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
Honestly, when it comes to Vietnamese and Thai, what is there not to love? It’s hard to go wrong with two cuisines that are both so great, and Nahm perfectly fuses the two.
Island School's ANAIA 2017 charity fashion show to target stereotypes, highlight diversity, and celebrate self-confidence
Organisers say it's time to annihilate stereotypes and celebrate diversity on the catwalk.
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.
This is an article written by an academic, Catharine Lumby, to other parents about why they need to chill about exam marks.
If you want a cream that will work with your skin even when it's at its most angry-looking or parched, then you might want to consider giving the Intensive Moisturising Cream a go.
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.