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We usually admire art from a distance but our junior reporters had a chance to meet popular Japanese cartoonist to learn more about manga art
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On June 17, “Seams” – an annual charity fashion show – had students at the Australian International School walk the runway in the name of the underprivileged in developing countries.
As vegetarian diets become more popular in Hong Kong, both companies and consumers are looking for ways to make going veggie both easier and more appealing.
In the days before computers and phones existed, imagination played a major role in creating works of art. Artists often had to depict historic scenes which they were never present at, and at times their artistic license was stretched pretty far.
Our junior reporters Angelina Wang and Molly Taylor find out what can be done with the slightly used soaps from hotels that we’re throwing away every single day.
With its classic songs and timeless tale of romance, West Side Story is a favourite with musical lovers everywhere, and our JRs got to speak to its leading actors ahead of opening night.
We have a lot of fashion options in Hong Kong. But for all the latest trend and styles, clothing manufacturers still use some pretty old techniques. One of those is the craft of fabric dyeing – especially using indigo.
Junior reporters learn to spot the differences between sea lions and seals, and find out more about creatures from ecosystems all across the globe.
Easter is an indulgent time of year: chocolate eggs, bunnies, Easter sweets ... so wouldn’t it be nice if cupcakes can be healthier but just as yummy?
Easter also one of the biggest candy seasons of the year, ranking right up there with Halloween and Christmas.
From picture cards to toy cookery sets, and from Barbie dolls to modern anime, the exhibition gives you the chance to explore some childhood memories.