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OK Go's new third album Of The Blue Colour of The Sky blasts out from the very first song, ending any previous conceptions of the rock group. While the band...
After a wait of several long years, Sade is back, offering hope to the romantics of the world. However, the title of her new album, Soldier of Love, is rather...
If you're into cute and furry, you'll want to be at City University. Starting tomorrow, five students on a crusade to save Hong Kong's bunnies will be holding fund-raising activities on campus.
Anime fans who have been desperate for some new action from the Gundam franchise can rejoice: a new series is set to be released in Japan this spring called Gundam Unicorn...
Judy Blundell's What I Saw And How I lied is the story of a teenager who slowly discovers that everything she thought she knew is really a lie...
Haiti was devastated by a massive earthquake one month ago. But Haiti was already suffering from severe physical damage before the earthquake hit. Almost all...
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Lunar New Year is a time of feasts. A table groaning with meat and fish heralds a prosperous year ahead. But while the mounds of...
When 14-year-old Eric Lin Cheuk-yin was promoted from Form Two to Form Six last October, it wasn't because someone had got their sums wrong. Back in Primary Six...
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Hong Kong extradition law: Doctor's revelations on patient privacy, and updates from fresh protest happening outside Chief Executive Carrie Lam’s office on June 17
Follow our updates as Hongkongers, led by pro-democracy lawmaker Eddie Chu Hoi-dick, protest outside the Chief Executive's Office, call on city leader to speak with them.
Protesters took to the streets again in the largest protest in Hong Kong history. Organisers said there were around two million people marching from Tin Hau to Admiralty protesting the extradition...
Hong Kong extradition law: Journalists Association files complaint accusing police of violence against media at fugitive bill protests
The HKJA has listed 27 cases of alleged violence or harassment against reporters and other members of the media, including three cases where were reporters were hit in the head by tear gas.
As police switch tactics to cool tensions, Stephen Lo Wai-chung explained only those who had attacked officers with metal rods and bricks would be accused of rioting.
We spoke to the 19-year-old about suing the US government for the climate emergency, and how he empowers his people through song.
‘Biggest hobby horse event in the world’ in Seinajoki, Finland shows it’s a physically demanding sport for serious competitors
The 400 contestants jumped, barrel raced and pranced in a dressage competition. They just didn’t do it with live horses.
The highly anticipated prequel is set 64 years before the beginning of Suzanne Collins' multimillion-selling trilogy.
The Chief Executive is under pressure from protesters to withdraw the extradition bill completely, with many calling on her to step down.
Hong Kong extradition law: Chief Executive Carrie Lam offers personal apology on poor handling of bill
Hong Kong leader says sorry to citizens for the SAR government’s deficiencies over the new extradition law legislation.
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It’s not always about buying the most expensive properties, says a statistics expert from the Chinese University of Hong Kong.
The ultimate Brain Game winner will win Apple AirPods.
Hong Kong extradition law: Protests go global as events held around the world in support of massive June 16 march
Gatherings were organised in countries such as Britain, Canada, Australia, South Korea and the United States.
Hate it when you can’t talk back? Well, you can with Young Post. Have your say and share with students around Hong Kong.
Hong Kong’s Marycove Center helped turn a former child runaway into an aspiring police officer: Here’s her story
Naomi Lo reveals how her experience at the school helped turn her life around.
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Liu Haoran is a name that many know on the mainland, but and here’s why he matters so much.
The best ‘Legend of Zelda’ games: from the NES 8-bit original to Nintendo Switch smash hit ‘Breath of the Wild’
A brief history of the legendary action adventure series which stars Link, our pointy-eared hero of Hyrule.
Rapid advancement of space travel and technology does little to support ‘fake’ moon landings theory.
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BTS’ ‘Map of the Soul: Persona’ album review: K-pop kings’ collaboration with Ed Sheeran ‘Make It Right’ is highlight of stellar EP
Jin, Suga, J-Hope, RM, Jimin, V and Jungkook of the red hot boy band prove once again why they’re one of the best pop groups in the world.
An outdoor latrine can be a horrible thing.
‘The Fault in Our Stars’ author John Green - and poo - inspired the winner of ‘Young Post’ 2018 Winter Short Story writing competition Kiele Tang
The 12-year-old aspiring author from Hong Kong International School also says writing helps her make sense of her own life.
Reading the news can help you apply the topics you learn at school to real-world events – which is what examiners want.
10 teens' favourites For World Book Day, from classics by Dickens and Orwell to inspirational works of non-fiction
'A Christmas Carol', 'Tuesdays With Morrie', and 'The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time' all appear on our junior reporters' list of books they read over and over again.
The artist, whose real name is Lo Ka-yee, also talks about her DIY approach to the music video for her new single ‘Crying Underwater’.
Sara Hinesley didn't let her disability define her; born without hands the 10-year-old just won a national handwriting competition
Her mother says Sara never wears a prosthetic and figures out her own way of doing things.
The hackathon-style competition challenged local and overseas secondary students to pitch their best ideas on how to combat ocean pollution.
The super-fun single-player game has a surprisingly strong plot, solid mechanics and high replay value.
Many of the words come from pop culture and the STEM fields; some are brand new, but others have new, or different meanings today.
Hong Kong protests: Plan to form pro-democracy ‘human chains’ along MTR rail lines proposed on LIHKG
Hong Kong protesters are calling for a peaceful show of solidarity inspired by the Baltic Way political demonstration which happened on August 23, 1989.
Hong Kong protests: #SupportMulan campaign launched on Twitter after Chinese state media defends star Liu Yifei
The ‘Mulan’ actress came under fire after showing support for the Hong Kong Police Force last week on Chinese social media platform Weibo.
The music video for Taylor Swift's new single 'Lover' features Christmas trees and Easter eggs galore
The video for the title track from her upcoming seventh album, released during a YouTube livestream, is packed with hidden clues and heartwarming cuteness.