To kick off our month of Brovember, we asked the men on the YP team what advice they would give their 16-year-old selves to help them survive school, and thrive in life.
Phone calls and emails aren’t dead (yet) so you need to know how to sound professional and clear.
Hey, all you college-bound kids: What’s the easiest thing you can do to impress prospective schools? It’s not your GPA. It’s your Facebook and any other social media.
Think twice before you stand by that speaker at a concert, or turn up the volume on your music player – that high-pitched ringing in your ears might never go away.
If you or an older sibling are heading off to university soon, they’re going to need to buy everything from a duvet to face wash; oh, and obviously a lot of books.
Performance mentor Jeff Anello explains why finding what you love gives you goals to work towards, and enhances your well-being.
Forget the peak, we’ve got much cooler places for you to hit!
You spend a lot more time in your bedroom. But it doesn’t have to be your own personal study dungeon: there are ways to turn your room into a place you’re happy to come home to.
The true cost of that doggy in the window: things you need to think about before getting a dog in Hong Kong
If you’ve ever had a two-month-old Labrador puppy bound towards you, you’ll know that it’s impossible not to want one. But before you rush out to adopt one, there are a lot of things to consider.
Top 10 places to visit: Let’s go down to London town: here’s what you need to know about the capital of England
Everyone’s heard of London. In some ways, the British capital is Hong Kong’s complete opposite.