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Chief Executive Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor’s first policy address was generally well-received. Her 45-minute speech was a refreshing change from that of her predecessor Leung Chun-ying.
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Hong Kong domestic helpers have had to live with their employers since 2003. However, a foreign domestic helper who claims to have been abused by her employer is now challenging the law.
Installing surveillance cameras on campus is not right. There are other ways to raise teaching standards at Sun Yat-sen University.
This past month, Hong Kong was tormented by reports of incoming winds from China, carrying not good luck or prosperity to start the year with, but smog.
It’s always difficult to report on suicide, and even more so when it involves children or teenagers. If you tell someone from outside Hong Kong that a 12-year-old killed themselves, they don’t believe you.
Abolishing the TSA isn’t going to do much, because it was just a rather handy scapegoat to put all of our blame on.
The Tertiary-wide System Assessment (TSA) was created to assess the performance of schools. It allows people to be able to gauge, across the board, the quality of a particular institution and helps provide insights into them for secondary school admission officers. You can, therefore, know with...
One of the most frustrating things about living in Hong Kong has been my struggle to speak Cantonese.
I really like museums. You don’t just get to admire famous paintings and sculptures, you get to learn about history in a much more interesting and fun way than in class.
After the US presidential elections had concluded, president-elect Donald Trump spoke on the phone to Taiwanese president Tsai Ing-wen, breaking decades of US policy in Asia.
The actions taken by US president-elect Donald Trump have infuriated China.