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While they may have signed to Sammi Cheng's record label, the band is staying true to its musical origins
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School-based concern groups are using social media platforms to encourage peers to attend this anti-Elab demonstration.
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The iconic building in Tsim Sha Tsui is known for great food and cheap accommodation, but it’s the inhabitants that make the complex so special.
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With his film 'Dance. Create Miracles', Wah Yan College alumnus Parco Ho aims to explore what's still seen as a taboo in Chinese culture.
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This week's artist is Cecilia Lau Wai-in, a Form Six student at Holy Trinity College. She talks about creating her own identity through her drawings...
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Facing increased competition and hawker controls, roving ice-cream vendors are becoming scarce these days. But the vans and motorcycles still attract young people...
No matter how naturally talented you are, the right school can help you realise your full potential. This is why David Goodenough is in Hong Kong...
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The scientist famously watched an apple fall from a tree, and made one of the most important scientific discoveries of all time
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While many students are scared of speaking in public, some have a passion for it...
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Peter Jackson is obviously still in the grip of an obsession with CGI in The Lovely Bones, to the extent that he misses the point of using the effects to help tell a story...
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If you're worried The Last Station isn't for you just because you don't have the nerve to tackle War and Peace, don't...
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The only woman to have served as British prime minister adopted policies that remain controversial to this day; but the public voted for her three times
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Anime J-pop girl band Kalafina rocked the house to a packed auditorium at the Hong Kong International Trade & Exhibition Centre...
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Ellie Goulding released her debut album Lights at the top of the UK Albums Chart,only to find it drop 15 places in the second week...
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Two decades after he first came up with idea, Andrew Lloyd Webber's long-awaited new show Love Never Dies opened in London early this month...
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In Michelle Louvric's captivating fantasy The Undrowned Child, Venice is as much a character as a setting...
A teenager joins the Leningrad Youth Aeroclub to follow in the footsteps of legendary Russian pilot Marina Raskova.
Voices from the city speak about what the events of June 4, 1989 mean to them.
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 …
Tammy Ho Lai-ming is the President of PEN HK, a Hong Kong-based writers’ society, and the founding co-editor of Cha: An Asian Literary Journal.
An excerpt of a letter by victim families support group Tiananmen Mothers, who are mourning those killed in the June 4 crackdown.
Junior reporters visit the only exhibition in China that is dedicated to those who died during the events of 1989.
Originally created for a banner during the Umbrella Movement, local designer Kit Man's font has become a symbol of the city's might.
The film may not quite match up to 2004 smash hit 'Fahrenheit 9/11', but is necessary viewing nonetheless.
Organisers say this year's turnout exceeds 2012 and 2014, but police estimate crowd was 37,000 at most.
More than 180,000 people arrived at Victoria Park to mark the anniversary of June 4
The ultimate Brain Game winner will win Apple AirPods.
Fitbit-style bands record when pupils enter and exit campus, but do not have a GPS location-tracking function.
The English Schools Foundation (ESF) is easily the largest international education foundation in the city. It is about to face a test threatening the very fabric of its existence
Traditional, authentic, homely Vietnamese cuisine. Bustling energy of this popular joint makes up for a lacklustre setting, as does excellent cooking and attentive service.
Flashing disco lights blasted colours of blue, pink, orange and green onto the thousands of audience ecstatically dancing along to Elton John’s music.
It seems that dealing with climate change is a no-brainer, but here's where the nations disagree
Climate talks kicked off in Paris today - one day after Beijing's pollution levels triggered the city's second-highest air alert
PARIS – From restoring degraded land to financing hydro-power dams and creating jobs for refugees, the world needs to come up with more innovative solutions to the linked challenges of climate change...
Competition was fierce at the A-grade Inter-school Volleyball Competition at Shek Kip Mei Park Sports Centre on Sunday.
Not many people outside science-fiction can claim to be a doctor of space. Even fewer can claim the title "Doctor of Space Plasma". Dr Patrick "Paddy" Neumann is one of them.
Tattoos are becoming more common among celebrities and have been popularised by the media. But how do people in Hong Kong feel about those 'designs' on the skin?
After spending a fortnight doing community service for school at St Barnabas' Society and Home, Catherine Wang wanted to share the real stories of some of the people who use the facility
London markets sell everything from flowers to food, antiques to modern designer clothes, trendy shoes to old books and vinyl records.
London markets sell everything from flowers to food, antiques to modern designer clothes, trendy shoes to old books and vinyl records.
Every Wednesday we ask our Brain Game contestants one interesting, thought-provoking or just plain quirky question. Vote for your favourite answer.
Hate it when you can't talk back? Well, you can with Young Post. Have your say and share with students around Hong Kong
The Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data has reminded young people not to leave their "digital footprint" on websites and mobile apps as their personal information may be misused.
Hong Kong protesters are calling for a peaceful show of solidarity inspired by the Baltic Way political demonstration which happened on August 23, 1989.
The ‘Mulan’ actress came under fire after showing support for the Hong Kong Police Force last week on Chinese social media platform Weibo.
The video for the title track from her upcoming seventh album, released during a YouTube livestream, is packed with hidden clues and heartwarming cuteness.
 
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