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Am I old enough to date? How do I talk to my partner about my needs? Are my private parts the normal size?
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Operation Santa Claus 2016 (OSC), an annual charity campaign co-organised by the South China Morning Post and Radio Television Hong Kong, was generously supported by various schools.
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Performer Alan Tam Wing-lun talks about the pain, joy, and occasional embarrassment of a life spent training to be a Cantonese opera star.
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Since before he was two years old, Thomas Nick Xie Man-to’s mother has worked tirelessly to help him overcome his autism and find success in life.
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The champ is looking forward to being back in the limelight as she takes on Taiwan’s Jenny Huang in Bangkok in March.
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The hunt for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 ended in futility and frustration Tuesday, as crews completed their deep-sea search of a desolate stretch of the Indian Ocean.
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In his introduction, Leung summarised what he has done in various policy areas including land supply, environmental protection and welfare.
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Zhou Youguang, a onetime Wall Street banker from China who developed Pinyin, died January 14 in Beijing
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At the moment, there are four front-runners for the role of our city's next Chief Executive, three of whom have officially announced they are running. Here are some things you might want to know about them.
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Local windsurfer Cheng Ho-yin came home with a bronze medal in the RS:One Men’s division at the 2017 RS:One Asian Championships in Singapore on Sunday.
Forbes magazine is famous for its “30 under 30” annual list, which celebrates the achievements of entrepreneurs who are younger than 30. Looks like they should add an “18 under 18”.
The owners of Ringling Bros and Barnum & Bailey Circus announced Saturday that they will close the 146-year-old show in May.
The population of Hong Kong’s black kites, commonly known as “eagles”, which move south to the city every winter, is expected to drop by 15 to 20 per cent.
An appeal court has rejected a bid by two Hong Kong pro-independence activists to restore their Legislative Council seats after being disqualified during the oath-taking saga.

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