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Go to any herbal tea shop in HK and you are guaranteed to find Twenty Four-Flavour Tea — the perfect solution to your volcano-like pimples or your rasping sore throat. However, how many of the 24 herbs can you actually name?
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2014 World Cup champions Germany choosing to rest key players tips the scales for Portugal.
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A poll has revealed nearly 10 per cent of local teenagers qualify as being addicted to gaming. This includes doing things like playing video games on computers, mobile phones and consoles.
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Tycoon Li Ka-shing’s charity will give HK$5,000 cash to students in remote districts sitting the Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education (HKDSE) examination in 2018.
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As dog stories go, this one about a scruffy little stray named Gobi has legs for miles.
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Top student’s speech had been cut short by principal when it differed from an approved copy.
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Tiffany Chan Tsz-ching remains focused on her goal of reaching the top-level LPGA Tour, but the Hong Kong professional is “taking it one shot at a time” despite last week’s stunning Symetra Tour debut following a “perfect round”.
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16-year-old rising star Sun surges past her elders while world No. 1 Ma confirms dominance on men's side.
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Ten outstanding young Hong Kong footballers have earned a trip to the world-renowned Manchester United training grounds in Britain in August.
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Chief executive-elect Carrie Lam has vowed to pay close attention to independence advocates in the city and will counter it with strict law enforcement, as well as stepping up national education to nurture a sense of Chinese among youth from as early as kindergarten.
Hong Kong’s incoming leader Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor unveiled a new cabinet that mostly comprises of incumbents and promotes from within the current administration, the official announcement confirms.
News of the second death tied to famed treasure hunt renewed calls for search to be shut down.

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