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Young Post talks to two teenage techies about juggling school and social life and still finding time to win gold in the MOS World Champions competition.
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News hound in pursuit_L
'Illegally trespassing borders'. These were the words that 16-year-old Wong Tin-yau saw before he was freed from a Shenzhen police station last December...
Pseudo-models Rainbow Woo (left) and  Tsang Po-ling say they will dress appropriately to go to the book fair.
One of the biggest controversies of this year's book fair is the ban on letting pseudo-models sign their photo books...
A feast for book lovers_L
E-books have found a special spot in this year's book fair...
Go back in time_L
Wan Chai - one of the oldest developed areas in Hong Kong - provides a wealth of heritage gems...
An extra dimension_L
This year saw 3D technology flooding mainstream media, but at this point, it is too early to ponder the potential longevity of 3D...
Pok Oi students (from left) Kwong Sui-ying, Yu Mai-ying, Mau Kai-yin and Im Kit-wing who were part of the team that won the first prize in the 2010 Odyssey of the Mind World Finals in Michigan.
Yumi Yu Mai-ying and her schoolmates were hit by a mysterious virus, but they still won the first prize in a creative competition in the United States.
Mentor Dennis Wong of City University (right) has helped  the hosts of Voices for Youth with research.  The young hosts include (from left) Joanne Lai, Heidi Woo and Alison Lam.
Best described as 'by teens, for teens', Voices of Youth will be launched by Unicef Hong Kong in September. Sixteen young pioneers have been selected to host the programme...
Sophie Tang and Robert Swan in Antarctica.
When Sophie Tang Xiazhen was listening to a talk by British explorer Robert Swan at the University of Hong Kong last year, she knew she would be going to Antarctica...
Yung Hiu-wai's healthy salad, fish and spaghetti won her top prize.
Hong Kong children are often labelled as over-dependent and unable to perform basic tasks such as putting on their clothes or tying their shoelaces, let alone preparing their own food...
Catch of the season_L
The Discovery Channel's Deadliest Catch brings the real-life perils of Alaska crab fishing right into your living room...