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Though the famed artist got his start by spraying the streets of LA, he tells Young Post that gallery work is a “necessary evil” to preserve one’s legacy.
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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...
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University student Frank Wang Tao spends most of his leisure time with model helicopters, and one of his hi-tech creations this summer pulled off the world's first...
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In recent years professional athletes have taken to wearing necklaces that contain titanium to help relieve fatigue and muscle pain. Phiten, the company that developed the product, claims...
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Sara Yin scores China's 60-year performance in this Young Post report card ahead of PRC's anniversary tomorrow.
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Parents might worry puppy love will get in the way of their children's studies - or worse - and forbid them from spending free time with the opposite sex. But...
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Saturday is Mid-Autumn Festival, and the Young Post team has been on a mooncake taste-testing binge in pursuit of the perfect festive treat. Here are...
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Most of us might remember trying to connect the dotted lines in a cursive handwriting copybook back in Primary Three. But education experts say...
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Wu Wing-kui has been working as a tattoo artist for 15 years. Tastes, he says, have changed immensely over that time - and in a way that allow him to be more...