Unicef’s Make A Video Contest highlights the importance of individual identity during teenage years with "I am Me" theme
Unicef Hong Kong's Make A Video Contest invites teens to explore their own identity.
The winners share their achievements, struggles, inspirations and goals for the future.
UNICEF invites secondary school students to create a one-minute video on the theme ‘I am ME’ for its annual contest.
A tree in the forest finds out that he is happiest when he is being himself. This story was written by Harry Ng Ting-hang, a 17-year-old student at King Ling College.
Congratulations to our #YPIG9 winner and fellow photographers who captured beautiful moments all over Hong Kong
There were so many stunning and creative shots taken all over Hong Kong, but there can only be one winner.
If you dream of upping your IG game even more, read on, because we've got a Olympus PEN E-PL8 camera with two lenses up for grabs.
We were blown away by your talent and the effort you guys went to for a chance to see your idols!
Win: tickets to see The Black Eyed Peas and Carly Rae Jepsen at Dragonland Music Festival in Hong Kong
Young Post is giving away two pairs of day tickets to next weekend’s Dragonland Music Festival!
For Valentine's Day, we asked our readers to write a love letter from one Star Wars character to another. From droid love to an obsession with Jabba the Hutt, we had some great responses.
What's better than a love letter from Jabba the Hutt? A letter from Jabba the Hutt scribed by C-3PO