Over to you
I am writing to express my views on the article “Hong Kong mothers increasingly bring in the professionals when it comes to childcare” (SCMP, April 30).
On May 24, Taiwan’s Constitutional Court ruled that homosexual marriage will be recognised in the island. This made Taiwan the first Asian place to legalise homosexual or same-sex marriage.
There’s been a lot of discussion about gender stereotypes and tropes – and that’s been in part thanks to films like romantic comedy Love off the Cuff and shows like My Unfair Lady on TVB.
The gig economy has attained rock-star status in the job market. It is predicted that in America, currently at the forefront of the gig economy, some 40 per cent of workers will be involved in freelance jobs instead of, or in addition to, formal, contractual employment.
Hate it when you can’t talk back? Well, you can with Young Post. Have your say and share with students around Hong Kong.
The ultimate Brain Game winner will have the chance to encounter animals with their best friend at Ocean Park, a prize worth HK$3,236.
The amazing thing about competitions like this is you really aren’t required to know much going in, and through the process you will discover and learn more than you already know.
It is unacceptable that many Hongkongers spend excessively on material goods due to the city’s values and lifestyle which are centred on consumerism. This unhealthy shopping habit causes a serious waste problem that is bad for the environment.
A mercy release is when you free an animal back into the wild rather than killing it. What many people don’t know is that the impact on the environment and the released animal in question can be devastating.
From white supremacists to Hong Kong’s separatists, nationalism has long been associated with the irrational hatred of outsiders and the irrational love for one’s homeland.