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South Korea football star Son Heung-min talks to YP about being in Hong Kong for the first time as he and his team prepares for a showdown against local champions Kitchee
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When he was eight years old, Angus Ng Ka-long was at a crossroads: should he stick with table tennis, or focus on badminton?
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You’re scrolling through your Facebook feed – only to find that your friends have gone out without you. You feel betrayed. Upset. Insecure. A little angry. Why didn’t they invite you? Don’t they like you? Aren’t you cool enough?
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Messages of support and hope came pouring in on social media in the aftermath of the explosion that has left 22 confirmed dead and over 50 injured.
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January 1987: A year after the takeover of Uganda by rebel leader Yoweri Museveni, voodoo priestess Alice Auma Lakwena takes up arms to topple the new regime. Her Holy Spirit Movement is defeated at the end of 1987.
A new Greenpeace study shows satisfaction from shopping only lasts a day, and the more we shop, the lonelier we get.
Emmanuel Macron, 39, who won the second round of the French presidential election on Sunday, according to estimates, will be one of the world’s youngest leaders.  Here is a look at those who were still a little wet behind the ears when they attained high executive office:
Heep Yunn star hopes to retain the ‘Grand Slam’, and has set her sights on representing Hong Kong at the 2018 Asian Games in Indonesia.
Discovery College’s Humza Bazarwala has sold 243 copies of his first children’s book The Ant & the Hud Hud since its first publication on April 28, with every cent of the $100 book being donated to volunteer organisation The White Helmets to help injured civilians in Syria.
Pro-European Union centrist Emmanuel Macron was elected next president of France on Sunday, beating far-right National Front candidate Marine Le Pen by a wide margin.
Edgar Cheung Ka-long entered the arena for the World Cup in St Petersburg, Russia feeling like a small fish in a big pond, but came away confident he was no longer a minnow.
Kitchee right-winger Sebastian Buddle still can’t believe what he and his teammates had to deal with late last year. “I was born and raised in HK so it was upsetting to be labelled as a ‘foreign’ player,” mused Sebastian.
Think your Instagram game is strong? Make your friends jealous with even more sick new uploads of Cantonese graffiti, cylindrical towers and picturesque waterfalls
Hong Kong recorded high levels of air pollution on Saturday, with conditions likely to worsen later in the day, authorities have said.