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A round-up of people around the world who were born in the year of the Hong Kong handover; some you may have heard of, others you may not have but should know about.
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Liang Luhai is the son of a Chinese democracy activist. His father went into exile in 1988; he was born in China and raised in England. But today, he and his father find themselves back in the motherland.
Old-fashioned with a vintage vibe, this kind of handwriting is difficult to master – but we can see calligraphy today, written by the hands of many teenagers, in different styles.
During the creepy clown scare of October 2016, when rumours and social media posts about threatening clowns shook schools across the US, students in Danina Garcia-Fuller’s eighth-grade language-arts class mostly shrugged in disbelief.
Feel like you’re always getting a bad deal? Learning to negotiate will help you reach happy agreements with teachers, parents, friends, and future employers.
First-time director Crosby Yip-hei talks about getting your name out there and creating opportunities - even if your family doesn't think your dream is worth pursuing.
A flurry of long hair. A man in a puffy jacket, jeans, and trainers. He strolled up to our little band of activists, seized the mic, and addressed us, the students, directly.
The end of secondary school might still be a few years away for you, or the end might already be in sight – but either way, “What are you going to do next?”
My parents got divorced when I was young. My younger brother and I were brought up by our grandparents, uncle and aunt, and we lived with our two cousins.
Alexandru Radita’s first medical crisis began when he was on the verge of turning 3. A little more than a decade later, Alex died bedridden and emaciated.
In Egypt’s conservative southern province of Minya, young girls in black leotards and white tights wobble on their tip toes to classical music in a room painted with colourful motifs.