Personal development

105862
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.
1
The first ever Chinese graduate to speak at Harvard’s commencement ceremony on handling culture shock, and how education changed his destiny.
President Barack Obama’s daughter Malia is taking a year off after graduating from high school before attending University as part of a programme for students known as a “gap year.”
His mom publicly compared him to killer Adam Lanza. Now the teen is opening up about his...
Honestly, choose somewhere with a bit of cultural diversity or pretty landscapes
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.
Staying up to date with Facebook, Snapchat, Instagram and everything else means it’s hard not to look at your phone every five minutes, but all of this has made us less efficient.
Making a movie is a complex job that's not easy to learn, especially in four lessons. But if anyone could be up for the task it would be award-winning director Heiward Mak Hei-yan.
Tattoos are becoming more common among celebrities and have been popularised by the media. But how do people in Hong Kong feel about those 'designs' on the skin?
Getting fit and building muscle is hard work, especially in Hong Kong, where finding time for yourself is a challenge in itself. No one knows this better than Mike Dacuno, a junior trainer.
Time flies, and the 10th anniversary of Unicef's Charity Run is fast approaching.