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Junior reporters learn to spot the differences between sea lions and seals, and find out more about creatures from ecosystems all across the globe.
Fancy food, Madagascar characters and a special show … here's what Young Post's junior reporters thought of the Madagascar Summer Feast with the DreamWorks gang
2015 was a difficult year for me. I was looking forward to a relaxing summer holiday...and then I remembered I signed up for the Young Post cadet programme.
The first-ever Star Wars fan parade here was held at Hong Kong Disneyland on July 27, and YP junior reporter Sophie Mak was invited to check it out.
The cadet programme at Young Post showed me how difficult, yet fulfilling, being a journalist can be.
Ice Age Live! Hong Kong A Mammoth Adventure is a musical on ice based on the Ice Age series, and it was shown in Hong Kong from July 23 to 16 at AsiaWorld-Expo.
From left: Jennifer Chan, YP junior reporters Belinda Ng and Nike Lai Kei, and Winnie Lo.
Young Post junior reporters and Posties' little journalists went to check out Hong Kong Airlines, from how the food is made to a tour of one of its aircraft. This is what they thought...
Cadets of a feather: YP cadets Pallas Yiu (left) and Dennis Lui play a game of Mom's Weapon as Brandon and Helen cheer them on.
1949 was an important year. It marked the establishment of something grand, something red: the Lai Chi Kok Amusement Park. Our YP cadets tell us about the day they spent at the park.
Students who got their results apply to the Central Admission Scheme.
YP cadets Henry Lui, Joshua Lee and Julia Cheung were tasked with covering the DSE results, the most important day for local secondary school students and for Young Post. This is what they thought ...
Young Post junior reporters at the Yoga Bam Bam studio in Sheung Wan
If you like yoga and art, then you'll love Yogart - a new type of exercise that lets you do acroyoga surrounded by artworks.
YP cadet Leona Chen learned that readers come first.
Taking part in Young Post's two-week cadet programme is the closest thing to being a reporter while still in secondary school.