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Hong Kong never ceases to amaze me as a testament to human achievement. Every time I look out from The Peak at the vast skyline stretching across Victoria Harbour, I am in awe that such a city could have been built in such a short period of time.
Like many of my peers, I grew up learning silly rhyming poems and childish song parodies. My favourite was a funny rendition of the Chinese national anthem. Who would have thought singing a fun version of the anthem might potentially land me in prison now?
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.
Talking Points: what’s one life skill every secondary school student should have before graduating and entering 'the real world'?
Hate it when you can’t talk back? Well, you can with Young Post. Have your say and share with students around Hong Kong.
Each week, two of our readers debate a hot topic in a parliamentary-style debate that doesn’t necessarily reflect their personal viewpoint. This week’s topic is ...
Letter from the Editor: if anybody - even a parent or teacher - touches you in a way that makes you feel uncomfortable, tell someone
A teacher is under investigation for inappropriate behaviour with two students.
What makes English schools particularly amazing is the amount of power the school (sometimes) gives you.
I want to express my views on the new policies proposed by our government about building public housing in the countryside. Hong Kong has a real problem, because we have limited space to build new residential estates.
From Singlish in Singapore, to cosmetics in South Korea, here are the reasons why certain countries are so special to our cadets.
Show us what you got in Brain Game - the ultimate battle of the wits - to win a stay at Hong Kong Disneyland's newest hotel
Young Post is looking for 10 bright readers to take part in the first Brain Game of the new academic year.