see celebrities such as Karene Mak Pui-yee, Peco Chui Wai-yin and Gregory Wong Chung-yiu taking directions from a teenager, but 16-year-old director Tom Chan has earned their...
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For those prepping for their SBA, IB or any other presentation, Talis Wong from Empowering Education gives some tips and pointers on how to make the best of your talk.
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Cheung Kit-lung is taking all the right steps towards a smooth career.
Marble laying requires teamwork, strength, and some design instinct,
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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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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 ...
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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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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 perhaps it needs a new anthem. We have some suggestions:
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Abba's high-energy songs provide the soundtrack for the high-flying Mamma Mia!
The spotlight beams upon the 20 cast members on stage. A familiar tune strikes, and the cast of Mamma Mia! bursts into song and dance, their costumes and smiles dazzling the audience.
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Protesters and police officers on Connaught Road Central in Admiralty.
One thing that always struck me about living in Hong Kong was how safe it is here. But that was not the Hong Kong I saw last night. I was surprised to hear the police had used teargas. I hadn't heard of that happening before in Hong Kong.
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