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Canteen food had never been a pleasant experience at secondary school and that was perhaps the one thing that didn’t change at university.
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In my opinion, a “by the bag” method will not reduce the number of plastic bags used, and will not deal with the household waste disposal problem effectively.
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According to lawmaker Michael Tien Puk-sun, our lack of motorsports facilities is a problem that trumps all others.
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The first question that I tend to receive from those in Hong Kong when I mention that I attend school in the US is: “How do you like your new President?” This question is often accompanied by snide snickering.
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Hey there beautiful people :) I’m quite a positive girl but sometimes I really can’t forget how some people have hurt me. They have been trying very hard to make me fall. It’s really hard to ignore what they do because it’s not just one person but a group of people.
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A week-long trip to the islands to relieve stress proves a blessing. This story was written by Melody Lam Chi-yan, 16, from Heep Yunn School.
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Each week, we ask Young Post readers to share a little bit about themselves along with a quote that helps them get through life.
Hate it when you can’t talk back? Well, you can with Young Post. Have your say and share with students around Hong Kong.
Each week, two of our readers debate a hot topic in a parliamentary-style debate that doesn’t necessarily reflect their personal viewpoint. This week’s topic is ...
The vast majority of Hong Kong’s 7.3 million people had no say in deciding their next leader.
The phrase “radical Islamic terrorism” has been the subject of renewed debate in recent weeks.
Siblings grow up in the same home and play a unique role in each other’s lives. Here, Young Post readers talk about the relationship with their brother or sister.
Hate it when you can’t talk back? Well, you can with Young Post. Have your say and share with students around Hong Kong. This time, we hear from students at St Margaret’s Girls’ School.
Many students in Hong Kong don’t choose their electives according to their interests. To a certain extent, this could be because many parents want their children to become doctors or lawyers.

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