Elephant Community Press exhibits student journalists' investigations into food production in Hong Kong
"Hong Kong Farm to Table: Stories of Local Food Producers" runs until May 13, plus we look back at the articles from their 2015 exhibition
Gibbs, 19, from Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, was trying to decide between Syracuse University in upstate New York and George Washington University in D.C., where she was visiting that day. They are very different schools, offering two very different experiences.
Many Americans are greeting the first 100 days of the Trump administration with weeping and gnashing of teeth. Not me. I’m Mr. Optimism. I’m walking on the sunny side of the street while the climate is still temperate enough to allow it.
Crystal Fung went from being a HKU graduate, to winning Miss Hong Kong Pageant 2016. But she has, she says, had more than her fair share of mishaps along the way to where she is now.
Mary Magdalene wasn't who everyone seems to think she was
Here is the text of the letter United Airlines’ parent company CEO Oscar Munoz sent to employees after a passenger was dragged from a United plane
Tysen Benz was in his room when he read text messages saying someone he knew had committed suicide.
Wanchai’s Victoria Stadium will be taken to a parallel world this month as Hong Kong Youth Arts Foundation (HKYAF) introduces its brand new musical, Melodia.
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.