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Temperatures to increase by 2.5 to 10 degrees Celsius. More frequent droughts and heat waves. Sea levels rising by more than a metre... Is that the world you want to live in?
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The DSE English listening exam is coming up, but there’s no need to panic, or strain your ears. Simply follow our handy tips from the pros for acing the test.
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Yip Man, or Ip Man, is well-known for being the founder of wing chun in Hong Kong. He’s the one who brought the martial art over from Guangdong after the Chinese Civil War in 1949.
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Flip over your favourite toy and chances are you’ll see “Made in China”, or maybe “Vietnam” or “Japan”. But why don’t we ever see “Made in Hong Kong”? Aren’t we a commercial hub?
Louise Soloway Chan stood in Sai Ying Pun MTR station in the early hours of the morning and witnessed the crowning moment of six years of hard work.
Author Lynne Barrett-Lee successfully combines two very different genres – war stories and cat tales – into one book.
While watching Edoardo Tanas scud over the waves on his board and wrangle his sail with expert technique, it is easy to forget that the young windsurfer is just 14, and has only been surfing for six...
Clad in flowing robes with waist-length black hair flowing in the breeze, Bo Ningen was one of the most memorable acts at Clockenflap 2015.
Laura Marling has become one of the most prolific song writers in the past decade, renowned for changing her style with each record. This month sees the release of her sixth full length Semper Femina.
Honestly, when it comes to Vietnamese and Thai, what is there not to love? It’s hard to go wrong with two cuisines that are both so great, and Nahm perfectly fuses the two.
Don’t expect the psychedelic quartet’s new album to rock your world – it’s good but it treads old ground.
This week, we asked our readers: what's your favourite smell in the whole world? Here are our favourite answers.
When Kevin Hall received his first set of Lego at the tender age of six, he showcased his Lego-building talent.
Snoop Dogg’s new “Lavender” music video features a world of clowns, and one is clearly a President Donald Trump parody.
Being an athlete in Hong Kong is quite difficult compared to other countries because of the lack of resources here.
First-time director Crosby Yip-hei talks about getting your name out there and creating opportunities - even if your family doesn't think your dream is worth pursuing.
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Mak Tze-wing and windsurfer Mak Cheuk-wing are among athletes recognised for their achievements over the past year.
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Veteran New Zealand children's author Margaret Mahy enters a crowded arena with her novel The Magician of Hoad. Here we are again in a fantasy land where...
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From the director of Crazy Stone, Crazy Racer is an upbeat dark humour comedy holding the promise of an enjoyable time.
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A classic Sandra Bullock romantic comedy, The Proposal is a hilarious film about giving in to love. Rom-com queen Bullock plays...
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Almost half a century ago, four young lads from the British city of Liverpool formed the greatest band in the history of music and started the...
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Reflexology is very popular in Hong Kong, but fish reflexology is a new variation on a familiar theme. Also known as fish spas, the idea...
Young Post reporter Timothy Chui will be speaking with labour and welfare reporter Agnes Lam about a recent construction accident at the International Commerce Centre.
Young Post reporter Timothy Chui will be speaking with the international desk editor Ian Young about the latest Japanese elections.
Listen to Young Post reporter Sara Yin talks to Ian Young about President Obama's Middle East speech.
Listen to Young Post reporter Sara Yin talks to Greg Torode about North Korea.
Young Post reporter Timothy Chui will be speaking with political reporter Eva Wu on local journalists reporting the incidents in Xinjiang.
TIM: Hi. This is listening plus. You’re with Timothy Chui and today I’ll be speaking with political reporter Eva Wu on local journalists reporting on the mainland. Thanks for joining us. First off...
TIM: Hi, this is Timothy Chui and you’re listening to listening plus.
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Wu Wing-kui has been working as a tattoo artist for 15 years. Tastes, he says, have changed immensely over that time - and in a way that allow him to be more...
Other than reporters and photographers, who work for a newspaper?
Trees For Streets You are interested in environmental issues and you come across this podcast about an interesting project to improve some of the streets of London. Listen to the podcast and then...
Panic over - the boys have announced a new album, coming out THIS YEAR
Yundi Li has performed around the world, but loves nothing more than playing in China.
Forget about Team Edward or Team Jacob. Are you Team Lang or Team Li? Two of the world's most famous classical pianists, Lang Lang and Yundi Li, are set to perform separate concerts in Hong Kong...
Change is coming to this troubled country - in the form of courses to teach young people life skills they can use.
As skyscrapers and luxury residential towers cloud the skies of Hong Kong, their shadows fall on historic buildings that have stood since the 19th century.
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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
Jack Ma says "talented people are usually a bit weird."
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.
Print media has entered an ice age. It's not uncommon for established newspaper and magazine companies to either close down or go online only, because fewer people are reading print material.
Hate it when you can't talk back? Well, you can with Young Post. Have your say and share with students around Hong Kong
Reporter Melanie Leung is confident enough to do a headstand while balancing on a stand-up paddleboard
Water sports have never been my thing. I don't have the best track record: I once kayaked down a river, but missed where I was supposed to stop, and ended up paddling for eight hours.
Thriving metropolis or historical gem? If Hong Kong had to choose, which should it be?
Time flies when you're having fun, and that's certainly true for summer holidays. So, really, should the holidays be longer?
Emily (left) and Christy dress a mannequin.
When we go shopping, we rarely think about the work that goes into opening a shop. Young Post's junior reporters found out that it's actually a very complicated process …
Saving up for that new thingamajig that all of your friends have been raving about? Want to keep the hard-earned money from that summer job in your pockets for a while longer? Well, we came up with...
Each week our two teenagers will debate a hot topic. This week ...
Explosive material found by police at the boy's flat.
A 15-year-old boy who is believed to be mentally ill tried to set off powerful home-made explosives at Aberdeen Police Station on Tuesday, police said.
We have tickets to give away to the Fifth Harmony concert on March 31, WITH meet & greet tickets, too! Details below!
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Success in the long jump is not as simple as it sounds, and practising the right techniques is essential, but this local athlete has learned how to do it.
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If you love Cali-Mex (and really, who doesn’t love Cali-Mex) but you’re getting a little tired of the ever-popular sour cream and avocado-laden burritos, wander over to Mamasita’s Cantina.
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