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If there’s one thing Davy Liu has learned from Disney films, it’s that dreams are worth following.
Jay Leung on duty at the InterContinental Grand Stanford Hong Kong.
Technicians working in the hotel industry need to have a range of skills to deal with plumbing, air-conditioning, electrical wiring and lighting.
Aircraft engineer Alex Ang inside a hangar at Hong Kong Aircraft Engineering Company.
Helping to maintain aircraft so they are in perfect working order is challenging but rewarding
There are no specific academic qualifications to become an image consultant. But what you do need is a good taste in fashion and some knowledge about ...
Ranson Lau, from Beauty Tech
Wong Yat-hei finds out what skills and qualifications are needed for those who focus on transforming people's looks - from weddings to Halloween.
C. K. Wan Sze-ki (left), a tutor at Beauty Tech, gives tips to student Jasmine Ye.
In our new series of articles highlighting different jobs, Wong Yat-hei looks at what beauty therapy has to offer you.
Marvin Poon Kwan-yin began his career as a wedding planner by playing music.
Are you organised? Can you make connections? If so, writes YP cadet Emily Ting, you could be a wedding planner.
Flute maker Kuniaki Nomata with one of his instruments.
Often left in the shadows, instrument makers are nonetheless essential to the production of beautiful music pieces...
Zhang Lei is game art manager at Yingpei Games.
The artistry behind high-quality computer games is an acquired craft
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Business conference producers must become experts on industries within weeks, identify major themes and attract key speakers. Young Post meets Rosalind Wade from Beacon Events...
Alice Tsang, paper conservator at the government's Central Conservation Section, finds it exciting to 'treat' a newly arrived book and to uncover the mysteries hidden between the pages.
Paper conservators are "doctors" for historical items such as books, manuscripts and prints. They try their utmost to restore each "patient" to its original glory...