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From falling in love to finding inner strength, here are the moments that mattered to them.
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The wind creaked through the open window and sang me a bitter lullaby. I pulled my thin sheets tighter around me, attempting in vain to block out the icy chill in the air. The slim makeshift bed sheet did nothing to cushion me from the cool hard surface of the bathtub.
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As millennials, our cadets feel they are often misunderstood by the more traditional previous generation so here are their heartfelt words to their predecessors.
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As a lonely young writer struggles to deal with anxiety, the ocean becomes the one place where they find solace and inspiration.
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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 ...
During the past year, I have become much more attuned to comments and events pertaining to race, ethnicity, and culture.
Calling all budding creative writers: the 2017 Summer Short Story competition is now open! Enter for a chance to win a prize and get your work published in Young Post.
Breastfeeding is becoming more common in Hong Kong, mainly because it is healthier than giving formula milk to infants. However, the existing facilities for breastfeeding in public places here are inadequate.
America taking a back seat on environmental issues isn’t the end of the world but rather a new dawn.
Hate it when you can’t talk back? Well, you can with Young Post. Have your say and share with students around Hong Kong. Today’s responses are from students at Workers’ Children Secondary School.
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 ...
Many Chinese students abroad only interact using Cantonese or Putonghua, and you rarely see them hanging out with local students.
One marked difference that I have noticed between Hong Kong and the United States is the social atmosphere in public. In Hong Kong, people are generally much “colder”, in that they don’t often engage strangers in conversation, or show much emotion.
There were so many stunning and creative shots taken all over Hong Kong, but there can only be one winner.