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Origami, which dates back to the Edo period (1603-1868) in Japan, is the act of folding paper into decorative shapes and objects.
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At the start of this new year, it is a good idea to reflect on what we can all learn from the past. So, in this issue, we asked our Student of the Year advisory-board experts...
Get in the groove - and protect Mother Earth_L
Imagine all the furniture in your home was made without the use of any kind of fixing or fastener. How about crafted wooden furniture or decorations...
The Student of the Year Awards are almost upon us. The most prestigious annual secondary school competition is judged by past winners, Hong Kong university professors...
The Student of the Year Awards are almost upon us. The most prestigious annual secondary school competition is judged by past winners, Hong Kong university professors...
Putting it all online_L
Combined with millions of other devices we can help society become healthier...
Professor Cheng Kai-ming says it will be good if your words can makepeople think.
In this issue, Young Post talks to two of our six panel judges about the qualities necessary for this year’s winners in the Linguist and Community Contributor categories...
Science Lichens_L
When people talk about Antarctica, they usually think of penguins, whales and seals. But its plant life should not be overlooked. Scientists can learn a lot ...
SOTY Tisa Ho_L
This week, two of our six panel leaders express their views on what qualities are necessary for this year's winners in the Performing Arts and Sports categories
Food recycling science_L
How much food waste do you produce every day? In a broad sense, food waste is anything that we dispose of - either during the course of producing...
SOTY Prof Alvin_L
In this and the next two issues, our six panel leaders, who are experts in their fields, share their thoughts with Young Post on the qualities necessary...