Hong Kong students are less prepared for the future than their counterparts from Singapore, Japan, and South Korea
Study by Economist Intelligence Unit says Hong Kong's education policy doesn't prepare students for the economy of the future and locals may lose out on jobs as a result.
Behind the scenes at the Hungry Ghost Festival: how the living dedicate a month to honouring the dead
Here's what goes on in the land of the living during the month of the dead.
Winners from the Microsoft Office Specialist World Champions contest on finding focus and friends at the competition
Young Post talks to two teenage techies about juggling school and social life and still finding time to win gold in the MOS World Champions competition.
HKU's Arthur Li slams local students for having "mentality of losers" and not being able to compete with mainland students
Education sector lawmaker Ip Kin-yuen defends Hong Kong students after criticism by HKU’s Arthur Li.
The drill – the second in three weeks - was not related to the pop singer’s upcoming performance, police say.
Senior CID, a social enterprise that enriches retired citizens‘ lives by offering them pet sitting jobs, has proven to be a big success.
Buried Alive Attraction has been closed pending an investigation by the Electrical and Mechanical Services Department
If you turned 18 after July 25, or you have not already registered to become an elector, you will not be able to vote in next year’s by-election.
“We met MTR executives three to four times last year, and had no idea they would release the exact same function,” said Pokeguide.
China Mobile cut its monthly package fee by 25 per cent on Tuesday.