Nobody had high hopes for the third and final movie in the Pokémon XY series, but it proved itself to be a family-friendly and entertaining ride filled with magic and excitement.
Grammy award-winning The Flaming Lips have been churning out psychedelic rock albums since 1983. Their most recent effort, Oczy Mlody, was released this month following a handful of singles.
Following his global success with debut Tremors, electronic and alternative R’n’B artist SOHN returns with his second full-length Rennen through prestigious indie label 4AD.
Charlie Law is fourteen, and has always lived in Little Town. But even Charlie has seen the place change for the worse. Little Town is not the community it used to be.
A Hong Kong photographer has created an ingenious picture series of a Lego Batman helping to do good deeds and defeat evil in the city through small acts of kindness.
Financial Secretary Paul Chan Mo-po faces pressure to spend the surplus, six times higher than his original prediction, in the city’s budget instead of saving it.
You’ve probably got a small fortune in small coins, you just don’t know it. The Hong Kong Monetary Authority’s Coin Collection Programme is here to help with that.
While it is mandatory for many students in Hong Kong to learn Hanyu Pinyin in Putonghua classes, Cantonese Pinyin is rarely used to learn pronunciations of Traditional Chinese.
Most people have probably never heard of 111-year-old linguist Zhou Youguang. But if you’re learning Chinese, you’ve seen his work.
Ying Wa College’s handball stars and twin brothers deny they can read each other’s minds. But when they play for the same team, they can be a powerful force.
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’s topic is ...
Financial Secretary Paul Chan has issued warnings about possible trouble in the global economy, with countermeasures planned if Hong Kong is impacted by US President Donald Trump’s protectionist...
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Every Wednesday we ask our Brain Game contestants one interesting, thought-provoking or just plain quirky question. Their answers will be published anonymously in Young Post.
A little boy sets separated from his family in India and gets adopted by an Australia couple. Over 20 years later, he uses Google Earth to try to find out who he once was.