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Former commissioner who oversaw police response to the Umbrella Movement in 2014 would become the executive director at the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime.
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Hong Kong June 4 Vigil for Tiananmen Crackdown

What do Hong Kong students think of the annual June 4 Vigil for the Tiananmen Square Crackdown?
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The best female footballers from around the world will battle it out for the top prize in the weeks ahead.
The Philippines has shipped 1,500 tons of waste back to Canada, just days after Malaysia announced it would return 450 tons of imported plastic waste.
The Centre for Health Protection has reminded the public to carry and drink plenty of water to prevent dehydration while engaging in outdoor activities.
Wong Yue-ching, who won one gold and one silver medal at the Dubai 2017 Asian Youth Para Games, trains with iron weights on her paddles to build strength.
Patient said she was ‘grossed out’, adding she had long been suffering from hallucinations, insomnia and, when managing to sleep, nightmares.
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Kitchen Ninja: Decorating a cupcake

Welcome to our new video series on learning several basic kitchen skills! Getting a perfect swirl on your cupcake is vital so with the help of Towngas COOKING SCHOOL teacher Jodie Au, our cadet...

Dim sum with Sam Tsui and Kurt Schneider

Sam Tsui and Kurt Schneider were back in Hong Kong so along with two lucky fans, we brought them some local breakfast. Over har gaus and radish cakes, they talked about their latest ASIA TOUR and...

Don't quit your day job: Waiter

A summer job is often the first real job for teens. This got us thinking at Young Post. What would we do if we weren't journalists? So each week this summer, members of the team will be trying a NEW...

Kitchen Ninja: Preparing herbs

Fresh herbs pull a recipe together better than dried ones, by infusing DISHES with lovely aromas and flavours. With the help of Towngas Cooking Centre's Kaley Leung, our cadet Winnie shows you how to...

Don't quit your day job: Baker

What would our reporters do if they weren't journalists? Each week this summer, members of the team will be trying a NEW JOB. This week, Junior Reporters Manager John gets himself into a sticky...

Skateboarding in Hong Kong

Skateboarding is no longer just an underground sport. With skate parks springing up across the city, there has never been a better time to give it a go. Hidden away in Fanling is the home to the SBC...

Kitchen Ninja: Chopping onions

In the third video of our kitchen skills series, Towngas Cooking Centre's Kaley Leung and our cadet Sharon show how to dice up an onion SAFELY, quickly and efficiently.

Don't quit your day job: Chef

What happens when someone who can count the number of times they've ever cooked is unleashed in a professional kitchen? Web reporter Young gets thrown into the fire at the French WINDOW in IFC as she...

Kitchen Ninja: How to joint a chicken

We're kicking things up a notch in our kitchen skills series and PICKING UP the big knives. Towngas Cooking Centre's Kaley Leung and our cadet Winnie demonstrates how to separate a entire chicken...

Bounce around at Ryze, HK's first trampoline park

See what the hype is all about at Hong Kong's first TRAMPOLINE park as we speak to co-founder Case Lawrence to find out more about our city's newest attraction.

Don't quit your day job: Groom

With NO INTEREST in animals, deputy editor Karly is the perfect team YP member to try her hand at grooming horses in the summer heat.

Kitchen Ninja: Making chicken stock

After you have enjoyed the meat from a chicken, it doesn't mean it's no longer useful. Towngas Cooking Centre's Kaley Leung shows how to use the leftover carcass to make a STOCK.

Don't quit your day job: Barista

The perfect cup of coffee doesn't come easily. YP reporter and would-be barista Ariel learns how to stir up something amazing with Dixon Ip. Read about her experience: http://bit.ly/1lruHXf

Kitchen Ninja: Steaming fish

If you're TIRED OF greasy fried fish where you can only taste the batter, then you'll love this delicious and healthy steam-powered alternative from Towngas Cooking Centre's Pauline Wong.

Don't quit your day job: Carpenter

Who says carpentry is a man's game? Overcoming a fear of power tools, our reporter Joyee put her skills to the test.
#BoycottMulan trends on social media after actress shares a post by Communist Party newspaper
Yesterday fans called for the concerts to be cancelled after Jackson Wang posted pro-China messages on Weibo; today the gigs were postponed.
Marium became known as the 'nation's sweetheart' after photos of her being fed and hugged spread across social media in April.

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