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Hong Kong police say more young people have been falling prey to phone scams recently, possibly due to their being less exposed to news reports on the issue.
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Rush hour is all too often a gridlock, but the emissions from bumper-to-bumper traffic don't have any trouble getting around. Vehicle exhaust fumes are...
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Students from the Hong Kong International School took the 'Make the headlines' challenge and wrote today's Young Post cover.
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The reclusive Communist dictatorship of North Korea is a puzzle to its neighbours and the rest of the world. Tourism is organised by the government, and tourists are always...
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An award-winning academic from the United States will visit Hong Kong next week and deliver a talk to young people on creativity. Tina Seelig will...
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Developed by extreme American skateboarder Lance Mountain, finger skateboarding first caught the...
The art of silence_L
Silent theatrical performances have been around since the days of classical Greek masked pantomimes and classical Indian musical theatre, while elements can been...
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Renaissance College students explain how traditionalists fear for the future of Chinese culture
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Cantonese opera was recently listed by Unesco as an Intangible Cultural Asset of Humanity. Local opera lovers and performers are delighted, but warn there is...
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Huang Li went to art school at the age of 13 to learn how to be a face-changing Sichuan Opera performer against the wishes of her parents. In their opinion, the prospects were...
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Forget the Monday blues. A study has found that Wednesday is the killjoy of the week. Two applied mathematicians from the University of Vermont, United States, gathered information from...