Political activist reports no mistreatment and urges public to help his pro-democracy political party Demosisto in any way they can.
Not even Typhoon Hato could stop innovative students from shining at the 50th Joint School Science Exhibition
Both local and overseas teams battled it out for honours at the 50th Joint School Science Exhibition (JSSE) which ends today at the Hong Kong Central Library in Causeway Bay.
A discussion thread on a local Facebook page has revealed Hong Kong students are worried about the salaries they’ll be earning after graduating university.
Occupy Central student leaders' sentences not politically motivated, claims Secretary for Justice Rimsky Yuen
Rimsky Yuen Kwok-keung says the sentencing is not political persecution and calls such allegations “groundless”.
It is only the 14th No 10 signal since 1946, the last coming in July 2012, for Typhoon Vicente.
Survey shows brain drain is still a serious problem as 60 per cent of respondents aged between 18 and 34 say they are willing to emigrate.
We're in for stormy weather. Duck!
HKUST Robotics Team defeats all local rivals and will represent Hong Kong at regional Robocon in Tokyo
Their keys to success include a diverse team, open lines of communication, and the ability to improvise.
60 per cent of Hong Kong graduates from mainland universities return home, say finding work in China is hard
Many Hong Kong students can secure better salaries, benefits and opportunities at home.
A total of 76 students who successfully appealed against their HKDSE results have been offered places for bachelor degree programmes.