One of the winning teams at the Solve for Tomorrow competition tell us how they're helping those with Special Education Needs.
Ethnic minorities, despite calling Hong Kong their home, aren’t properly represented in government.
Teenage tech prodigy Emma Yang created an app to help those suffering from the neurological disorder cope with the disease.
The spoken-word poet also shares his thoughts on the power of language to heal, transform, and break down barriers.
The French, Hoi An-based photographer believes people are capable of having a much broader idea of what beauty means than what the press often portrays.
The HK students are raising money for Rett Syndrome, a disease that almost exclusively affects girls.
The ultimate Brain Game winner will win a iPad mini 4 (128gb).
Hate it when you can’t talk back? Well, you can with Young Post. Have your say and share with students around Hong Kong.
Meet the students being put through their paces to compete in Hong Kong’s muckiest obstacle course, the Mud Race.
The impressive new records were set in the girls' relays and high jump categories.

Young Giant Tortoises set free in the Galapagos

Conservationists release 155 giant tortoises of the Chelonoidis hoodensis breed on Santa Fe island in the Galapagos to help replace a similar species that died out 150 years ago
It is estimated that half of all women and girls in poor countries are forced to use rags, cloths, grass and paper during their periods.
Contrary to what the school said, the students said the teachers did not seem to show any concern for their safety.
Team captain Jasper Wong’s inspirational performance leads her school to thrilling victory in Jing Ying handball final.
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 …
All the girls aged 12 to 14 from Holy Family Canossian College had developed fever and other symptoms and sought medical attention.
Whether your school is striking on March 15 or not, there are many ways you can join the climate change campaign.
The monsters of our imaginations are all scary. Anais Ross looks at which one can claim to be most terrifying...
Could the 13th Detective Conan movie, The Raven Chaser, be the one that leads Kudo Shinichi to the answers he's been looking for all this time?
In new anime Letter Bee, postal agents not only have to deal with bad weather and vast distances, they also have to...
The phrase 'cat got your tongue?' takes on a whole new meaning for a high school student in Nyan Koi, as he finds he can not only understand and speak to cats but is...
Slam-dunking is taken to new heights in Basquash! where basketball is played by giant mechas called Big Foots instead of people. Big Foot Basketball (BFB) is...
A giant meteor is on course to cause the earth's destruction, but Lex Luthor is there to save humanity. Yes, you read that right: Superman's arch-nemesis will...
The Sony PSP has had a makeover. It's now smaller and lighter than ever, with a sophisticated design featuring a sliding display panel. It has been christened the PSPgo. After the incredibly...
Students from Tin Ka Ping Secondary School are ready to take on Hong Kong's most challenging outdoor event - in what has become a...
Extra, extra, read all about it: what's to become of a fine tradition
We finally made it home! Silent Sound sailed into Halifax Harbour on October 10, completing her four-month journey through the Canadian Arctic. It was...
Thai sensation Tata Young third English-language album, Ready For Love is aimed at...
Celebrating more than a quarter-century of hits, Celebration is Madonna's third greatest hits album...
While Astro Boy rockets onto the big screen across the world, another Osamu Tezuka creation roars its...
Katherine Langrish's Troll trilogy stands out among the stacks of fantasy novels weighing down youth fiction bookshelves. In her new book, Dark Angel...
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The Joint University Programmes Admissions System (Jupas) Office advises applicants who receive an offer to take it.
At Crossfit852 everyone pushes and encourages everyone else.
I have always loved sports, but I've never enjoyed the gym much. Finding the motivation to go is hard, and even when I get there I am quite non-committal in my efforts without anyone to push me. I...
April studying Economics at the Quantitative Skills Center, Pomona College
The way our ECON051 (Macroeconomics Principles) class is organised, we have either an assignment or a quiz (with the exception of the mid-term session) every Wednesday. During each class, we also...
Natalie (in red) stayed with a warm, forthcoming ethnic minority family in China
If you want to get involved through community service, you would probably want your service project to be a success. The question is, without experiences and resources, how?
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Hello world! Welcome to my first blog. I can’t thank Young Post enough for giving me this chance to write a regular blog about physics and math.
If you like to write, take photographs or make videos in your free time, have a passion for reporting, have a blog, or just want to share your enthusiasm with the YP community, the Junior Reporters ...
UN Women Goodwill Ambassador Emma Watson (right) with UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon
Minutes after Harry Potter star Emma Watson addressed the United Nations, my Facebook newsfeed was filled with shares and comments featuring the video. Granted, I go to a women's college where our...
Re-elected Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff waves to the crowd following her win on October 26, 2014
Dilma Rousseff should strike a middle ground between business and consumer interests by launching efficient social programs while making it easy to do business.
Each week members of Team YP debate life's important issues in casual dialogues. This week ...
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After leaving Ol Pejeta Conservancy reluctantly, we immediately set out for our next checkpoint — Mount Kenya. The tight schedule did not affect our interest ...
For her last blog on her journey to Pakistan, YP junior reporter Jessie Pang recalls all the beautiful people she met, lessons she learned, and memories she made.
Time for a major Throwback Tuesday!! #tbt
Young Post has three pairs of tickets for K-pop boy dance group ONF’s concert on Friday, March 29 to give away!
We asked our readers: If you could change your birthday to any day of the year, what day would you pick and why? Here are our favourite answers
Everyone has their own dream: some want to be singers, some want to be artists. However, society has high expectations of our youngsters and expects them to have great achievements.

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