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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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This story was part of Elephant Community Press' 2015 exhibition, "Beyond the Storefront".
This story was part of Elephant Community Press' 2015 exhibition, "Beyond the Storefront".
Moving to the other side of the world to make art is no easy feat, but Przemek Sobocki has made a success of his art and fashion illustration in Japan – and has never looked back.
18-year-old backstroke eyes 2018 Asian Games in Indonesia, but he has difficulty handling stress during international competitions.
British primary school children sitting national tests are showing increased signs of stress and anxiety around exam time, according to a survey of school leaders.
You’ve probably heard a lot about press freedom already. But if you haven’t, that’s okay, this is a good place to start. Here is why press freedom it should be important to you, and what you can do to help keep it free.
Over the course of April, the Heep Yunn School’s (HYS) basketball team each took turns going without at least one meal a day in support of the World Vision Hong Kong’s Famine 30 campaign. The team did this to raise public awareness of the severe food crises in Africa.
Three 12-year-old students from the Canadian International School have come up with an inventive way to help victims of human trafficking fight mistreatment.
Page 4: The story “Vaccines prove to be deadly” was completely false. We made it all up, including the writer’s name.
It has a horse’s head, a cow’s hooves, a donkey’s tail and a deer’s antlers – and it has a rare success story.