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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.
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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.
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The Portland Trail Blazers' point guard and part-time rapper says that becoming a successful basketball player isn't just about talent.
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The music video has received mixed reactions on Facebook and adding to that, here’s what the YP team thinks.
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Time flies when you’re having fun – just ask the guy who opened a company that sells customised watches to people all over the world.
The imminent closure of a table tennis training centre in an industrial building in Tai Wai has sparked concerns from players and coaches, who have called on the government to find a proper space to train future athletes.
Polytechnic University is latest local institution to make the top 100, coming in at 95th in latest rankings; City University enters top 50 for first time.
I have always thought how awesome it is that students are able to visit untouched sites on an art and science research expedition to find new ways to understand climate change. Out of the blue, I was selected to join the diving team on the coral triangle expedition.
Get ready! Ticket sales for his November gig will go on sale this Monday (June 12) at 10am!
The spirit of New York is alive and well in Hong Kong. After the success of the classic musical West Side Story, another production set in the Big Apple is about to take the stage.
US intelligence officials believe Russian hackers planted a false news story that led Saudi Arabia and several allies to cut relations with Qatar, prompting a diplomatic crisis.
Fewer young Hongkongers are planning working holidays in Japan. In the first round of working holiday applications, held in April, 352 people applied, the Japanese consulate says. That is the lowest number of applications since April 2014, when only 279 applied.
Two teenagers were caught with HK$500,000 worth of drugs on Saturday in Cheung Sha Wan.Hong Kong police made the arrests as part of an anti-drug crackdown named “Thunderbolt 17”.
A gunman who killed a man and took a woman hostage before dying in a police shootout had been acquitted of plotting a terror attack at a Sydney army base years earlier.