Investigations have revealed significant discrepancies between a Hong Kong democrat’s account of his alleged abduction and his actual activities on the day.
Here's how Junior Police Call is using Hong Kong's longest zipline, laser tag, and 3D printing to promote social responsibility
A new Junior Police Call training camp wants to appeal to young people with features such a zipline and laser range.
The five-day event teaches students how to create and grow their own start-ups. We spoke to participants about what they learned from the experience.
Environmental groups are calling for eco-friendly alternatives to plastic umbrella covers.
Nine of this year’s outstanding International Baccalaureate students shared their thoughts and advice on the exam.
Hongkongers who were touring Jiuzhaigou when the magnitude 7 quake struck on Tuesday have all been accounted for.
Howard Lam Tsz-kin was allegedly taken yesterday in Mong Kok by suspected mainland law enforcement agents and beaten.
The Retro.HK Gaming Expo 2017 is open from August 10-13 at Polytechnic University, and Young Post shows you the 7 things you must try out when you're there.
Hong Kong prosecutors want to overturn a court ruling against three Occupy activists who stormed government headquarters and triggered a 79-day protest in 2014, the Court of Appeal heard on Wednesday.
Detective Constable Kwan Ka-ho was released on bail Wednesday after paying HK$100,000 bail and being ordered not to leave Hong Kong.