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Evocative pictures painted with strong colours characterise 18-year-old Cheng Hon-shan’s collection of paintings.
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Slam performance poet Harry Baker can find both humour and emotion in the unlikeliest of subjects; even Ed Sheeran has called him “a champion”.
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Home economics might not be Hong Kong’s most popular subject, but it has helped five girls from Shau Kei Wan East Government Secondary School learn the skills needed to win The Mills Summer Programme grand prize.
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The number of child abuse cases in Hong Kong is increasing from year to year, says children’s rights group Against Child Abuse’s Director Donna Wong.
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The country has agreed that the Muslim refugees can return from Bangladesh.
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The navy will continue its search for the vessel until they are sure of its fate.
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Skype has apparently joined the lengthening list of internet tools on China’s blacklist, disappearing from download stores with Apple saying Wednesday it was ordered by the government to remove certain apps.
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Latest results from Pisa included collaborative problem-solving as a category for the first time.
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Advice could prove crucial as Diocesan Boys’ School take on La Salle College in the Interschool Tennis Final and aim for 19th straight title.
Scheme will allow students who have completed Form Three to apply to the Technological and Higher Education Institute for vocational programmes.
A body was found in Victoria Harbour near Wan Hoi Street in Whampoa yesterday.
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According to Hong Kong’s star triathlete Oscar Coggins, you needn’t sacrifice your grades to become a great athlete.
From nominations, interviews, and even a one-day leadership camp; here’s what to expect from the prestigious event this year.
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