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Following the initiation of Deng Xiaoping's economic reforms in 1978, millions of people have been lifted out of poverty in China. In this sense, aren't the Chinese authorities worthy of the Nobel peace prize? This is the question that Dambisa Moyo asked us during a special lecture in Paris.
Taiwanese pop group Lollipop@F has been scoring all sorts of gigs over the last couple of years, doing everything from acting to MCing.
Our generation is becoming increasingly disillusioned with the issue of climate change. The topic is going nowhere, and the stalemate situation is undermining our passion to really get involved.
Now in its third year, the Syrian civil war has left five million children as refugees. Three million of them are out of school. Here in Hong Kong, a group of Unicef Young Envoys strives to help these Syrian boys and girls and minimise the disruption the war has brought to their lives.
Legislator “Long Hair” Leung Kwok-hung and 13 other pan-democratic lawmakers proposed a universal pension scheme and are holding a record marathon filibuster to extend parliamentary debate until next month.
London Grammar has been winning acclaim since they released their debut song Hey Now on YouTube in late 2012. Their popularity exploded a few months later with the release of their first EP, Metal & Dust, which made the top five on Australia's iTunes chart
On the National Geographic Student Expedition to Iceland, students bathe in volcanic craters and geothermal pools, explore waterfalls, ride ponies, watch geysers explode and swim at a beach cluttered with icebergs.
If you've checked out Russian Red's latest album Agent Cooper, you're probably asking yourself one question: who are Michael P, Casper, and Alex T? Chris Lau talks to sultry singer Russian Red about living in Los Angeles, and just who the men in her new album are