Is making Chinese history compulsory in Hong Kong secondary schools renewing push for national education?
Announcement by chief executive Carrie Lam revived fears of a push for controversial national education curriculum.
Documentary A Century of Power shows CLP's role in modernising infrastructure from colonial Hong Kong to the present
Electricity company China Light & Power founded by the Kadoorie family in 1901 played a vital role in the development of the city we call home.
Students from Hong Kong, Taiwan, China, Japan, South Korea, Mongolia, and Germany, are taking part in a four-day hackathon co-organised by Goethe-Institut and the Open Knowledge Foundation Deutschland.
Thousands of netizens have supported a petition to save a shop cat from being sent into quarantine after a woman accused it of scratching her son.
Whether you’re for or against any given motion during a debate, these are some key things all debaters should keep in mind.
HK’s new leader releases progress report of the government’s work so far, but public outlook tells us more.
40 minute speech was much shorter than previous chief executives as Lam briefly explains government initiatives and urges hope and happiness.
Chief Inspector Marina Yin, from the Sau Mau Ping District Police Office, talked to Young Post, assuring readers that triads “can’t hurt you” and that the police want to help.
The City Chamber Orchestra of Hong Kong’s (CCOHK) musical production, Bug Symphony, beat 59 other entires from 17 countries to win the Public Choice Award at the 2017 Young Audiences Music Awards.
As a student in Hong Kong, every dollar counts. Young Post shares the best ways to get around the city cheaply.