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Remember the joy you felt blowing soap bubbles when you were young? This Sunday from 4-5pm, you can relive your fondest childhood memories by joining the Global Bubble Parade Hong Kong, which will be making its way from Edinburgh Place to Tamar Park.
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While you're planning how to spend or stash your New Year's cash, you might want to think of creative ways to pass it along to your friends. There's nothing...
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When Carrie Tse Kae-wing was four years old, her family moved from Hong Kong to Toronto, Canada. Sixteen years later, she and took a summer job at Hong Kong Baptist University. She...
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UChannel, run by the Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups, is an online radio station that provides information and entertainment for young people. The website...
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The Lunar New Year market opens in less than two weeks. Those who want to see what it is like to run a business are getting ready to...
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The city is increasingly dominated by giant glittering malls, but a handful of small shops in Yau Ma Tei that have sold the same...
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Some teenagers may think inadequate sleep is not a problem, but a recent study should serve as a wake-up call to change their lifestyle. US researchers have found that...
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For some people, the 2004 South Asian tsunami may be a distant memory. But it's very much in the minds of students and teachers from Renaissance College who are...
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Corals are probably best known for forming the beautiful Great Barrier Reef in Australia. But in Asia, the marine organisms are admired for a very different reason...
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Fu Hin-ngai, a Year 12 student at Sha Tin College, spends, on average, three hours a day listening to music, particularly when he's getting around town. Hin-ngai is not alone...
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Tracy Pang Oi-heung has spent most of her life in the windmill business - traditional Lunar New Year good luck charms - and is still selling them today...