The gold hunters are in town. Hong Kong's largest sporting extravaganza - the East Asian Games (EAG) - officially opens this Saturday. A few events...
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Local bagpipe lovers were thrilled with a recent visit by celebrated master Bill Robertson. More than 10 years after the handover, the bagpipes are one of...
Canto-rocker Denise Ho Wan-sze, aka Hocc, released her latest studio record, Heroes...
Karaoke favourites the Carpenters joined their record company 40 years ago; 40/40 celebrates four decades of memorable music with a...
Mary Hoffman, a skilled writer of historical fiction for teens, takes us back to the South of France at the start of the 13th century in Troubadour
Like a bowl of congee, Julie & Julia gives an instant hit of emotional comfort. In this true story, the hard work...
Celebrating the series' 10th anniversary, Keroro the Movie 4 opens as a mysterious giant being appears on earth. Nobody...
A naive young girl and a magical stuffed toy are on a mission to heal wounded hearts in new anime Kobato
November 30, 2009 - 'Three writs seek hk$ 91m from accountant'
The first words I said to my father when Silent Sound finally arrived in Halifax after sailing through the Canadian Arctic were...
What it's like to grow up an ethnic minority in HK, and why the Diversity List is needed to address our city's discrimination
Ethnic minorities, despite calling Hong Kong their home, aren’t properly represented in government.
HKUST to build a super space camera that will allow scientists to study objects so far away they were previously undetectable
The project set to show new insights into the nature of light from far-off places in the universe.
SOTY 2018: Science and Maths candidates thrown by unexpected questions, and inspired to rethink the purpose of their education
The finalists of the Student of the Year Science and Mathematics category had to answer the judges in ways they'd not prepared for.
Let’s broaden, not harden, our views
Writer and lecturer Marie Myung-Ok Lee reflects on last week’s US college admissions scandal, and her own university experience.
Letters from the Dorm: How learning to cook at uni has made me into an Instagram foodie, and strengthened my friendships
Before I left Hong Kong to study in Britain, I could just about make a bowl of instant noodles and boil an egg. My mum is an excellent cook, so I never bothered to learn to make a proper dish.
Leading lights: Winner of English public speaking contest calls out how HK's education system underrates students' worth
The top three students in a public speaking contest tell us how they approached the task and succeeded in getting their message across.
Don't criticise students for being part of protests like the #ClimateStrike; if they aren't striking, schools are failing to educate them
In an age where children and teenagers have the same tools of achieving change as the rest of us, we will continue to see them take up power on the big issues of our time.
These eco-friendly, zero-waste methods work well in Hong Kong’s warm humid weather.
Seven students injured after driver loses control of school bus in HK, less than six hours after similar vehicle flipped on highway
Police say driver hit railings along road at noon outside St Antonius Primary School.
Young Post has three pairs of tickets for K-pop boy dance group ONF’s concert on Friday, March 29 to give away!
Pak Kau College students win Samsung competition with Stream device that helps SEN students learn Chinese characters
One of the winning teams at the Solve for Tomorrow competition tell us how they're helping those with Special Education Needs.
Our world would be a much better place if we are able to listen to each other while staying calm and rational.
Not only will the Lantau Tomorrow Vision not solve HK's housing problem, it's not worth the environmental damage it'll cause
When Chief Executive Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor announced the “Lantau Tomorrow Vision” in her policy address last year, many people said they didn’t think it was a good idea.
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
Tennis prodigy Coleman Wong doesn't let defeat get him down as he works towards playing in a Grand Slam
When Coleman Wong, a 13-year-old Diocesan Boys’ School (DBS) student, isn’t serving aces and playing volleys, he is unfazed by the pressure of being Hong Kong’s biggest tennis prodigy.
How a HK student went from admiring her idols to performing with them in London's West End, and how she's paying it forward
One local found the courage to follow her heart, and it’s paying off ... big time.
Donna has some big news to share with her mother.
Talking Points: should the government spend HK$32 billion on a sports park when one in five in HK live below the poverty line?
Hate it when you can’t talk back? Well, you can with Young Post. Have your say and share with students around Hong Kong.
It’s not a final ruling, but the US Supreme Court is letting the Trump administration to ban travel to the US by residents of six mostly Muslim countries.
How a 12-year-old DBS' student's art takes him all over the world to win awards and experience the kindness of strangers
At just 12, Kenny Lau is already an international award-winning painter. So where does his inspiration come from?
It takes more than knowing how to dance, sing, act, or play an instrument well, to qualify as a finalist for the Student of the Year’s (SOTY) Performing Artist category.
A junior reporter takes a look at the history of Bangladesh, the rise of its economy, and how the country can use its strengths to develop into a force to be reckoned with.
Our city came behind Russia and Singapore in the survey of Grade Four primary school students .
Because interesting, well-rounded characters of any gender make a book better
It all started in January, when the presidents signed an order to ban the citizens of seven nations
After a close round, a young junior debater nervously laughed and asked: “Wasn’t this a prepared motion at the world championships? Why is it being used as a junior impromptu motion in Hong Kong?” I...
This followed a public postal vote, in which 80 per cent of eligible voters took part, and more than 60 per cent voted yes.
Judge delays sentencing of Joshua Wong and 15 activists for defying court order during 2014 Occupy protests
Lawyers for the 16 highlighted the mitigating factors in their clients’ cases during a two-hour court session
Who, what, where, and when? Before you head to cinemas for the epic finale to Phase Three of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, here’s our recap of where we last saw the superheroes.
‘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.
UPDATED: Retired pastor Chu Yiu-ming gets suspended sentence at Occupy sentencing; Tanya Chan's lawyer reveals lawmaker's life-threatening condition
Chan Kin-man and Benny Tai were both sentenced to 16-months in jail.