Grim details of abuse were read out in court this week after a five year old girl, Chan Sui-lam, died on Saturday.
HK temperatures drop to as low as six degrees as students try to stay warm with scarves and “warm eggs”
The cold weather means they must prepare for upcoming exams in icy classrooms and conservative rules.
Blind volunteer says annual service trip to rural China teaches her “being blind doesn’t mean your other talents can’t be expressed”
Volunteers like Lam Xiu-fen show that all you need is a kind and generous heart when it comes to doing good.
Schools are the first line of defence against child abuse says NGOs, after the death of a five-year-old girl in Tuen Mun
The girl, pronounced dead on arrival at Tuen Mun Hospital, had reportedly not been seen in school since August.
For a long while, people in Hong Kong who suffered from Mucopolysaccharidoses Type 6 (MPS) weren’t able to afford the drugs used to combat the rare disease.
As students across Hong Kong sit their DSE mock papers after the winter holidays, Young Post readers weigh up the benefits of these exams.
McDonald’s raises Hong Kong prices by 2 per cent, as expert warns more increases from chain may follow this year
Hong Kong’s teenagers are skeptical about the price increase at McDonald’s.
Now might be the time to dig out your sweaters and hats, for two days.
Though her culture disapproves of girls dancing in public, one student in Hong Kong loves it so much, she is willing to pretend to be a boy to do it onstage.
There is a lack of collaboration when it comes to solving youth issues, says chief of Commission on Youth
Few government departments, that are working on youth policies, are willing to work together says Lau Ming-wai.