Community organisations in Hong Kong are fighting to improve society through policy suggestions, but the system isn't always on their side.
'Pokémon Sleep': New game from makers of mobile hit 'Pokémon Go' turns sleeping into a gameplay mechanic
This might be Snorlax's new favourite game...
3 Hong Kong Smarter Senior Programme bridges the digital divide between students and elderly citizens
As part of World Telecommunication and Information Society Day, the project taught older people how to use apps and play mobile games, while promoting inter-generational harmony.
Nepal hosts the first Wheelchair Asia Cup T20 Cricket Tournament in Kathmandu. The four-day tournament saw Nepal, India, Pakistan and Bangladesh take each other on.
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More than 20,000 students, alumni and teachers from schools and universities, including Legco members' alma maters, oppose the fugitive bill.
Keep your gastrointestinal tract in good shape with these delicious additions to your diet.
The ultimate Brain Game winner will win Apple AirPods.
The famous physicist predicted gravitational waves a century before scientists actually discovered them.
Citizens across 28 Europeans countries headed out last week to cast their votes in the European Union elections.
JUST READ IT Answers: Story of Sriracha: how hot sauce launched by refugee from Vietnam spawned a food empire [May 29, 2019]
1. spicy; vinegary; garlicky 2. People have tattoos of the bottle. / There are Sriracha personalised license plates. / Astronauts took it into space. (any 2) 3. C
The upcoming action-adventure movie stars Zhang Ziyi and 'Stranger Things'' Millie Bobby Brown in her feature film debut.
In the wake of Sunday's climate march, Legco member Chu Hoi-dick will ask the Environment Secretary how far the city will go to address climate change.
The cost of housing in Hong Kong is forcing people to give up their dreams, says the maker of this Unicef Make a Video entry
Many Hongkongers cannot afford to buy a flat. According to the Legislative Council Commission, small- and medium-sized flat prices have almost tripled in the past 10 years.
Thousands of students from more than 80 secondary schools in Hong Kong have signed joint petitions opposing the proposed amendments to the city’s extradition law.
Iconic American children's show Sesame Street is turning 40 on Tuesday, marking four decades of what could be one of the...
Debaters may have done extensive research and prepared powerful arguments, but an ineffective presentation can ruin...
Refers to: "Shanghai Disney park gets go-ahead' by Will Clem in Shanghai, Dennis Eng and Yvonne Liu Where to find it: on the front page of the South China Morning Post, November 5, 2009
In reference to: 'Telemarketers to police themselves' by Joshua But Where to find it: on the front page of the South China Morning Post, November 4, 2009
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Parrots are becoming increasingly popular as pets and lifelong partners for Hongkongers. Paul Lee Kee-kee, president of Hong Kong International Parrot Association, says more locals are...
After years of personal troubles, Whitney Houston is back in business with her latest album, I Look To You. This collection of...
Kary Ng's first EP Keep Breathing is full of soft melodies, and none of the more uptempo numbers of her...
Award-winning author Jenny Valentine's new novel, The Ant Colony, will interest teenage readers who like to read about real people sorting out their lives. The inhabitants of...
Evil beings are scheming to bring chaos to the peaceful Third Independent Trade City in a new fantasy anime called The Sacred Blacksmith. The anime is based on...
Ugly Betty takes a serious turn in the third season...
Based on the comic book adventures written and drawn by Osamu Tezuka, Japan's 'Godfather of anime', Astro Boy chronicles the adventures of...
This term, Young Post is inviting class teams from all over Hong Kong to produce our Tuesday covers. That's right - the whole thing.
Students from the Shung Tak English College took the 'Make the headlines' challenge and wrote today's Young Post cover.
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You are now in the universe of the last video game you played. What game is it and how is life going?
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.
HIGHER REACHES ANSWERS: Shepherd saves Hongkonger on Silk Road cycle as hypothermia sends him to sleep in Kyrgyzstan mountain pass [November 13, 2018]
1. D 2. (i) regain = lose (ii) wolf = shepherd (iii) correct (iv) immediately = later
The British singer had already posted an apology video on his Instagram stories, but this post is more reassuring.
Student mental health should be top priority for schools during stressful exam periods, says Education Bureau
Social workers or counselling staff should be informed if sudden and drastic change in behaviour is detected.
Thai government may fast-track citizenship for three of the rescued boys and their young coach, who are technically stateless.
The sequel to the hugely popular 1990s movie, starring NBA great Michael Jordan, is due to start filming next year.
Here at Young Post we have quite a few animal lovers, but none as devoted to adorableness on the internet as our editorial co-ordinator Cherry. So here is your Tuesday Cutesday pick-me-up in the form...
When Jerry Allen Bradford tried to kill his seven puppies, he hadn't counted on his plan backfiring painfully.
You have HK$500 to survive for a year without going broke (you must have at least10 cents left). If you succeed, you get HK$10,000,000. How do you do it?
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. Then readers can vote...
For those of you who are only familiar with the Star Trek universe thanks to the two recent blockbusters from JJ Abrams, there's a lot more to discover.
TSAs are important to schools to show where they might be going wrong, says Ma On Shan Methodist Primary School principal, Chan Kam-fai.
How female gamers learning about the video game industry will fight gender imbalance and sexism from within that community
Developer Creative Assembly is actively encouraging girls to explore careers in the video game industry.
Follow these tips to take your building and shooter skills to the next level.
The ultimate Brain Game winner will win Apple AirPods.
Hong Kong extradition law: Protest art from HK streets illustrate how people feel about fugitive bill
As well as joining the mass protests on June 9, June 12 and June 16, many people used their creativity to express their feelings about recent events.
Hong Kong extradition law: Live updates as protesters surround police HQ and other government buildings on June 21
Follow our updates as Hong Kong prepares for another day of protests, strikes and demonstrations across the city.