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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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Junior Reporter Veronica Lin talks to the editor and a contributor of the school's 14th edition.
Taiwan is a well-known foodie heaven, but if you don’t have time for a trip across the Strait, Plaza Hollywood is a good alternative.
Speaking about the plight of foreign immigrants fulfilled a five-year long dream on Snehaa Senthamilselvan Easwari's bucket list.
Art Central itself is not a new event in Hong Kong but there are always new things to see, so Young Post JRs went to check out this year's offerings.
Junior reporters Anushka Purohit, Sebastian Wong and Yam Wai-Shan went to Ngong Ping and Tai O to explore the heritage and traditions and try the local food.
YP junior reporters learned a few lessons during a meeting with Marijn Coertjens, the chocolatier at The Peninsula Hong Kong
A lesson in Islam at the local mosque teaches YP junior reporters a lot more than just about the religion, it also revealed much about the culture.
Live reporting isn’t just about posting a few things on Facebook or Instagram. Our junior reporters learned what it means to report from where the action is.
Instead of telling them to grow up and act their age, we sent our junior reporters to MAX!, a fun-filled event for kids, held by Marriott International!