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Tycoon Li Ka-shing’s charity will give HK$5,000 cash to students in remote districts sitting the Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education (HKDSE) examination in 2018.
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Haunted by the thought of dictionaries and grammar drills? Fear not: there may be an easier and more effective way to improve your language skills.
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Most HKDSE students are happy with their subjects, but some 40 per cent have though about axing one.
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For students planning their future, the Vocational Training Council’s scheme allows them to get real-life work experience and a salary while they study for their degree.
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Your editor Susan Ramsay explains how you to procede if you want to write a story of your own.
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A debate isn't won on the logic of a team's arguments alone. But by putting forward well-prepared arguments, a team can better protect themselves from...
WHAT’S ON TV? Listen to an announcer giving details about what’s on evening TV for four days this week on a UK channel. When you have heard each evening’s programme schedule, fill in the missing details in the TV guide.
TIM: Hi. This is listening plus and you’re listening to Timothy Chui. Today we’ll be speaking with features writer Ben Sin about the evolution of street ball in Hong Kong. Thanks for joining us Ben. BEN: Thanks. TIM: First off, what is street ball?
Young Post reporter Timothy Chui will be speaking with features writer Ben Sin about the evolution of street ball in Hong Kong.
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 anyone’s life? Listen carefully and answer the questions to find out.
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? Listen carefully and answer the questions to find out.
Kit: Hello, this is listening plus and you are with Young Post reporter Lai Ying-kit. This week we will be discussing a hot environmental topic, the wall-like high buildings in the city and the heat island effect that they cause.
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.