Jason Ng, one of HK’s top teen triathletes who could “barely” swim three years ago, gets real about sacrifices and his career goals
The 18-year-old Yew Chung International School student describes how he got his start and his love-hate relationship with training.
'Matilda the Musical' playwright Dennis Kelly on his story about murder, being a high school dropout, and the secret within every play
The writer tells us why he never lets circumstances get in the way of what he loves.
Use super exaggerated movements to check your blind spot and practise the different types of parking.
Can children be arrested and sentenced in court? A breakdown of how Hong Kong law deals with juvenile offenders
With the recent arrest of three primary school students, we take a look at how the legal system processes those aged 16 and under.
UPDATED: 10-year-old Hong Kong primary school student suspected of HK$5 million jewellery theft may have been abused
Bruises were found on the girl while in police custody and she was admitted to hospital for checks last night.
On this World Press Freedom Day, we honour the heroic journalists who risk their lives to safeguard our right to the truth
The defence of journalistic freedom is essential to a fair society.
Though much has improved in regards to press freedom, more could still be done in the city
Tory Burch talks about #EmbraceAmbition, sexism, female empowerment, and social responsibility at SCAD Hong Kong
The famed America fashion icon was in town to chat with design students about social responsibility and the importance of female empowerment.
HKO forecasts sunshine and warm temperatures for this weekend, but showers are heading our way.
When MTR station art is more than just something pretty to look at, it can serve a community, its people and its culture
MTR station artwork doesn’t just make stations look nicer; it’s an ode to the city and its heritage.