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We rate the best computer options for teens at secondary school based on display, design and value for money.
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They are the first school from Hong Kong to win this prestigious global singing contest.
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Lovables, a company founded at Renaissance College, make it their mission to create stuffed animals that represents those with disabilities.
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Do your bit for the environment when you shop: buy food in bulk, and avoid single-use plastic packaging
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Jon Blake's setting for The Last Free Cat is futuristic , but not so bizarre that readers will dismiss it as impossible...
Nearly all the stories we hear about climate change are negative. But there are also some climate change winners...
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The city is increasingly dominated by giant glittering malls, but a handful of small shops in Yau Ma Tei that have sold the same...
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Semi-final: HKMA David Li Kwok Po College vs Ying Wa College. Motion: Kong is taking care of people with disabilities
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Your chance to explore this year's Lunar New Year attractions at Hong Kong Disneyland...
Find out who won the trip to New Zealand offered by Proactive Study Abroad
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Some teenagers may think inadequate sleep is not a problem, but a recent study should serve as a wake-up call to change their lifestyle. US researchers have found that...
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For some people, the 2004 South Asian tsunami may be a distant memory. But it's very much in the minds of students and teachers from Renaissance College who are...
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Corals are probably best known for forming the beautiful Great Barrier Reef in Australia. But in Asia, the marine organisms are admired for a very different reason...
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Fu Hin-ngai, a Year 12 student at Sha Tin College, spends, on average, three hours a day listening to music, particularly when he's getting around town. Hin-ngai is not alone...
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As a sailor, almost nothing is as depressing as seeing pollution in the wide blue ocean. It's not unusual when we're thousands of kilometres from land to see...
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For many filmmakers, a tight budget and literal broken back would be enough to make anyone quit. Terry Gilliam, the director of The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus, experienced both, but
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Directed by Martin Provost, Seraphine is a beautiful portrait of an unhappy artist swathed in talent and then, sadly, in madness...
John Lee Ka-chiu was asked why the Special Tactical Squad did not have identification numbers on their uniforms, among other questions.
Pro-democracy legislators were not satisfied with the Chief Executive's apology, even though it was her second one in three days.
Anti-China sentiment seems to be very much in fashion but let's not forget the purpose of the proposed bill is to help bring criminals to justice.
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.
The dream of international unity is not as far-fetched as it may seem.
From a new ‘Luigi’s Mansion’ for the Nintendo Switch to ‘Inception’-inspired indie puzzler Manifold Garden, here are the standouts from this year’s expo
There is no need to be stressed about university exams if you are doing a programme you truly enjoy.
Next month's event will featuring acoustic, folk, jazz and other laidback tunes, not to mention delicious food.
Follow our updates as Hong Kong prepares for another day of protests, strikes and demonstrations across the city.
We asked our readers what celebrity wardrobe they would love to raid. From Taylor Swift’s quirky outfits or Jeffree Star’s designer shoes, here are our favourite answers.
Support! International Foundation partnered with local schools to make language learning more accessible for less privileged children in the city.
Legal advice from the Progressive Lawyers Group and Civil Human Rights Front.
Joining the Junior Reporters' Club gives you the opportunity to experience life as a real journalist.

'Big step forward' as twin pandas grow up

Born to a wild father and captive mother, nearly one-year-old twin pandas rolled on the grass in a conservation base in southwest China, marking an important achievement in the preservation of the...
China has gained a lot of influence in many countries because of the 'One Belt, One Road' initiative.
Mounting sanctions, mysterious rockets, Twitter showdowns and threats of force.
Protests in more than 1,400 cities expected to attract more than the 1.4 million people who took part on March 15 - but won't include Hong Kong students.
Protest organisers are asking citizens to walk out of work ahead of a crucial United Nations summit and demand immediate action.
We asked our readers: If you had a robot for the entire day, what would you ask it to do? Here are our favourite answers.
Never dismiss an idea out of hand just because it sounds stupid, says this year’s Student of the Year Grand Prize winner - that’s how some of the greatest innovations are achieved.
Protests were expected to be held in more than 1,600 places in 110 countries. The Hong Kong march will take place on Sunday.
1. D 2. thank it and throw it away 3. zen 4. B 5. He regrets buying them.
In fourth studio effort and follow-up to 2015's 'Emotion', the former 'Canadian Idol' participant is still in fine form.
The 12-year-old student at Canadian International School of Hong Kong says finding the right climbing style for your body type is the key to success.
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Attitude is a little thing that makes a big difference
Marium became known as the 'nation's sweetheart' after photos of her being fed and hugged spread across social media in April.
More than 22,000 people joined the "Protect our Next Generation, Speak for our Conscience" march. We talked to a few of these educators about their reasons for demonstrating.
Home to beaches, fresh seafood and beautiful Instagram-worthy backdrops, the second-largest city in the country is the perfect place to spend a day.
 
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