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.
Does the social media of the future leader count as policy?
Life inside 55 sq ft: sleeping with suitcases, cooking next to the toilet and living on less than HK$300 a week
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
Forget ballet and hip hop: India’s classical forms of dance, from odissi to bharatnatyam, are back in fashion
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.