Letters to the editor
Life is very stressful for students in Hong Kong. Some people think that giving students more homework is the best way to ensure a good future for them. I disagree.
Mainland authorities have called on people to shun tour agencies that charge very low prices. This follows the recent death of a mainlander after a dispute about shopping during a guided tour of Hong Kong.
Nobel winner a true role model
Recently, a middle-aged woman who was believed to be homeless was found dead in a McDonald's.
Using a handheld mobile phone while driving is against the law in Hong Kong. But it has not stopped local taxi drivers from turning their cars into phone booths.
A reader shares her thoughts as a Hong Kong teenager lies dying, waiting against hope that she will find a pair of lungs for a transplant
As a Hong Kong student, I worry about my own English. Now that I am a secondary school student, I struggle to understand English if my teacher talks too quickly.
There are a lot of writers who first started out in the world of fan fiction before writing their own stories. Some writers think of fanfic as a hobby, while some say it's a form of stealing.
Ever since I can remember, my path has been laid out for me: finish primary school, go to secondary school, then go to university.
Young Post's editor wants you to know that you are NOT a failure if your scores were lower than expected - this is just one day in your life