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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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The American School student tells Young Post about the tough road to becoming a published author, and how working with Lego reminds him of our fragile environment
It’s time to put last year’s monkey business behind you, as we dig into what we can expect from the Year of the Rooster.
Forget Honda’s ASIMO or Boston Dynamics’ Atlas – the newest ‘bot on the block is Method-2, a giant robot built in South Korea.
Donald Trump may not be a big reader, but he’s been a boon for sales of dystopian literature.
US President Donald Trump said he'd asked people at the highest level of intelligence about waterboarding, and has concluded that: “‘Does torture work?’ Absolutely.”
Sasha Varlamov, co-moderator of the MinorMynas Fireside Chat for Kids event on January 14 in event space Metta, Central, is a successful entrepreneur in his own right.
Hillary Yip is CEO of online educational platform MinorMynas, a business that helps children to learn new languages.
We all have dreams and I am no exception. My dream is to become a singer, and express my feelings and influence others through music.
While most fresh university graduates are trying to start their careers, Elliot Ho Yat-leung is already a seasoned composer, who creates epic scores for the big screen.
Here are some fun inauguration facts to amuse and amaze you. Credit goes to Paul F. Boller Jr. and his book Presidential Inaugurations.