You’re scrolling through your Facebook feed – only to find that your friends have gone out without you. You feel betrayed. Upset. Insecure. A little angry. Why didn’t they invite you? Don’t they like you? Aren’t you cool enough?
In Form Three, a friend introduced me to war games. As soon as the whistle was blown, both teams rushed to the middle of the field and an intense shoot-out began.
A YP cadet spends the day with a young girl whose home costs nearly all her mum’s income, and who dreams of one day living in a home with room for a dog.
Papers shed light on how Austin Harrouff went from quirky to face-biting killer.
The West Scranton High School student fired up Facebook Live from the highway. Moments later, everyone in her car was dead
Students curve their hands in the air before breaking into perfectly in-step footwork at a class in New Delhi, India, where more and more people are signing up for Indian traditional dance classes.
I used to live with my parents in a tong lau, or tenement building, in Tsz Wan Shan. But two years ago, we moved to a public housing flat in Kwun Tong, where my secondary school is located.
Virtual Reality (VR) might have initially been created for the gaming industry, but the technology presents a new era in education.
Seventy-five years ago, a handful of idealistic “Free French” took up arms to defend the British colony of Hong Kong in a futile battle against Japanese invaders.
High up on a hillside near Jardine’s Lookout, shaded beneath dense green foliage, are the pockmarked remnants of second world war pillboxes, a reminder of the city’s failed attempt to fend off a Japanese invasion.