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Crystal Fung went from being a HKU graduate, to winning Miss Hong Kong Pageant 2016. But she has, she says, had more than her fair share of mishaps along the way to where she is now.
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Some athletes prefer to focus on one sport, but Heep Yunn School’s Karen Lau Fong-ying has discovered that the skills she learns in one discipline can help get her to the next level in another.
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Launched on April 19, the 400 smart bicycles spread over Sha Tin, Tai Po and Ma On Shan, make for an eco-friendly alternative to buses or cars.
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Ex-chief executive Donald Tsang Yam-kuen was given a break from prison life after a Hong Kong court granted his bail application on Monday.
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Seven boys from St Stephen’s College in Stanley have been arrested on suspicion of installing hidden mini-cameras in changing rooms.
The liberal studies DSE was neither easy not difficult this year. None of the questions asked about a particular political event despite many controversial issues happening last year, teachers and students reveal.
At least 368 Chinese white dolphins – also known as pink dolphins – are living in Hong Kong waters, researchers from the University of Hong Kong (HKU) have found.
Fresh off a resounding win during Hong Kong’s latest boxing spectacle Clash of Champions 2, Surez Gurung returns to the gym carrying more than just his own weight on his shoulders.
During the creepy clown scare of October 2016, when rumours and social media posts about threatening clowns shook schools across the US, students in Danina Garcia-Fuller’s eighth-grade language-arts class mostly shrugged in disbelief.
The star paddler, who a claimed an historic silver medal for Hong Kong in December, grew up watching her father and elder brother play.
Learning music doesn’t need to be all grade exams and sight reading – it can be about having fun and making friends as well.
This year's DSE physics exam was one of the easiest ever with more straightforward questions than usual, educators and students reveal.
The education chief defended his decision to maintain a controversial competence test for all local primary schools in May, insisting the plan should not be aborted due to “political change”.