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Yes, the website gets a bad rep, but that doesn’t mean it can’t be an incredibly useful resource. You just need to know how to use it wisely.
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Does the HKDSE liberal studies exam leave you waking up in a cold sweat? You’re not alone. Luckily, the best way to deal with the problem is by being prepared.
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The English speaking exam is almost here, and hopefully you’ve been working on your pronunciation and vocabulary.
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No one is judging you on your grammar or how well you can speak English – as long as you know your motions, can present a good argument, and can speak with confidence
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Ip Kin-yuen wants more money for education.
Legislative Councillor Ip Kin-yuen requested changes to the education policy yesterday, with the chief executive due to deliver his policy address next month.
Sometimes, we can be so embarrassed, we just want to run away. Jessica felt that way recently.
Sometimes, we can be so embarrassed, we just want to run away. Jessica felt that way recently.
Sometimes you can’t help but admire people’s ideas, even if they are illegal – like trying to sell a national monument for profit, for example.
Sometimes you can’t help but admire people’s ideas, even if they are illegal – like trying to sell a national monument for profit, for example.
Three sisters, three women, who couldn't be more different but all shared one thing in common: they impacted Chinese history.
Diocesan Boys' School and University of Hong Kong graduate Geoffrey Yeung Ka-wei has done his teachers and parents proud.
If you ask or tell someone not to let the cat out of the bag, you aren't being cruel to someone's pet. And hitting the nail on the head is not just important in woodwork. Listen to the featured dialogues below.
If you ask or tell someone not to let the cat out of the bag, you aren't being cruel to someone's pet. And hitting the nail on the head is not just important in woodwork.
(L-R) Michelle Wong, Elaine Ho, and Mary Lam of Queen Elizabeth School, and Ellery Gopaoco, Vennese Chan, and Charlotte Cheng of Diocesan Girls' School.
Diocesan Girls' School (DGS) defeated Queen Elizabeth School in the second round of the Hong Kong Secondary Schools Debating Competition opposing the motion: "The government should be more concerned about economic stability than universal suffrage."