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Primary school students swap textbooks for golf clubs to learn STEM at the Sha Tin academy.
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According to a public opinion poll released on Tuesday, two of Hong Kong’s most recently disqualified pan-democratic lawmakers are ranked among the city’s best performers in the Legislative Council.
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Ever felt like grades were at the centre of your existence? ICHK has introduced a teaching tool that encourages students to worry less about grades and focus on their attitudes towards learning.
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As you prepare for this year’s Hong Kong Book Fair, here are some interesting facts about the annual exhibition that most people aren’t aware of.
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The rumours are true: cult favourite burger brand Shake Shack is bringing its ShackBurger, crinkle-cut fries, frozen custard ice cream and famous handspun milkshakes to Hong Kong!
Diocesan Girls’ School’s HKDSE super top scorer, Maggie Lam Li-man, has spoken out in support of dying Nobel laureate Liu Xiaobo, saying that he should be treated as a patient regardless of his political views.
HKDSE top performer Cherry Ho tells us how living with brittle bone disease since birth was never a hindrance to her growth and pushed her to work even harder.
Emails released Tuesday revealed US President Donald Trump’s oldest son agreed last year to meet a Russian lawyer who might have information about Hillary Clinton, as part of Moscow’s support for his dad during the presidential election.
Just 16 and still afraid of the water, hot-shot Japanese surfer Minori Kawai has set her sights on Olympic gold after a stunning victory at the venue for the 2020 Tokyo Games.
Over 80 beachgoers formed a human chain stretching almost 100 metres into the Gulf of Mexico to rescue a group of swimmers in danger of drowning after they were caught in a powerful riptide last Saturday evening.
A total of six students - three girls and three boys - earned perfect scores in the Hong Kong Diploma for Secondary Education (HKDSE) examination this year.
This year's Diploma for Secondary Education exam results see an increase on last year's number of top scorers from four to six, but a drop in overall passes.