All the grades for my final exam have been released, and that marks the end of my third year at the University of Toronto. It also means that I only have one year left before I leave this place behind and start a new chapter of my life.
Each week, two of our readers will debate a hot topic in a parliamentary-style debate that doesn’t necessarily reflect their personal viewpoint. This week’s topic is ...
Turning 18 is definitely one of the most important milestones for a lot of people in Hong Kong. A lot of these young adults celebrate their big day by going to bars and clubs.
Students of Hong Kong have very different opinions on whether the use of pepper spray on protesters is reasonable or excessive. Here are some of their insights.
Have compact discs gone the way of the dinosaurs, or is there still value to their existence? Two students discuss ...
When Ifirst came to the UK, I thought it would be hard for me to find a church that would compare to my family church in Hong Kong.
Ticket touts, or scalpers, are frequently cast as the bane of sports and music fans. They take advantage of a limited ticket supply to resell at much higher prices.
Real books or e-books? Two students discuss the different perspectives.
It’s easy to get carried away with university life, ranging from societies and socials to sports. There’s a lot to do all the time and it’s tempting to try to do everything.
Hillary or Donald? Not everyone can agree but everyone has something to say.
The toughest assessments are perhaps self-assessments. How should you evaluate yourself? Conservatively, generously, or something in between?