What can you do with recyclable things that can’t be placed into the tricolour recycling bins?
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Joanna Kwok has succeeded in the maritime industry by overcoming outdated gender stereotypes; now she hopes other girls will do the same.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.
The meme-sharing megasite was started by Hong Kong university students in 2008, and also has a popular mobile app and Instagram account.
There’s more to life than just education and employment – think about taking some time out to find out who you are.
At Ocean Park’s International STEAM Education Conference, Professor Peter Taylor explains why combining art and science is so important.
Former Chief Executive Tung Chee-hwa Tung said the curriculum, which his own government introduced in 2009, was "a failure".
Candidates’ major source of worry came from their ‘exam results not matching their expectations’.
Hong Kong martial arts superstar Donnie Yen Tze-dan took up the viral video challenge with a stylish jumping, spinning kick.
The singer and actress, who is one half of the musical act Halle x Chloe, and appears on ''Black-ish' spinoff 'Grown-ish' with Halle Bailey will play a rare princess of colour.
The Hong Kong Examinations and Assessment Authority has released the full details for DSE results release day.
The controversy surrounding Swift and her former record label takes a bit of explaining.
The Hong Kong Observatory expects rain and thunder to continue to affect the city until the weekend.
Our VIP passes to the annual book exhibition at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre lets you skip the queues.
After photos purportedly of a watch showing a much earlier time than the video was said to be filmed, the police chief has refuted the claims.
Renaissance College students explain how traditionalists fear for the future of Chinese culture
Students from the Hong Kong International School took the 'Make the headlines' challenge and wrote today's Young Post cover.
Rush hour is all too often a gridlock, but the emissions from bumper-to-bumper traffic don't have any trouble getting around. Vehicle exhaust fumes are...
Museums are the perfect places to hide secrets. The Scatterhorn Museum in The Museum's Secret is...
Carnegie Medal winner Tim Bowler's teenage psychological thriller Bloodchild holds readers in its vice-like grip from the very first page. A teenage boy is...
It has been said The Founding of a Republic will only appeal to people born after the 1980s who are keen on Chinese history, elderly citizens who lived through...
On their second album If I Am ..., local band Mr show how far they've come in terms of musical craftsmanship and technique. It's...
Mariah Carey's most recent album Memoirs of an Imperfect Angel seems to have popped up with relatively little fanfare for the publicity-loving diva. Granted she...
Young Post reporter Timothy Chui will be speaking with features writer Ben Sin about the evolution of street ball in Hong Kong.
WHAT’S ON TV? Listen to an announcer giving details about what’s on evening TV for four days this week on a UK channel. When you have heard each evening’s programme schedule, fill in the missing...
Paraplegic Eeva Simons is proof that a physical disability need not bar anyone from taking to the stage and dancing. With deft handling, she can put her wheelchair through...
The first Reporter's Club workshop coming up on 26th October. Check here to see if you're part of the lucky ones attending. Workshop FULL
A debate isn't won on the logic of a team's arguments alone. But by putting forward well-prepared arguments, a team can better protect themselves from...
Your school made it to the finals of one interschool sports competition? Be the reporter of the event!
Your editor Susan Ramsay explains how you to procede if you want to write a story of your own.
Jaws, Shark Tale, Sharknado: the world is fascinated with sharks. So why do we still allow the practise of cutting off their fins for food to continue?
We mustn't be closed minded about visiting new countries and experiencing other cultures.
We live in uncertain times, with governments and systems collapsing as in Venezuela, nationalistic sentiments on the rise, and despots threatening nuclear warfare.
Inaccurate names are due to property developers wanting classy sounding names to sell more flats.
What we put on the internet is "forever", so Moms and Dads should stop trying to make children viral.
Win an hour of trampoline fun at Bounce with Young Post's photo caption contest!
Superheroes are all the rage right now. You've got "The Flash", "Daredevil", "Heroes", "Arrow", and "Gotham" as mainstream hits. You've even got shows about lame-o normals who just happen to work...
Co-founder Benny Tai Yiu-ting (middle) announces the official start of Occupy Central
Benny Tai Yiu-ting announced at around 1:30am, Sunday that Occupy Central has officially begun at the Central Government Offices.
The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child has changed laws and practices, and improved the lives of millions of children.
20 November 2014 marked the 25th anniversary since the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child was adopted at the General Assembly. Are children better off now than they were 25 years...
These days, the villagers of Tai O fishing village rely more on tourism than fishing to keep themselves afloat financially.
When I arrived at Tai O fishing village after a 50-minute bus ride from Tung Chung, the first thing that hit me was the pungent odour of salted fish. This smell captures the essence of local fishing...
The Silent Sound is on her way to the Canadian Arctic. We left Canada on June 6 and are sailing north. Our friends and family were there to see us off, and although it was...
The Joint University Programmes Admissions System (Jupas) Office advises applicants who receive an offer to take it.
Students protesting at Tamar Park on Thursday night.
By boycotting classes, Hong Kong students hope their voices are strong enough that the Beijing government might listen and eventually change its mind about its restrictive ruling. Has Beijing heard...
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Financial Secretary John Tsang Chun-wah received a lot of criticism for his recent blog discussing how the International Wine and Spirits Fair reflected the city's improving standard of living.
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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