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Contemporary art specialist and auctioneer Jacky Ho told us about Hong Kong’s growing modern art scene, and having a creative job in a business-oriented city.
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Young Post’s intrepid intern Joshua Lee volunteered (was forced to) to use a Nokia 105 for a week and here’s what he learned about life with a smartphone.
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The Nepalese monk scientifically proven to be the happiest man on earth tells Young Post about the four keys to happiness in a one-on-one interview.
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October 31 will be the last day you can check out the creepy Maze of Madness through a mad scientist’s lab, or mix with baddies like Cruella de Vil!
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Catalan, home to the famous Barcelona football team, wants to break away from Spain.
The ultimate Brain Game winner will win a one-night stay at the new Disney Explorers Lodge with up to three friends!
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 winner of the 2011 Soji Shimada Mystery Award talks to Young Post about his success, reading The Three Musketeers, and what takes a mystery novel from middling to mesmerising.
Sometimes you can just feel that smelling is not quite right with someone.
Sometimes you can just feel that smelling is not quite right with someone.
Studying for exams can be stressful, boring and frustrating – especially when you’ve worked hard, but still don’t achieve good results.
The messaging platform is replacing the Apple-designed icons with its own set, but users don’t see much difference
Treatise on fate is nicely wrapped around a teenage romance plot but doesn't have a strong enough storyline to fully explore its many ideas.
It's pretty predictable after the tragedy in Las Vegas that some people are wondering why this shooter is not being called a 'terrorist'
Most young people in Hong Kong have little interest in policy making, according to the initial findings of a consultation conducted by the Commission on Youth.
Alexandra Petri argues that the labelling of white male shooters as "lone wolves" lets society avoid the discomforting thought that killers are not "Something Else", but just like us.
At least 59 people were killed and 527 injured when a man opened fire at an outdoor concert.
Hong Kong’s star cyclist Leung Chun-wing believes he was born to be on a bike. “I was born into a special family; my dad, my mum, my brother and even my sister, we all loved to cycle.”
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Cantonese opera was recently listed by Unesco as an Intangible Cultural Asset of Humanity. Local opera lovers and performers are delighted, but warn there is...
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Three years after the release of Daughtry's Grammy-nominated, self-titled debut, the band has released Leave This Town. The album is full of...
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Local duo Swing - feted pop-maker Eric Kwok and human trumpet Jerald Chan - are back with a bang on Wu Dang. A feast of beautifully written music, the album...
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So many romantic films paint women as incomplete without a soulmate that it's refreshing to see what happens from a male perspective. 500 Days of Summer is...
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A cold-blooded killer is on the loose in Antarctica in Whiteout. There's nowhere to hide - if the murderer doesn't get you, the millions of kilometres of ice...
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Silent theatrical performances have been around since the days of classical Greek masked pantomimes and classical Indian musical theatre, while elements can been...
Young Post reorter Lai Ying Kit will be discussing with news reporter Olga Wong on how the the wall-like high buildings and the heat island effect affect the city.
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Developed by extreme American skateboarder Lance Mountain, finger skateboarding first caught the...
SAVED BY AN IPOD You are listening to an online teen radio programme when you hear this item about a teenager whose life was saved by an iPod. What happened? How could an iPod save anyone’s life?...
SAVED BY AN IPOD Voice 1: You are listening to an online teen radio programme when you hear this item about a teenager whose life was saved by an iPod. What happened? How could an iPod save...
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An award-winning academic from the United States will visit Hong Kong next week and deliver a talk to young people on creativity. Tina Seelig will...
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The reclusive Communist dictatorship of North Korea is a puzzle to its neighbours and the rest of the world. Tourism is organised by the government, and tourists are always...
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Silent Sound sailed through a lot of ice this summer, but not nearly as much as there once was covering the Arctic seas, and not as much as...
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Taking on the Taliban: a little girl's tale
What's better than a picture of cute animals? A whole post of pictures of cute animals! Go on, give your brain a break.
The 15-year-old Baptist Wing Lung Secondary School student knows pain can be a challenge and a motivator for wushu.
Will relaxing the policy bring about the changes Beijing wants to see in China? I'm doubtful.
We've opened our annual Winter Short Story competition. If you are a budding creative writer, keen to see your work in print and hopefully win some super-cool prizes, then you need to enter this...
Each week, our two teenagers will debate a hot topic.This week …
Hong Kong's girls' squash team claimed silver
The Hong Kong squash team bagged a silver and a bronze medal on Friday as the Asian Youth Games ended in Nanjing .
How to join, what you will be doing and launch of the junior reporters editorial meeting
Jackson  with his father, Wang Ruiji
Jackson will represent Hong Kong at the first Youth Olympic Games (YOG) in Singapore in August...
Junior reporter Yasmin Subba interviewing Red Bull Junior Team driver Tom Blomqvist in Macau
If you like to write in your free time, have a passion for reporting, shoot videos, have a blog, or just want to share your enthusiasm with the YP community, the Junior Reporters Club is for you.
Caption reads: "guys please help me - is this dress white and gold, or blue and black? Me and my friends can’t agree and we are freaking ... out"
White and gold or blue and black? A Tumblr user asked a question for which an answer seems impossible.
We asked our readers: if you had to eat one food for the rest of your life, what would it be? Here are some of our favourite answers!
“We focused on the idea of bringing people together around a traditional Christmas dinner,” says Fantastic Mr Fox’s art director Ian MacKinnon.
HSBC is accused of destroying the family unit and offending the entire population of Hong Kong… by displaying rainbow-coloured lion statues outside their headquarters.
Cards, presents, stars and even lie-ins have a mention but getting together with family takes top billing in YP readers’ views about the best thing about Christmas.
Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte’s ugly behaviour simply has no place in a civilised world.
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We know that getting along with an ‘enemy’ can be tough, but one important aspect of being an adult is learning how to effectively do this in a calm and mature way.
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In a tale of aspirations and advice transmitted between characters from two different time periods, this Japanese drama reminds us that strong bonds can be formed through the most mysterious of circumstances.
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