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
If you're not the strongest swimmer, or you just don't care about football, don't worry; somewhere in Hong Kong there is the perfect sport just waiting for you to discover.
Hong Kong students ride the waves and travel through rainforests as they “Embrace the World” in Australia
Nine Hong Kong secondary school students recently won the opportunity of a lifetime to travel to Australia.
Haven't started your keeping fit new year's resolution yet? Here's a guide from experts on how to get started
So yeah, you’ve been bitten by the iron-pumping bug, but everyone says you’re too young to start building your body or lifting weights.
Personal trainer Calvin Au Yeung is here to guide you through simple workouts that can make a huge difference.
All about aviation at Gold Coast Airport and Air Gold Coast; and then there were glow worms at Tamborine National Park (Feb 13)
"Come fly with me, let's fly, let's fly away..." Oh, Frank Sinatra, I knew you'd pop into my head at least once on this trip.
Three physically demanding activities made for a fun but exhausting day on the Hong Kong Airlines Embrace the World Student Sponsorship Programme 2016/17.
Meeting Australian animals at Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary and being stunned by the beauty of Gold Coast (Feb 11)
Koalas and kangaroos! Oh my! Hong Kong Airlines Embrace the World Student Sponsorship Programme 2016/17 is taking nine local secondary school students on a trip of a lifetime, and Young Post is tagging along for the ride.