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A US congressional group has nominated three Hong Kong activists for the Nobel Peace Prize, in a highly controversial move likely to annoy Beijing.
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Ip Kin-yuen says the teaching and learning of the DSE curriculum can be improved to make it less stressful for students.
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Rock band Omega want to show that disabilities don’t have to stop you from doing what you love.
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Eight local secondary school students were awarded on Sunday for their efforts as part of the Unicef HK Make A Video Contest.
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SNOWBOARDING - Wild winds disrupted the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics yesterday as a 17-year-old Red Gerard made history by becoming the first Games gold medallist born this millennium
Chloe Kim of the US impressed seasoned Olympic journalists, who had nothing better to watch. They came away surprised
Young Post has moved its HQ to spanking new offices in Times Square, in Causeway Bay. The South China Morning Post has moved its editorial teams into Tower 1.
Roses are red, violets are blue; but why not show the planet a little love and go green this Valentine's Day?
The bus flipped over onto its side when the driver made a turn near Tai Po Mei on Saturday evening.
With an injury to his ankle in November of last year, has the skating superstar recovered enough to capture another Olympic Gold?
FIGURE SKATING - All you need to know to survive the hottest contest at the Olympics
Lau Sin-tung’s video shows that children should not be forced to take part in activities they don’t like.
FIGURE SKATING - Shoma Uno is nearly flawless, but still has plenty to work on. Stumbles for Canada’s Patrick Chan, American Nathan Chen
Hong Kong’s plastic-strewn beaches and streets are an all-too familiar sight for us. The synthetic material is not easy to avoid – we see it used for everything; from bottles, to takeaway cutlery, to shopping bags.