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Centre for Health Protection says the flu is viral, not bacterial, and can’t be treated with that type of medicine.
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The making of a genius_L
Albert Einstein died 56 years ago today. The city will remember the great scientist with a series of events called 'Einstein in Hong Kong'...
Volunteering to be interns_L
After months of discussion the Statutory Minimum Wage (SMW) was finally set at HK$28 an hour. It will be implemented next month, but details on how to apply the law to students are still uncertain...
The farm, where volunteers come from all walks of life, teaches children methods of organic farming.
At the Organic Farm of the Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups volunteers practise what they preach...
Origami cranes folded by students at seven schools for Young Post's 'From HK to Japan with love campaign' convey a message of love.
Seven schools participated in Young Post's "From Hong Kong to Japan with Love" campaign for Save The Children (STC)...
the art of the brew_L
Milk tea, or kam cha, is a signature beverage here. It is served in all Hong Kong tea houses (cha chaan teng). It's a strong brew served with evaporated milk...
why wild tai po rocks_L
From where it has been standing for the past 280 million years, the Colourful Mudstone in Tai Po has been a witness to plenty of history...
read all about it_L
Confucius said: "You cannot open a book without learning something." I tend to agree with the great sage. But he missed one important part of the experience: reading is FUNdamental to learning...
Kids4Kids student advocates (from left) Denise Wong, Denise Chan, and Kelvin Ha.
Many children in Hong Kong don't think much of books. They can get all kinds of books anytime they want. But it's not the case for all students in Hong Kong...
Students of Zheng Sheng have a class out in the open at a protest camp where they demanded better treatment.
Atteeq Shaheen Abdul awoke bleary-eyed this morning. He joined his classmates at the public toilet near Statue Square to wash his face and get ready for school...
Moon jumping_L
We all expected awful geological disasters on March 19: the moon was passing closer to Earth than it had in a long time...