Described as the world’s most persecuted people,tens of thousands of Rohingya are fleeing the country
Britain’s Malvern College to open a school in Hong Kong next year and will 'educate the whole person' not just a student
The boarding school will be able to boast of four overseas campuses next year, adding the 852 to a list that includes Chengdu on the mainland, and Cairo in Egypt.
Hong Kong teens explore Mogao Caves in the city of Dunhuang, which hides oasis of culture and natural wonders in Gobi Desert
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.
Game of Thrones' Bran Stark actor, Isaac Hempstead-Wright, talks acting styles, Jaime Lannister, and all those memes
Fans may be surprised to know that even the actors don't get next season's scripts, knowing everything doesn't mean you have to boring, and who Isaac thinks is the ideal candidate for the Iron Throne.
From Monopoly Deal to Settlers of Catan: the best board games to play with friends and family when you’re stuck indoors
Stuck at home during a typhoon and waiting for the T8 signal to be lowered? Instead of hunching over a screen, bust out one of these games to play with your family and friends.
Serious fans need to read the source material for the best understanding of all the relationships
Our down-to-earth CEO tells Young Post why in the digital information age, it’s more important than ever to be curious, seek out the truth, and listen before you speak.
The hashtag turned 10 this week! From #BlackLivesMatter to #BringBackOurGirls, here are some of the biggest hashtags to date
Can you believe we’ve been using the # sign before keywords online for a decade? Whatever did we do before we tagged our posts with the humble hashtag?
The road to hate: For six young men of the alt-right, Charlottesville is only the beginning