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Michael Jordan, J.K. Rowling, and Steve Jobs also experienced the bitter taste of failure before making it big.
Joanna Kwok has succeeded in the maritime industry by overcoming outdated gender stereotypes; now she hopes other girls will do the same.
The Hong Kong-based French photographer is holding an exhibition entitled City Poetry at the Blue Lotus Gallery.

Does Gen Z know what a Walkman is?

The Walkman just turned 40 years old, which makes it officially middle-aged. Do our Young Post cadets know what one is, and can they operate one?
Concerned that mainland Chinese tourists don't understand the reasons behind the anti-ELAB protests, groups are marching today in hot tourist areas.
The new freemium mobile game from Niantic lets Potterheads fight magical creatures and fantastic beasts in augmented reality.
Ex-Cherry Glazerr says first solo album is a time capsule of a year in her life.
The German Swiss International School student says the biggest hurdles for swimmers are often the mental ones.
We visited Canada's second-biggest city, and biggest in French-speaking Quebec, for a taste of what it has to offer.
Students from Diocesan Boys' School, St Paul's Co-educational College, Victoria Shanghai Academy and Canadian International are among the city's 34 highest achievers in the exam.
Exams, injuries, and crises of confidence – it’s all been part of this Hong Kong super teen athlete's road to victory.
In Hong Kong, there is a wealth of exam systems: IB, HKDSE, A-Level and AP. So what's the deal with IB? A recent graduate weighs the advantages and disadvantages.
Lose can’t stop losing things; Find can’t stop searching for them. Can they help each other?
Along with Dorian Gray and Benjamin Button, these fictional characters know that age is just a number.
More than 2,200 students from nearly 30 schools around the city took the exams in May, and will receive their results over the weekend.
Hong Kong's Examinations and Assessment Authority said nine boys and three girls received perfect scores of 5** in each of the four core subjects and three electives.
Jessie Pang, who helped Young Post cover the 'Umbrella Movement' in 2014, has won the Clare Hollingworth Fellowship.
Cantonese opera was recently listed by Unesco as an Intangible Cultural Asset of Humanity. Local opera lovers and performers are delighted, but warn there is...
Three years after the release of Daughtry's Grammy-nominated, self-titled debut, the band has released Leave This Town. The album is full of...
Local duo Swing - feted pop-maker Eric Kwok and human trumpet Jerald Chan - are back with a bang on Wu Dang. A feast of beautifully written music, the album...
So many romantic films paint women as incomplete without a soulmate that it's refreshing to see what happens from a male perspective. 500 Days of Summer is...
A cold-blooded killer is on the loose in Antarctica in Whiteout. There's nowhere to hide - if the murderer doesn't get you, the millions of kilometres of ice...
The art of silence_L
Silent theatrical performances have been around since the days of classical Greek masked pantomimes and classical Indian musical theatre, while elements can been...
Young Post reorter Lai Ying Kit will be discussing with news reporter Olga Wong on how the the wall-like high buildings and the heat island effect affect the city.
Developed by extreme American skateboarder Lance Mountain, finger skateboarding first caught the...
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An award-winning academic from the United States will visit Hong Kong next week and deliver a talk to young people on creativity. Tina Seelig will...
The reclusive Communist dictatorship of North Korea is a puzzle to its neighbours and the rest of the world. Tourism is organised by the government, and tourists are always...
Silent Sound sailed through a lot of ice this summer, but not nearly as much as there once was covering the Arctic seas, and not as much as...
Taking on the Taliban: a little girl's tale
Young people who want to enroll in summer school had better queue up. Local media report that on Sunday up to 700 people, mostly parents, queued up overnight outside ACME Learning Centre in Shatin.
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An air of secrecy surrounded the four people in a cafe in Causeway Bay. They're the administrators behind Hong Kong youth's most talked-about pages on Facebook.
How to join, what you will be doing and launch of the junior reporters editorial meeting
Divya Raisinghani, 14, has been dancing since she was six
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Jacky Lo (left) is thought to have fled to mainland after public outrage.
Photos of a dog churning in a washing machine have gone viral since gaining public attention last Thursday. The man who posted the photos on Facebook is thought to have fled to the mainland on...
Best Improvement category finalists show that, through grit and determination, they can achieve their life goals.
Win an hour of trampoline fun at Bounce with Young Post's photo caption contest!
When it gets cold enough to see your breath, as it has been recently, you can stay toasty with these secret drink ideas from your friends at Team YP
Greedy, racist, wrong, nasty are not words usually associated with Britain's war Prime Minister
Here is your chance to win a brand new 3D pen you can show off to your new friends!
Want to become a lawyer? It’s one of the most popular university degrees around the world, and many students do a law conversion course after studying for an unrelated bachelor’s degree.
Our Junior Reporters tell us which Easter treats are worth putting in your shopping basket and which would be better left hidden.
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Forget sticking your red packet money in your mum’s bank account – here’s how you make clever investment decisions with your Lunar New Year cash.
Every Wednesday we ask our Brain Game contestants one interesting, thought-provoking or just plain quirky question. Their answers will be published anonymously in Young Post.
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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