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Anita Yu struggled herself as a student, and wants to use sigh language and creative teaching methods to motivate her students.
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Using videos and simulations championing the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals, participants saw the world in a different light.
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Thanks to a new sports charity, 14-year-old Form Three student Tsang Tsz-ho got the chance to take up a brand new sport, and play it with celebrities like Hacken Lee Hak-kan.
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Joining HKYAF’s scriptwriting workshops helped students Gingin Mak and Maya Greenberg discover a different side of theatre.
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Featuring arrangements from FF VI, VII, and X, HKPhil hopes to bring the joys of classical music to a wider audience.
Thinking of getting a new furry friend? Do your research on what makes an animal breeder a good or a bad one, and consider adopting instead of buying.
If you’re a thrill-seeking, adventure-loving, all-round sports lover, then read on – we’ve had a look at the best brotastic activities you can do in HK.
The Hong Kong Observatory is forecasting cooler air from Saturday, when temperatures are set to drop to 19 degrees Celsius.
The Kellett student has only been in Hong Kong for a few months, but has already been made vice captain of his school team.
After a fierce competition, the winners of the annual youth contest, including two who will be performing at this weekend's Clockenflap, tell us why YRock is important.
A 15-year-old harpist and 2016 SOTY finalist will be hosting a charity music event in Sheung Wan next week, because she believes in giving back to the world in anyway you can.
The cause of the blaze in a second-floor unit is not yet established
The app has been losing money and not attracting as many users as analysts expected