Rising rugby star Dan John on moving to HK from Wales, becoming vice captain in less than a year, and continuing the family legacy
The Kellett student has only been in Hong Kong for a few months, but has already been made vice captain of his school team.
After a fierce competition, the winners of the annual youth contest, including two who will be performing at this weekend's Clockenflap, tell us why YRock is important.
15-year-old harpist Katie Lo tells us how Student of the Year changed her mindset and the motto she lives by
A 15-year-old harpist and 2016 SOTY finalist will be hosting a charity music event in Sheung Wan next week, because she believes in giving back to the world in anyway you can.
Expect rain and maybe Hong Kong's first November typhoon since 2013 if Tropical Depression Haikui stays on course
It's still unclear how much effect the storm could have on the city
The cause of the blaze in a second-floor unit is not yet established
The app has been losing money and not attracting as many users as analysts expected
A report found that this year’s liberal studies exam candidates had trouble interpreting pictures, and were unable to critically examine a given issue.
Only 10 per cent of candidates sat the exam, which is set to become a compulsory subject next year
It’s that special time of the year dedicated to doing ‘guy stuff’ again, and these activities are the perfect chance to show your bros some love.
The Territory-wide Systems Assessment still shows need for improvement in key areas of English learning