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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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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.
As I walked into Young Post headquarters in Tai Po, there was only one thought running through my head: how am I supposed to find a coffee pot in an office this big?
Inside a Father’s Day exhibition at New Town Plaza in Sha Tin – “A Son’s First Hero. A Daughter’s First Love” – there is an area named Coffee Journey.
Shrek’s the name when you’re asked about a famous and hilarious ogre of our generation, and joining us in Macau this Summer are the lovable characters from the Animation film that started it all!
Art is notoriously expensive, and Hong Kong isn’t the cheapest city in the world. So when a fair claims to support artists at prices that everyone can afford, Young Post had to check it out.
Communication is vital, but we usually pay little attention to how it works. Junior reporters Charlie Fan and Eunice Yip visited the travelling M+ Rover exhibition, where the way we communicate is explored.
The housing shortage is a hot issue in Hong Kong. With the help of Unita Subbdivisa, a pressure group for housing problems, our junior reporters get a glimpse into the lives of subdivided apartments residents.
Classic can also be unconventional. The much-loved ballet Swan Lake has been re-imagined on the ice rink, becoming Swan Lake on Ice.
Former Liverpool and England winger John Barnes has some valuable advice for aspiring football players: “Be true to yourself and love what you do.”
The Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation launched a programme called City Challenge to attract new ideas to turn Hong Kong into a smart city.