Since before he was two years old, Thomas Nick Xie Man-to’s mother has worked tirelessly to help him overcome his autism and find success in life.
For those who work in the gemstone industry in the valley of Mogok, north of Mandalay in Burma, life is not as shiny as the rubies and sapphires they find.
A filmmaker discovers that his friend receives little attention from his parents, and he realises we should never take things for granted.
In early 1939, peace activist Clare Hollingworth arrived on the Polish-German border to aid Jews and other refugees fleeing from the Sudetenland, newly annexed by Nazi Germany.
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We can safely say 2016 was quite the ride in terms of pop culture. Here is a list of great things in the world of pop culture that brought smiles to our faces.
Hunting Donald Trump - David Fahrenthold reveals how he exposed the president elect's lies about giving to charity - and much more
“Arnold and Tim, if you’d come up, we’re going to give you a nice, beautiful check,” Donald Trump said.
Game of Thrones' Bafta-winning casting director on casting Star Wars: The Force Awakens and what her job is like
You may not know who Nina Gold is, but she is the woman who’s probably why you know names like Benedict Cumberbatch, Eddie Redmayne, Sophie Turner, and Daisy Ridley.
Building your own robot isn’t easy, but it is possible, as students from C.C.C.Kei Shun Special School learned
Eight of its students took part in “Just-tifying Touch: Flying with Art Inclusion Programme” last month, organised by the Hong Kong Society for Education in Art, to create movable robots.
Santa secrets: the stress of unhappy elves, reindeers with fear of heights, and Mrs Claus saying, "no more cookies!"
He is busy making and delivering presents to children all around the world, but Santa Claus tells us that his big red sack comes filled with its share of heavy burdens.