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Home economics might not be Hong Kong’s most popular subject, but it has helped five girls from Shau Kei Wan East Government Secondary School learn the skills needed to win the Mills Fabrica Summer Programme grand prize.
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The number of child abuse cases in Hong Kong is increasing from year to year, says children’s rights group Against Child Abuse’s Director Donna Wong.
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From nominations, interviews, and even a one-day leadership camp; here’s what to expect from the prestigious event this year.
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Use public playground equipment as your own personal gym as you work up to moves such as the human flag, planche and superman pushup.
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The 'post-80s' generation has been in the news a lot recently: they are at the forefront of protests against the high-speed rail link project, and a recent survey showed them to be less...
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In Prudence Mak Ngar-tuen's childhood, Lunar New Year wasn't a very extravagant occasion. But when her family could not afford to buy sweets to fill their red candy box, the young Mak...
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The park is supposed to be one of the few places in a busy city you can enjoy a little freedom. But walk into one of Hong Kong's open spaces and you're likely to be...
2009 major school donors
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Students from the Associate of Arts in Digital Visual Design programme at Community College of City University raised funds for Operation Santa Claus (OSC) using their design talent...
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Gamers who battle their way to the end of Assassin's Creed 2 face a final, unexpected, challenge - two missing chapters. Game developer, Ubisoft, has said...
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When office workers and students turn on their computers, the first thing millions of them now log on to is online mini-game Happy Farm. The free-of-charge simulation game...
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Being a teenager is supposed to be fun and exciting, but it can also be one of the most stressful times of our lives. It's the time when we...
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When the Wan Chai Waterfront Promenade was launched with a 'Happy Pet' Family Fun Day on April 1, 2007, it was welcomed by city dog lovers. After all, the harbour-front...