They claim to bring hardworking people together against exploitation by greedy corporations. They are the champions of the common person everywhere. And they are the bane of capitalists and free-market economists.
Tiananmen memorial vigil happens every year, but does it actually impact Hongkongers?
Do smartphones hinder or help us?
Smartphones may be making our lives easier, but are they possibly making us less capable? Two students discuss ...
Primary school student studying in bed at Gulong Village, a poverty-stricken mountainous area. Photo: Xinhua
The challenge does not exactly copy what it is really like living below the poverty line, but it helps make us aware of the 1.2 billion fellow citizens on our planet who live in extreme poverty.
Our readers discuss whether a young boy should be allowed to stay in our city when he's lived here illegally for nine years.
Is Hong Kong too lenient in their laws regarding to animal cruelty? How ethically should animals be treated?
As the end of my university life approaches, I've been reflecting on the many lessons I've learned in Britain. My experience of studying here has far exceeded my expectations.
Robert Chow claims more than 1 million people have signed in support of Beijing's political reform.
Pro-government campaign organiser Robert Chow Yung claims more than a million people have signed in support of Hong Kong's political reform. What are your thoughts?
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Would schools benefit from having a furry friend as a mascot? Two students discuss the pro's and con's.