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Now better known for its shops and eateries, Tsuen Wan was an industrial hub in the 1960s. You can still see parts of the district's history - if you know where to look.
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Seeing the city from a height provides a great alternative perspective of Hong Kong’s urban landscape, and makes for great photography. But sometimes finding the perfect spot can be tricky.
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Young Post joined a group of teens as they spend six days trekking sand dunes, navigating their way through caves and studying ancient art in Dunhuang.
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There always seems to be construction underway in Hong Kong, with many parts of the city still a work-in-progress. A new exhibition in Central’s City Gallery, however, really can give us a window into the future of Hong Kong.
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The group's Facebook video has been viewed hundreds of thousands of times
Up to now, important ruling that overturned previous lighter sentences had only been released in Chinese.
Hong Kong students are feeling the back-to-school jitters ahead of the start of the new school year tomorrow, and some have taken to Facebook to vent their feelings of anxiety or dread.
His followers stress that over the years, Singh’s popularity has made Sirsa much more prosperous.
The mixed-gender tournament is one of the largest youth golf competitions in Asia, and this year features a record 38 teams from 20 countries.
Loss leaves them with zero points and last place in Pool B and looking to catch up in next match against Portugal this Saturday.
Sha Tin College teachers Paul Hoang and Chris Taylor have written a new textbook to help students navigate the changes to the “Extended Essay” component of the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Programme.
A 12-year-old Hong Kong girl has become the youngest ever Junior Master Scuba Diver.
Over the past two years, North Korea has moved from a starter nuclear program to possessing the technology to at least strike the U.S. Pacific territory of Guam.
The Hong Kong’s Coastal Defence Museum’s new exhibition shows the role journalists play in recording history and runs until January 31.