The HKDSE results will be released on July 13, but you shouldn’t wait until then to start thinking about what you’re going to do.
Our handy guide will have your applications looking clear, concise and in the appropriate tone in no time.
Reading about the Chinese University medical student who took her life in March tore at Mel’s heart. “It could have easily been me,” the final year medical school student tells Young Post.
Make food choices like professional athletes do, with breakfast - and lunch and dinner - of champions
If you want to win when it comes to sports, give yourself the best possible chance by eating like the professionals
Boston in the United States is often overlooked, but it shouldn’t be.
We need to remember that feelings change, says Dr Stella WY Chan who was born in Hong Kong and is now a Lecturer in Clinical Psychology at the University of Edinburgh.
Many subsidised schools are now holding interviews, so Young Post got some advice from a pair of experts. They gave us some insider tips on how students can stand out at the interviews.
Today marks the fourth International Day of Happiness, an event set up by the United Nations in 2012 to recognise the importance of happiness and well-being.
Top officials criticised for evading responsibility and failing to re-evaluate the system that may be to blame.
From seemingly simple questions to making your answer the perfect length, interview like a professional with these top tips.