Letters to the editor
As a Form Five student who has been learning English for almost 15 years, I think I have the right to say this: "English simply shouldn't be learned this way."
I've been taking Chinese dancing lessons for the past 11 years and want to be a dancer when I grow up. But my parents don't think much of a career in areas such as performing arts or even sports.
Vandalism is a serious problem in our schools. Mostly, students spoil school property by drawing graffiti on them. Here are my suggestions to fix the problem.
People in Hong Kong have a very long life expectancy, around 81 to 86 years. This means most of us will be able to live to an old age. But does a long life equal a lively life?
Governments around the world are doing more to promote healthy food. Many people have talked about the need for youngsters to eat healthier snacks while at school.
The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge has been a huge success. It became an internet sensation, with people nominating their friends to take part in the challenge. However, many of us may have forgotten a very important issue - you waste a lot of water in the process.
The Equal Opportunities Commission is considering allowing unmarried couples to have the same employment and health benefits that married people get.
To show respect for nature, we should help protect the enormous diversity of life in central Africa. We cannot underestimate our influence in this global village. Sometimes little things can have a big effect on the world.
How long can you last without checking your smartphone? An hour? Two? A day? According to a 2012 Time magazine survey, one in four people checks their phone every 30 minutes. This shows how dependent people are on electronic devices.
Most people have heard of the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. It aims to raise awareness of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis - a disease that affects nerve cells in the brain - by getting people to pour a bucket of ice water on themselves, then upload a video of it onto social media and nominate six...