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This meagre food budget may sound near-impossible, but for thousands of people living below the poverty line in Hong Kong, it’s a daily reality
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Leung Lok-sze (left) and Kelvin Lam have been motivated by Li Na's French Open singles success.
The success of American-born Chinese player Michael Chang - who won the French Open men's singles title at the age of 17 in 1989 - inspired many Chinese children to start playing tennis...
Splashing good fun_L
The frequent downpours are keeping the fierce summer heat at bay for the moment. But the scorching sun will soon return, making every day an ordeal...
father's day_L
The third Sunday in June- yes, today!- marks Father's Day. The Young Post cadets celebrate by naming top father-child pairs. Happy Father's Day to all our readers' dads!
Tony Burrows (left) shows three Young Post junior reporters around.
Last Wednesday we were among three lucky secondary school students invited by Young Post to attend the assembly of the show car for tomorrow's Red Bull Dragon Run 2011...
always on the ball_L
So Chun-yin needs no advice from teen self-help book Chicken Soup for the Teenage Soul on the pitch. The young footballer definitely does not lack confidence in front of goal...
Scholarship applicants show smiles of relief on their faces as judges give a thumbs up to their appetising handiwork.
Dabbing off the last bit of stray sauce from the plate, the last 10 chefs step back and wipe the sweat off their foreheads, waiting for their dishes to be collected and judged...
Edwin Cho Chi-kong displays a few of his model paper planes, some of which are as small as a 10-cent coin.
All schoolchildren learn to make paper planes when they are young, but one man has taken his hobby to a whole new height...
Jaime Alguersuari prepares for a very different track.
Sports cars are a dime a dozen in Hong Kong: stroll through any car park and you'll agree. Sports cars can be an obsession - but there's no real shame in being infatuated with these head-turners...
This massive banyan grew in the roof of an ancient study hall in Shui Mei Village, Kam Tin.
For 400 years, the seven-storey-tall camphor laurel tree in She Shan Tsuen, Tai Po, has provided villagers with shade and beauty...
Richard Ivey School of Business's Hong Kong campus is offering 10 business savvy Young Post junior reporters a place in their two-week-long business fundamentals program...