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No one expected topics from last year's exam to be covered again, and some cross-module questions may also have stumped candidates.
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A visual memory of a rural life long past _L
Choi Yuen Tsuen, a farming village in Shek Kong, came to prominence after its residents refused to leave and make way for the Hong Kong to Guangzhou express rail link...
Wushu athlete Steven Chan Chung-tin has set his sights on becoming a full-blown kung fu action star.
Jackie Chan, Jet Li, Donnie Yen. You may wonder who could be next in line as kung fu superstar...
Volunteer_top10_L
Sign up for some volunteering job this summer!
summer movie_L
The only thing as hot as the scorching summer sun are the blockbuster films out at this time of year. So here's the Sunday Young Post guide to these box office contenders...
We love China because_L
Almost everyone said they loved the food, shopping for bargains or the sense of history, but others had more unusual answers...
restoring their looks_L
Most people associate plastic surgery with glamour. They see it as trickery designed to hide one's flaws while enhancing one's looks. But that's hardly the whole story...
(From left) Au Sin-ying, Chan Kwong-kit, Samuel Li and Anthony Wong.
Universiade is just around the corner. The multi-sports event for university students, which is held every two years, is scheduled for Shenzhen in August...
Cassandra Lee Yieng with her teacher Ip Choi-wan.
Cassandra Lee Yieng has always been an overachiever. In school, she has won numerous academic awards in various subjects. She is also a regular contributor to Young Post's star letters...
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...