Hong Kong

The See You Again singer has added the city to the Asian leg of his tour, and we can't wait to hear what he can do live.
For the past 60 years, the thrill of trekking off the beaten path has driven British mountaineering legend Chris Bonington to new heights - literally.
Wong Suet-ying, Ivy Fong Chun-sin, Lee Tsz-ting and Stephanie Ching Tsz-yung hope to encourage other girls to get down and dirty.
Thanks to the annual Rugby Sevens, the sport has become very popular in Hong Kong in recent years. But the development of junior girls' rugby in the city is still at an early stage.
Tse Yan-lamb's 'Pond and Pine' wash-basin was her final-year project. It can tell you how much water you are using.
How much water do you use at home? One designer's work can tell you - without looking at your water bill.
Andrew Yuen of The Media Evangelism Ltd says he is convinced that what they found on Mount Ararat was the biblical Noah's ark.
Depending on whom you ask, it's either the most amazing find in history - or a massive practical joke.
Unicef's young envoys in Yunnan presenting a gift to Wu Shenghua, who has cancer
Yunnan 's health services are a world apart from Hong Kong's, students learned after visiting hospitals in the province's poor countryside.
Chef Jamie Oliver warns that processed foods are causing widespread health problems
The food you eat could be killing you. British chef and food advocate Jamie Oliver visited this summer's One Young World summit held in Zurich, in Switzerland, to carry this message...
Ghoulish goings-on will chill - and thrill - as Hong Kong's two main theme parks, Hong Kong Disneyland and Ocean Park, stage their annual Halloween shows, while wax museum Madame Tussaud's Hong Kong adds a spooky section to its displays.
There are still about three weeks to go until Halloween. So there is plenty of time to get into the Halloween spirit and visit those scare-tastic attractions that pop up each year.
Dave Salmoni with Robbie the tiger
You'll have heard it often enough: "It's more afraid of you than you are of it." They mean a wild animal.
Martial arts sportsman Law Cho-sing
The lean physique of 16-year-old martial artist Law Cho-sing is in marked contrast with how he looked two years ago.
Mak Yiu-kwong, principal of CMA Secondary School
Fate played a crucial part in deciding Mak Yiu-kwong's career. The principal of CMA Secondary School, in Shek Kip Mei, might have ended up being a salesman...