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.
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.
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.
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!
The stunner's parents didn’t want her to enter Miss Hong Kong Pageant 2016. She did it anyway – and now she’s a successful presenter for TVB
It starts with an alien in a light blue suit with pink hair and a giant key dangling from his arm. A man, who in “real life” is shy and has low self-esteem, is attracted to the key and decides to...
The future of Cantonese opera lies in making it relevant to today’s young people.
Independence is something a lot of us crave as teenagers – but once it’s thrust upon us we don’t always know how to handle it.
The Beijing government recently announced it will no longer allow the import of 24 types of solid waste for recycling purposes, including waste paper.
The recent jailing of three Occupy student leaders and the removal of separatist banners from university campuses has led to claims of “political persecution” by the city’s pro-democracy camp.
The Cantopop band, who is playing at tonight's Dr. Martens: Stand for Something Hong Kong concert, discuss their new album and Hong Kong's live music scene.
Hong Kong students are already struggling with the pressure of the looming exams, a post on an online forum has revealed. Some have even contemplated ending their lives because of them.
The humble chicken, not much discussed beyond it being served on the dining table, has assumed an unlikely prominence in development circles this past year. The importance of this avian began with a...
1. Roman architecture and beautiful coastlines 2. The Republic of Venice 3. It has the narrowest street in the world. 4. It is hidden in the rocks.
Hate it when you can’t talk back? Well, you can with Young Post. Have your say and share with students around Hong Kong.
In Star Trek: Discovery, the Klingons stand out for the richness, detail and variety of their appearance.
A 17-storey dormitory building in Wong Chuk Hang considered 'very suitable' for prefabricated construction.
The encrypted messaging service WhatsApp is suffering intermittent disruptions in China as communist authorities tighten censorship controls ahead of a major ruling party meeting.
A teenage blogger from Singapore was released from U.S. custody on Tuesday following an immigration appeals court’s decision to uphold his bid for asylum
Teenagers share their thoughts on the Chief Executive's policy address - Breaking New Ground Together - with Sunny Tse and Young Post junior reporters
Cool Alert! Author Tina Seelig is going to be in town giving a talk on October 24. Submissions are now CLOSED
Whether you're negotiating with your parents about your next night out or trying to knock off 40 per cent on a Temple Street purchase, arguments...
Helen Grant's impressive debut novel The Vanishing of Katharina Linden is one of those rare books that refuses to downsize style or content just because...
In his latest collaboration with award-winning director Steven Soderbergh, The Informant!, Matt Damon plays chubby, dorky businessman Mark Whitacre. Whitacre is a...
Scooby-Doo. Scooby-Doo: The Mystery Begins is a wonderful modern adaptation that manages to be faithful to the old 1970s cartoons while...
Edward Cullen's chiselled face is leading the latest revival of the vampire genre, but what makes this star of the Twilight franchise so appealing?
Students from Heep Yunn School and Wa Ying College took the 'Make the headlines' challenge and wrote today's Young Post cover.
Junior Reporters find out which Halloween treat does the trick best...
How to do a Vox Pop and collect people's opinions...
Cub reporter Megan Chee tells us why she thinks the bestseller is following a successful formula...
Why people living on Hong Kong Island don’t like to go over to Kowloon and vice versa. Submissions CLOSED
GHOST SHIP Listen to the true story GHOST SHIP about spooky happenings at sea. The mysterious story of a ship called the MARIE CELESTE. Listen carefully and then answer the questions.
Your first year at college or university is a whole new world. It might be the first time you encounter a new medium of instruction...
The number of entries to the Nesta-SCMP Debating Competition has tripled in the last three years. More than 50 school teams have registered for...
Stuck at home during a typhoon and waiting for the T8 signal to be lowered? Instead of hunching over a screen, bust out one of these games to play with your family and friends.
The 19-year-old’s gold in the 100m freestyle is Hong Kong’s first gold medal since 2009 at the World University Games.
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There has been no honeymoon period – an initial time of goodwill – for Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying since he took office on July 1. His integrity was questioned ...
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Jamie Crosbie-Chen has a lovely innocent smile and an angelic voice that will melt your heart. On Thursday, the soprano, 11, is sure to combine both when ...
One Direction - (from left) Louis Tomlinson, Harry Styles, Niall Horan, Zayn Malik and Liam Payne.
Imagine a band made up of five Justin Biebers, each with an adorable British or Irish accent. Imagine no more. Meet One Direction.
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Hong Kong is a city where citizens have a very high degree of freedom and rights. We have a stable political system, a clean government and a well-defined ...
Sailing ships raced from China to London, carrying the first tea of the season. It was an exciting time.
We received SO MANY incredible entries for our #YPIG10 competition that it made choosing one winner really hard!
This is it! The FINAL round of this series of Brain Game! Are you ready to pick your winner?
Many students complain about their school life. They say school is like a prison. Is going to school really that bad? I don’t think so.
Students from kindergarten to secondary school will be able to dance all the way to the Chinese Folk Dance Graded Examinations.
Hong Kong food safety officials have temporarily suspended the import of poultry meat and products from three more regions – in mainland China, Japan and Poland.
Every Wednesday we ask our Brain Game contestants one interesting, thought-provoking or just plain quirky question, and eliminate your least favourite until we have a winner.
As a Hong Kong student, I worry about my own English. Now that I am a secondary school student, I struggle to understand English if my teacher talks too quickly.
When Jerry Allen Bradford tried to kill his seven puppies, he hadn't counted on his plan backfiring painfully.
Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte’s ugly behaviour simply has no place in a civilised world.
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.
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.

If you had to pick only one for after uni graduation, which would you pick?