Kids growing up behind the millennials finally have an identify - and they're using it to call for protection from guns.
Return of the dragon_L
Back in the 1970s and 80s, many Chinese kids wanted to be just like Bruce Lee. The martial arts movie star had put kung fu on the world map - and he looked mighty cool doing it...
Halfway around the world_L
Everybody can make a difference if they want - this is what Jodi Sagorin, a 19-year-old from California, US, strongly believes in...
The Tiny Toones dancers who went to Singapore this year
When Romi Grossberg heard about a job at Tiny Toones - a non-profit organisation - she felt she had to apply...
For many young Indians passing the entrance exam of a top technological institute is a once-in-a-lifetime chance
Boot camp-like study offers low-caste students the prospect of a social boost through entrance into a top college
We've got your number_L
I love learning more about myself and others. What makes me tick? And why does something bother me, but not worry my best friend? What makes us so different? Numerology, also known as the ancient scie
Josh Lam (left) and Stanley Tang
Stanley Tang is a first-year student at Stanford University in California. Josh Lam has just begun studying architecture at the University of Hong Kong. Yet it's on Twitter that these two academic hig
Desert champions_L
The Hong Kong-based What Took You So Long Foundation (WTYSL) was co-founded two years ago by Swedish producer Sebastian Lindstrom, 26, and American director Alicia Sully, 27, soon joined by other pass
Unicef's Young Envoys from Hong Kong meet women paralegals and learn about the problems women face in Nepal.
In Hong Kong, women enjoy a high degree of independence and equality. When things go wrong at home, the law is there to protect them. But this is not the case in Nepal...
Remi Carrier, executive director of MSF Hong Kong, says people can experience what it's like to be working on a mission with the 'Living in Conflict' exhibition.
Medicins Sans Frontieres (MSF) earns respect and recognition around the world for travelling to the most dangerous and remote places on earth to save lives...
Adrian Fung (left) and Carol Wong are organising an inter-university campaign to encourage students to help children living in poverty.
Imagine having to travel for three hours to get to the nearest hospital whenever you were ill...