More than 3,500 local students applied to mainland universities last year, accounting for about six per cent of 62,200 HK Diploma of Secondary Education exam candidates.
More than just gers and grass: Hong Kong Scouting Association gives local teens a look at university life in Inner Mongolia
When we think of Inner Mongolia, we often picture lush grasslands that go on forever – and let’s not forget the iconic gers and horses. But in fact, there are also bustling modern cities.
A party drink that has been blamed for killing many people is now being sold on the mainland.
Shanghai Disneyland has a reputation for queues, so Young Post went to see which rides are worth waiting for
The fight’s not over yet though; the cuddly creature is still classified as ‘vulnerable’.
Henry Puyi, China’s last emperor, ascended to the Qing dynasty throne at age three, only to be stripped of his title three years later.
China's gold medal-winning women's volleyball team and their coach Lang Ping inspired Hong Kong students today
China’s women’s volleyball coach Lang Ping asked local secondary school students to uphold the spirit of teamwork, perseverance and daring to win despite adversity.
China will be helping the Syrian government in its battle against insurgents under a deal reached between Beijing and Damascus on Sunday. This is another step forward in Beijing’s engagement in the Middle East.
Beijing launched the world’s first quantum satellite yesterday, which will help it establish “hack-proof” communications between space and the ground.
Canadian swimming commentator Byron MacDonald has apologised for his on-air remarks that a Chinese swimmer “died like a pig” after China lost to Canada.