Artificial biodegradable skin, water rockets and other cool things Hong Kong students made and showed off at the DSS STEM fair
Primary and secondary students from 24 DSS schools show off their science and tech skills.
Donald Trump began Sunday with yet another attack on NFL players kneeling in protest of the national anthem.
Jasper Thong, HK's international racing prodigy, may not have a driver's licence yet but that won't keep him from winning
Jasper Thong tells us how having a successful older brother in the same field drives him to go even faster.
Graffiti artist Alec Monopoly on where he got his name, street art vs gallery art, and what HK-inspired piece you'll see from him next
Though the famed artist got his start by spraying the streets of LA, he tells Young Post that gallery work is a “necessary evil” to preserve one’s legacy.
The four-day Tokyo Game Show hopes to change that
He says the activity has to be seen as a traditional sport
Hong Kong students are less prepared for the future than their counterparts from Singapore, Japan, and South Korea
Study by Economist Intelligence Unit says Hong Kong's education policy doesn't prepare students for the economy of the future and locals may lose out on jobs as a result.
Behind the scenes at the Hungry Ghost Festival: how the living dedicate a month to honouring the dead
Here's what goes on in the land of the living during the month of the dead.
Winners from the Microsoft Office Specialist World Champions contest on finding focus and friends at the competition
Young Post talks to two teenage techies about juggling school and social life and still finding time to win gold in the MOS World Champions competition.
HKU's Arthur Li slams local students for having "mentality of losers" and not being able to compete with mainland students
Education sector lawmaker Ip Kin-yuen defends Hong Kong students after criticism by HKU’s Arthur Li.