Making a chocolate tart can be just as much fun as eating one – yes, really.
There’s more interest in the folk art of paper tearing than you would expect. The King of Paper-craft, Lee Sing-man (or Uncle Man as he is known), runs workshops dedicated to the art.
Would you go to a pool and spa that uses sludge - sewage from toilets and kitchens - if it means helping the environment?
Hong Kong produces approximately 1,200 tonnes of sludge every day, which is dumped into three designated landfills. But is there another way in which we can deal with the waste?
Teenagers under the age of 18 very rarely get the chance to enter the race track in Happy Valley – but our junior reporters went to visit the Hong Kong Racing Museum.
Japanese designer Tatsuya Tanaka is giving a new meaning to the term ‘tiny’ with his creative exhibition using minuscule models and everyday objects
Magic takes time and a whole lot of effort to get it looking ... well, magical. Louis Yan reveals to our junior reporters his secrets to getting it right.
Old local delicacies have already been consigned to the past by many, but this summer Greater China Club attempts to bring back the taste of old Hong Kong.
Who says young Hongkongers can’t cook? Last weekend’s final round of the Hong Kong Secondary School Cooking Competition 2016, organised by HK Electric, proved this theory wrong.
Our Junior reporters tested their creativity when they were tasked with making lightboxes of forest scenes
The annual Summer Splash just launched at Ocean Park. YP junior reporters had a cartoon-themed lunch and then dived straight in to enjoy the fun.