Personal development

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When your face doesn’t look like everyone else’s, when a genetic anomaly leaves you with contorted ears and eyes that seem to be sliding down your face, what you hope for is kindness. Your wish is that people see beyond your appearance.
A 15-year study of emergency room visits reveals new signs of emotional suffering among the nation’s young women and girls.
Remember these professional tips to help you stand out from the hundreds of other students applying for the very same places you are.
The Nepalese monk scientifically proven to be the happiest man on earth tells Young Post about the four keys to happiness in a one-on-one interview.
No matter how your Jupas applications turn out, your need to have a clear plan and prepare for the future - whatever your final grade.
While a summer job can be a great way to gain some work experience, it isn’t the only way to boost your CV during the holidays. So if you didn’t manage to get one, don’t worry.
The royal's interview with The Telegraph is a reminder that we need to open up about these issues.
Fresh off a resounding win during Hong Kong’s latest boxing spectacle Clash of Champions 2, Surez Gurung returns to the gym carrying more than just his own weight on his shoulders.
Peer pressure, stress from school, high expectations for exam results ... being a teen in Hong Kong is tough, but there are ways to manage all that and find peace of mind.
Being a teenager can feel like a never-ending roller coaster ride. One minute you’re high on happiness – and the next, you’re emotionally crushed. But this is normal, and here’s why

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