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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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Survey shows Hong Kong parents are the world’s biggest spenders, followed by those in UAE and Singapore.
In honour of the 20th anniversary of Hong Kong’s handover from Britain back to China, here's how to have a sleepover – 1997 style!
Cricket has a huge presence here in Hong Kong – find out exactly what the popular sport entails at the Kowloon Cricket Club’s 2017 Summer Cricket Camp.
Young Post interviewed Gordon Leung, Director of the Celebrations Coordination Office to get behind the scenes insights on the weekend.
The teenager, who was arrested two years ago as a 14-year-old for her graffiti during the Occupy protests, wants localists like her to “stay true to themselves”.
The highly-anticipated RazerStore has finally opened, and Razer's CEO tell us all about his love for gaming and what the future holds for e-sports.
In front of a packed room, prominent artists and writers read extracts of their works, which reflects on the post-colonial development of Hong Kong after 1997.
“It’s the last word in the dictionary and it’s fun to say and it’s fun to spell,” said an eighth grader Samara St Louis from Canada.
What’s black and white, and cute all over? No, not pandas – it’s the penguins at Ocean Park, who were fed and cared for by Lutheran School for the Deaf student Vincent Wan for one day in June.
Many organisations in Europe and the US have been crippled by a ransomware attack called “Petya”. The malicious software has spread through large companies, leading to PCs and data being locked up and held for ransom.