Arabella Ng studies in the US but will be representing the 852 in two events
A 2016 government census has revealed that more than 200,000 Hongkongers live in subdivided flats – and 50,000 of them are student-aged.
Discarded fishing nets threaten Hong Kong’s marine life: here’s what volunteer group Ghost Net Hunter is doing about it
Fishing nets are lost or get thrown into the ocean deliberately, and these volunteers use their own money and time to retrieve them.
Schools that choose to apply for the new Education Bureaus scheme will receive extra subsidies to cover costs.
A teenager cheated death on Tuesday when he plunged from the 19th floor of a building, where he had been jumping around on the edge of the roof.
Fellow activist Raphael Wong jailed four months and 15 days; student leader Lester Shum and 13 others given suspended sentences.
Giulio Vinaccia: the Italian designer on a mission to create a better future and has some advice for young talent
Since 1994, Giulio Vinaccia has been harnessing his talent to creating a better future for people, while offering advice to young, aspiring designers.
Eight local secondary school students were awarded on Sunday for their efforts as part of the Unicef HK Make A Video Contest.
Doctors say the girl’s case was bad when she was admitted to hospital on January 6. She had a fever, cough, runny nose, and sore throat.
Operation Santa Claus Fun4Funds Challenge awards St Clare’s Girls’ School and Shung Tak Catholic English College for their efforts
St Clare’s Girls’ School raised the most money this year in the Fun4Funds (F4F) Competition for Operation Santa Claus, with Shung Tak Catholic English College grabbing the Best Santa Champion award.