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Now better known for its shops and eateries, Tsuen Wan was an industrial hub in the 1960s. You can still see parts of the district's history - if you know where to look.
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Seeing the city from a height provides a great alternative perspective of Hong Kong’s urban landscape, and makes for great photography. But sometimes finding the perfect spot can be tricky.
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Young Post joined a group of teens as they spend six days trekking sand dunes, navigating their way through caves and studying ancient art in Dunhuang.
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There always seems to be construction underway in Hong Kong, with many parts of the city still a work-in-progress. A new exhibition in Central’s City Gallery, however, really can give us a window into the future of Hong Kong.
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Though the famed artist got his start by spraying the streets of LA, he tells Young Post that gallery work is a “necessary evil” to preserve one’s legacy.
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He says the activity has to be seen as a traditional sport
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Study by Economist Intelligence Unit says Hong Kong's education policy doesn't prepare students for the economy of the future and locals may lose out on jobs as a result.
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Here's what goes on in the land of the living during the month of the dead.
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Young Post talks to two teenage techies about juggling school and social life and still finding time to win gold in the MOS World Champions competition.
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Education sector lawmaker Ip Kin-yuen defends Hong Kong students after criticism by HKU’s Arthur Li.
Researcher will test if rising sulphate levels causes build-up of electric energy in the atmosphere.
After a summer of significant trades and free agent pickups, these four teams have the most interesting storylines to keep track of this year.

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