Over to you
We asked our readers to write an essay titled "My Day out with Shawn Mendes". Here is one of the entries. It has not been edited.
It doesn’t matter if you only know five English words – speaking English with another person is the fastest and most effective way to improve your language skills.
A junior reporter takes a look at the history of Bangladesh, the rise of its economy, and how the country can use its strengths to develop into a force to be reckoned with.
Talking Points: should the government spend HK$32 billion on a sports park when one in five in HK live below the poverty line?
Hate it when you can’t talk back? Well, you can with Young Post. Have your say and share with students around Hong Kong.
Technology makes our lives much more convenient, but will it take away our value in the workforce as well?
A Good Hope student and two members of the Hong Kong branch of Pen International talk about why poetry matters to them – and why it should matter to you.
Letters from the dorm: making the most of your university life and staying motivated in your final year
By the final year of university, it’s easy to lose momentum and be impatient for it to be over. But this is the exact time you need to cherish.
It's important to share our dreams with each other, be supportive and offer encouragement.
The Hong Kong-China joint checkpoint deal for the high-speed rail link to Guangzhou has stirred quite a fuss among nervous Hongkongers.
I am a Kowloon West constituency voter, and I will be disgusted if Frederick Fung is endorsed by the opposition to run for the Legco by-elections next March.