Most young people in Hong Kong have little interest in policy making, according to the initial findings of a consultation conducted by the Commission on Youth.
At least 59 people were killed and 527 injured when a man opened fire at an outdoor concert.
Hong Kong’s star cyclist Leung Chun-wing believes he was born to be on a bike. “I was born into a special family; my dad, my mum, my brother and even my sister, we all loved to cycle.”
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Tennis superstar and DBS alum Andrew Li on leaving school early to pursue the sport and playing on the national team
Former Diocesan Boys’ School student hopes to become the first male HK player to enter the top 100 in the ATP rankings.
Kengie Tang on Steve Irwin, her love for animals, conservation, and taking a gap year to help out her furry friends
Kengie Tang is crazy about animals. She tells us how Australia’s beloved ‘Crocodile Hunter’, Steve Irwin, inspired her to pursue a career helping animals.
Miss Hong Kong finalist Phoebe Sin on disobeying her parents and why upsetting mum and dad was a good decision
The stunner's parents didn’t want her to enter Miss Hong Kong Pageant 2016. She did it anyway – and now she’s a successful presenter for TVB
Street art showed artist Bo Law and Hong Kong students how to find new dreams and be ready for life's challenges
It starts with an alien in a light blue suit with pink hair and a giant key dangling from his arm. A man, who in “real life” is shy and has low self-esteem, is attracted to the key and decides to chase after it.
Hong Kong students are already struggling with the pressure of the looming exams, a post on an online forum has revealed. Some have even contemplated ending their lives because of them.
A 17-storey dormitory building in Wong Chuk Hang considered 'very suitable' for prefabricated construction.