Tiffany Choi

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21 May 2017 Based on a 2013 novel of the same name, The Circle, starring Emma Watson and Tom Hanks, feels like the perfect example of how an amazing cast can be dragged down by terrible writing.
21 May 2017 When you combine the acting talents of Sean Lau Ching-wan, Louis Koo Tin-lok, and Gordon Lam Ka-tung, you get local blockbuster Dealer/Healer, based on the true story of a gangster-turned-preacher, who spreads the word of God to his brotherhood.
19 May 2017 Two of our junior reporters find out what can be done with the slightly used soaps from hotels that we’re throwing away every single day.
14 May 2017 Forget the Disney cartoon, the 2004 epic starring Clive Owen, or the original Arthurian legends – King Arthur: Legend of the Sword is the latest take on the mythical English king.
12 May 2017 Sunglasses make everyone look cooler, but before you invest in a new pair, here’s some expert advice.
12 May 2017 With its classic songs and timeless tale of romance, West Side Story is a favourite with musical lovers everywhere, and our JRs got to speak to its leading actors ahead of opening night.
08 May 2017 Did you know you can host your own TEDx event? It doesn’t cost any money, but you do need a licence to use the name. If it sounds like something you would like to have at your school, then read on for some great tips to help make it happen.
07 May 2017 It’s been scientifically proven that opposites attract, and that’s exactly what happens in This Is Not What I Expected, when one pernickety, perfectionist tycoon meets a free-spirited, flamboyant sous chef.
25 Apr 2017 Crystal Fung went from being a HKU graduate, to winning Miss Hong Kong Pageant 2016. But she has, she says, had more than her fair share of mishaps along the way to where she is now.
22 Apr 2017 If you ask Yew Chung International School’s Michelle Lo what it takes to be a good writer, she’ll tell you crafting a story with layers of meaning and subtext requires creativity. “If your writing style is monotone, people are going to stop reading. It’s boring. Having a tight narrative style helps make any story more interesting,” she says.