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What can you do with recyclable things that can’t be placed into the tricolour recycling bins?
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Michael Jordan, J.K. Rowling, and Steve Jobs also experienced the bitter taste of failure before making it big.
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Joanna Kwok has succeeded in the maritime industry by overcoming outdated gender stereotypes; now she hopes other girls will do the same.
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The Hong Kong-based French photographer is holding an exhibition entitled City Poetry at the Blue Lotus Gallery.
We've been told toys can't fly, but Woody, Buzz Lightyear and the rest of the gang are growing up and spreading their wings.

H2GO: Young Post goes surfing in Big Wave Bay

Every summer, the Young Post team get out of their comfort zones and into new experiences. This year, for our H2GO mini series, we're trying out water sports around Hong Kong. In this episode, our...
However, whether it was effectively withdrawn – as demanded by protesters – remained unclear.
The digital giant announced new features meant to prevent cyberbullying by warning people as they are preparing to post abusive remarks.
How much do you know about the English language? Did you know that many words originated in India?
German Swiss International School has four students with perfect scores on the International Baccalaureate, while French International School has three.
The latest Pixar movie sees old hands Tom Hanks and Tim Allen joined by a new character - a fork.
Based on Kyoko Nakajima’s novel ‘Nagai Owakare’, the film tells the story of Shohei, a 70-year-old retired principal who is diagnosed with dementia.
A teacher from Sacred Heart Canossian College has stepped down from two of his roles outside teaching over a social media post.
The movie company released a 1.29-minute teaser trailer for its upcoming remake of the 1998 film. What did we think?
Six people have been arrested in connection with the march and the confrontations that followed.
Here's a guide to the most confusing punctuation marks in the English language.

Study tips from IB top performers

34 Hong Kong students have achieved perfect scores - the maximum 45 points - in this year’s International Baccalaureate (IB) examinations. We asked them to give us some tips and tricks on tackling...
This year, a record 20 ESF students achieved perfect scores in the International Baccalaureate (IB) diploma, making up the vast majority of the city's 34 top scorers.
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The first time I saw one I couldn't believe my eyes. I checked the charts, looked through the binoculars and asked the crew to double check what I saw. A small island had...
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Silent Sound has turned the corner and we're heading south and towards home. Soon we will again cross the Arctic Circle, marking the official end of the Northwest Passage and...
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Silent Sound has crossed the Arctic Circle - this means we have completed the Northwest Passage and are leaving the Arctic behind us as we head south and towards home. We entered...
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University student Frank Wang Tao spends most of his leisure time with model helicopters, and one of his hi-tech creations this summer pulled off the world's first...
TIM: Hi, this is listening plus. You’re with Timothy Chui and today I’ll be speaking with Paul Mozur, a freelance writer based in Asia who just got back from a month in Xinjiang. Thanks for joining...
Young Post reporter Timothy Chui will be speaking with Paul Mozur, a freelance writer based in Asia who just got back from a month in Xinjiang.
The meaning of the saying 'never judge a book by its cover' is that we can't simply judge people only by their appearances.
The HKCEE results were released recently to both smiles and tears. Some potentially straight-A students were shocked to find they barely passed.
Sam looks for a flat Sam comes from UK. She’s got a job as a research engineer for a company located in the Science Park in Shatin. Sam is talking to a rental agent in Tai Po about finding a flat....
Sam looks for a flat Sam comes from UK. She’s got a job as a research engineer for a company located in the Science Park in Shatin. At the moment, Sam is talking to a rental agent in Tai Po about...
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Huang Li went to art school at the age of 13 to learn how to be a face-changing Sichuan Opera performer against the wishes of her parents. In their opinion, the prospects were...
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Forget the Monday blues. A study has found that Wednesday is the killjoy of the week. Two applied mathematicians from the University of Vermont, United States, gathered information from...
To help you in your first assignment as news photographer, SCMP Photo Editor Yves Sieur gives you fives points to keep in mind.
How to make good graphic designs? South China Morning Post’s Art Director Terry Pontikos gives you 10 tips to start on the right foot.
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Every sector has its own jargon and newspapers are no exception. The following is a list of words you may hear in news rooms and what they mean
Combining the GPS tracking device invented by two Hongkongers and GoogleMaps can make mountaineering much safer.
With its rugged mountains and awesome views, Hong Kong is a great hiking city. But what happens if you get lost between two peaks? A GPS tracking device invented by two Hongkongers is making...
Hong Kong's girls' squash team claimed silver
The Hong Kong squash team bagged a silver and a bronze medal on Friday as the Asian Youth Games ended in Nanjing .
Gary Chan kicks back on his solar-powered recumbent bicycle.
If you find yourself walking through Kwun Tong after midnight, don't be surprised to see someone pedalling along on something that looks like a Harley-Davidson. It's one of the incredible creations...
Financial Secretary John Tsang's plan for spending tax money has taken some steps to improve productivity and education, with plenty of initiatives aimed at students. Yet, the budget must do more to...
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Whether you’re for or against any given motion during a debate, these are some key things all debaters should keep in mind.
Let's check in with some of our favourites as they return to TV for the fall schedule!
Only 18 months after their brilliant self-titled album, post-punk band Preoccupations are back with the aptly-titled New Material.
We've all heard the music, but do we know where it comes from?
The Cambridge Analytica scandal in March sent regulators into a frenzy. That’s because they realised the implications of the pervasiveness of modern tech companies, including the fact they can sway...
We asked our readers what colour would they want the world to be, if everything was only one colour. Here are some of our favourite answers.
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 ...
Thanks to all the superhero movies Marvel and DC Comics have lined up, comic books have never been more popular or cool. These days, there are plenty of apps out there for all kinds of comic book...
This week, we asked our readers: what sport or activity would you like to see as an event at the next Olympics? Here are our favourite answers!
With nothing negative, citizens of this futuristic utopia live in harmony. But this seemingly perfect world is hiding dark secrets from a past only one person remembers.
Social-media-savvy protesters share honour with US President Donald Trump, K-pop giants BTS, singer Ariana Grande and more.
Professor Zhang attended a forum with students on Thursday evening, and vowed to listen more carefully their voices in the future.
 
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