On January 21, 2015, a busload of students from the mainland and students from the Department of Linguistics and Translation (LT) at City University of Hong Kong spent a week together experiencing the culture of Hong Kong, from its cinemas to the landscape, and from food to village life.
St Joseph’s Anglo-Chinese School's record-breaking long jumper looks to Liverpool's Steven Gerrard for inspiration
Success in the long jump is not as simple as it sounds, and practising the right techniques is essential, but this local athlete has learned how to do it.
British police arrested seven people in armed raids Thursday linked to the deadly “Islamist-related” attacks on Wednesday.
Passengers flying to the US from 10 airports will be allowed only phones in the passenger cabin, officials said.
Ken Tsang drops appeal, accepts five-week sentence for pouring liquid on Hong Kong police during Occupy Central
Activist Ken Tsang Kiu-chiu started serving his five-week jail term yesterday after dropping the appeal against his conviction for assaulting police during an Occupy protest in 2014.
Environment minister explains household waste disposal plan, which could have locals using prepaid bags by 2019.
How one Maryknoll Convent School security guard's random act of kindness helped a HKDSE student complete his exam
This student, whose Facebook post has received close to 10,000 likes, went back to MCS the next day to thank the guard
Rock n’ roll was more than a new kind of music, but a new story to tell, one for kids with transistor radios in their hands and money in their pockets, beginning to raise questions their parents never had the luxury to ask.
Louise Soloway Chan stood in Sai Ying Pun MTR station in the early hours of the morning and witnessed the crowning moment of six years of hard work.
While watching Edoardo Tanas scud over the waves on his board and wrangle his sail with expert technique, it is easy to forget that the young windsurfer is just 14, and has only been surfing for six years.