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Actors just talk and walk and sometimes they do both things at the same time. But most people can do that. The difference is that actors have to use imagination and empathy to put themselves into somebody else’s shoes and become that person in a given situation.
On June 25, 60 Form Four students from numerous local secondary schools gathered at Tsim Sha Tsui Centre to attend a journalism training workshop for the Sino Junior Reporters Programme 2016.
Sixty students participating in the Sino Junior Reporter Programme 2016 attended a workshop at Tsim Sha Tsui Centre on June 25.
The topic of this year's Sino Junior Reporters Programme was Hong Kong’s culinary heritage.
Last year’s finalists went above and beyond in meeting the criteria of The Student of the Year – Sportsperson award. Here, the 2015 finalists share some tips on how to stand out from the crowd.
In June, 60 aspiring secondary students took part in the Sino Junior Reporter Programme 2016 to delve deeper into journalism and food culture.
Have you ever thought of telling a story about Hong Kong? What image of the city would you create, and what kind of urban experience would you capture?
The survival of sharks is greatly threatened by overfishing for human consumption. In other words, sharks are being eaten to extinction.
Every technology needs time to develop to be a familiar product that benefits everyone. It is just a matter of time.
Over the past 30 years, 3D printing has developed rapidly. In the near future, you may be able to customise your ideal home and print it out!
Instead of waiters and cashiers, restaurants around the world could soon be using robots and drones to serve customers