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?
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.
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.
Being a teenager can feel like a never-ending roller coaster ride. One minute you’re high on happiness – and the next, you’re emotionally crushed. But this is normal, and here’s why
A CityU team seeks to empower retirees and working parents via an app that can help boost social harmony
Let me be clear on one thing: I am not supporting anyone in this chief executive election.
While we can always blame the education system, why don’t we learn how to handle students with mental health issues?
In Hong Kong’s knowledge-driven economy, the above-board exchange of information on diverse business matters among companies is considered an integral part of their commercial operations and harmless...
Hate it when you can’t talk back? Well, you can with Young Post. Have your say and share with students around Hong Kong.
The convictions of seven policemen last month for beating pro-democracy activist Ken Tsang Kin-chiu during the Occupy protests in 2014 has reignited a push to make insulting a police officer a crime.
Police officer Ifzal Zaffar convinces a man not to kill himself by talking to him in Urdu, the language of Pakistan.
As one of the most anticipated movies of the year, Beauty and the Beast was always going to struggle to please both Disney purists and a new generation of fans.
The end of secondary school might still be a few years away for you, or the end might already be in sight – but either way, “What are you going to do next?”
1. Hello Kitty 2. A job that you think is perfect/that you want more than any other. 3. (i) malodorous (ii) commute (iii) despises
How are you today? Full of the joys of spring, or are you feeling a bit down in the dumps? These two expressions mean the exact opposite of each other. Listen to find out what each mean.
How are you today? Full of the joys of spring, or are you feeling a bit down in the dumps? These two expressions mean the exact opposite of each other.
A local university has stopped an organisation from setting up a polling station as part of a mock ballot for the city’s next leader.
Unlikely internet sensation Happy Polla has attracted more than 1.5 million followers on Facebook and Instagram.
Hong Kong’s new rugby sevens coach Paul John declared himself quietly optimistic the competition’s draw on Monday night as he prepares for the Cathay Pacific/HSBC Hong Kong Sevens next month.
Trees For Streets Voice 1: 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...
Most of us might remember trying to connect the dotted lines in a cursive handwriting copybook back in Primary Three. But education experts say...
Saturday is Mid-Autumn Festival, and the Young Post team has been on a mooncake taste-testing binge in pursuit of the perfect festive treat. Here are...
The beginning of Sherlock Holmes
Something borrowed, seen anew
Parents might worry puppy love will get in the way of their children's studies - or worse - and forbid them from spending free time with the opposite sex. But...
MISSING PERSONS Voice 1: People go missing every day. Some just vanish into thin air and sadly are never seen again by their family and friends. Listen to these five stories of people who went...
Sara Yin scores China's 60-year performance in this Young Post report card ahead of PRC's anniversary tomorrow.
Karly Cox's review of the movie remake Fame
Feel-good comedy Bandslam tells a coming-of-age story of teenage struggles and...
Although there are a few stars featured on the promotional poster, Louis Koo Tin-lok seems to be the only one who actually appears in the crime thriller Accident. If...
Japanese R&B diva Thelma Aoyama is back with some inspiring songs on her latest album Emotions.
In their fifth studio album, Muse brings a magic that has not been heard since Queen's Innuendo (1991). The Resistance mixes a number of...
MISSING PERSONS People go missing every day. Some just vanish into thin air and sadly are never seen again by their family and friends. Listen to these five stories of people who went missing but...
Young Post reporter Zoe Mak will be talking with Timothy Chui who is reporting on South China Morning Post National News Desk Editor Ting Shi’s wrap-up of a series of poisoning cases.
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.
Professor Carlos Soto and his students learning English through Bollywood films at CMA Choi Cheung Kok Secondary School in Tuen Mun last year.
Sixty Nepalese students at a secondary school in Tuen Mun boycotted class on Tuesday to protest against the school's sudden firing of two staff members who had been helping them.
"The adult world has traditionally not been very accepting of failure. In most business cultures, it is better to fake your way through something than to admit you don't know the real answers. If you...
(From left) Gordon Ip, Lincoln Hui, and Tyrese Au are Birds of Paradise
Local boy band Birds of Paradise (BOP) are celebrating their self-titled EP with a gig next month.
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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
With just one more term to go, we asked our cadets their tips for surviving the final few weeks before the summer holidays
The sculpture "Sleepwalker" is controversial - but that's exactly why it should stay at the university.
When we enter the hallowed halls of a university, we believe that the purest forms of freedom of expression will be upheld within those walls.
Ever been so tired you can barely stay awake in class? Or do you regularly skip breakfast so that you are not late for school? Well, you're not the only one.
Earth Hour is tomorrow, so we asked readers to share their best ideas for saving electricity. Here are the top answers …
Sam still can't touch his toes, but balancing is no problem.
I slouch. A lot. Enough that most people don't believe me when I tell them how tall I am. I have done this for years, and at this point it's not clear whether I slouch because I have bad posture, or...
Work can be boring. It is all too easy to slip into put-off mode when faced with a series of mind-numbing tasks. However, Professor Calvin Newport, author of four student and career advice books and...
Giddens Ko's You Are the Apple of My Eye became the talk of the town when it was released three years ago, so expectations were high for the Taiwanese writer and producer's latest film.
When I order my daily coffee with soy milk, I expect it to be dairy-free.
Dominic Clark isn't about to let his business venture get in the way of his school work.
For a lot of people, university is about getting a degree that will lead to a well-paid job. But a growing number of students in Hong Kong are investing their time and money into something more -...
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Hong Kong is set to join Sydney as a harbourside city with a very special aquatic inhabitant. Here's how the giant, inflatable rubber duck manages to stay afloat.
We have tickets to give away to the Fifth Harmony concert on March 31, WITH meet & greet tickets, too! Details below!
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.
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.

What does spring mean to you?