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.
With farms being destroyed to make way for buildings, activist Becky Au tells us to think green.
The faculty of science of the University of Hong Kong held The SMArt Weekend earlier this month, inviting students from secondary schools to science projects including making a pinhole camera on their own.
Beginning in early January each year, Mardi Gras is a time for food and carnivals. Probably the most delicious tradition associated with the Christian festival is the King Cake, invented 300 years ago in France.
Looking back to the Umbrella Movement of 2014, Fanny Law is not sure if most of the young participants fully understood the issues.
After taking a ride on the famous cable car, junior reporters took a closer look at the sights and sounds of Ngong Ping, which offers visitors some new and interesting experiences.
Would you feel faint if you need to walk or even run on a fenceless track 238 metres high, especially on a windy day? Young Post JRs Anushka Purohit and Nicholas Ng gave it a a try on the Macao Tower.
Junior reporter Leanne Lam had a private lesson at the MAC store at Elements mall to learn how to make her eyes brighter than New Year's Eve fireworks. Here is what she learned from the pros.
On November 21, Oxfam Hong Kong held a climate change workshop called “A Cloud on the Horizon”. Participants were asked to act as representatives from different countries who took part in COP21.
Who doesn't love ice cream? The cool, creamy treat has been a firm favourite for years. But some places are making it even cooler, and it's all thanks to liquid nitrogen.
Faust International Youth Theatre is bringing the story of Treasure Island to Hong Kong with a theatrical performance, and YP junior reporters Christy Cheung and Cynthia Chiu talked to the cast.