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November 20, 2009 - Censor suspected in missing Obama exclusive
The Young Post Reporters’ Club visits a charity catwalk event that aims to raise funds to teach children to read...
Despite increasing awareness of eco-tourism, access to some of Hong Kong's most beautiful islands remains limited, but one tour organiser is campaigning for that to change...
FIRST DAY AT WORK Listen to Elaine, Tom and Sophia talking about their first day at work and then answer the questions about what they have said.
November 19, 2009 - For the great communicator, China has been an uphill trip
Tomorrow marks the 20th anniversary of the implementation of the Convention on the Rights of the Child... WATCH UNICEF SPECIAL PHOTO ESSAY
Chen Tsz-wan is crazy about comics. Her passion for drawing and willingness to share it with others helped her...
Two Latin exponents talk to Sunny Tse about the sacrifices that need to be made and the determination required to achieve success...
TIM: Hi this is listening plus. You’re with Timothy Chui and today we’ll be speaking with South China Morning Post reporter Joyce Ng about a spate of water woes affecting Southern China. Thanks for...
Young Post reporter Timothy Chui will be speaking with South China Morning Post reporter Joyce Ng about a spate of water woes affecting Southern China.
Po Leung Kuk is hoping to receive HK$642,300 from Operation Santa Claus (OSC) to buy a 16-seater rehab bus for the...
November 18, 2009 - Leaders lay firm foundation for ties
The singer-actress was asked what the most pressing issue facing the planet was, and focused on her generation's lack of access to 'the right information'.
Let the beauty of what you love be what you do
Let the beauty of what you love be what you do.
The CEOs of SCMP and Hong Kong Jockey Club offer SOTY finalists advice, and tell them to not be afraid of failure.
Many students sign up with a tutor, especially before public exams, but they don't necessarily consider what they hope to gain from the lessons.
The upcoming Creative Assembly release draws on the Three Kingdoms period of Chinese history in this largely satisfying experience.
A student examines the way we view the choices in life through a video about deciding what to order in a restaurant.
Best lesson: A theatre experience built character and confidence despite some unplanned off-stage drama
This junior reporter was thrilled when she was given a part in the school play. But the role presented a bigger challenge than she’d expected.
In her only Hong Kong interview, the record-breaking ice skater reflects on her historic win at the US competition and being in the media spotlight.
Diocesan Girls’ School and La Salle College emerge champions at All Hong Kong Schools Jing Ying Badminton Team Tournament
The boys' school defended their four-year winning streak, but it was a historic victory for the girls, who beat long-time rivals Heep Yunn School.
Ahead of 'No Single-Use Plastic Awareness Day', EcoDrive and Hong Kong New Youth Energy launch 'Enough Plastic' week
The campaign raises awareness of the need to cut waste, with an exhibition of photos of local celebrities such as Donnie Yen and Miriam Yeung at Hysan Place.
We were 'Lucky' enough to chat with the American singer-songwriter about his creative process, and following your dreams.
The seven-year-old feline died due to complications from a urinary tract infection.
The first night of the Grammy-winning singer-songwriter's was all about the music.
Public speaking world champion Markandeya Karthik on why speeches don’t have to be serious to be powerful
The Renaissance College student wowed at the annual World Individual Debating and Public Speaking Championship with a speech about Donald Trump and other world leaders.
You may have watched the Hollywood version of the Broadway musical Hairspray. But dazzled by the A-list cast, you might have overlooked the issues at its heart.
Dedicated fans of legendary animator Hayao Miyazaki might have travelled to Japan in the past to stock up on merchandise from Studio Ghibli films. But not anymore.
You have probably heard these news terms being discussed in the papers or on TV. This is how to use them in English.
When singer Noel Gallagher left Oasis in 2009 amidst a nasty fight with his brother and bandmate Liam, it was the end of the popular Brit band. But the other three members ...
20-year-old Gabrielle Aplin is definitely more than just an internet sensation - she has the ability to sing, play instruments and write songs.
A simple plastic bottle, water and bleach offer a better quality of life and a bit of light to those living in the slums of the Philippines.
Five keen cooks will face off at the Peninsula hotel next month in the finals of the Peninsula Dim Sum Talented Chef Competition 2013.
Tony Leung Kin-win's job is to make people laugh. For 15 years, he's been known around Hong Kong as Wing Wing the clown. It's more challenging than you might ...
Last Thursday, astronaut Major Wang Yaping conducted a physics lesson aboard the Tiangong-1 space station while sixty million students across the mainland watched.
Each week members of Team YP debate life's important issues in casual dialogues. This week ...
The city of Jewel is the perfect place to live. Or so those running the city would have its inhabitants believe. All the children in Jewel are controlled and educated ...
David Almond delves into the unusual bits of life to get his stories, conjuring tales out of the bits and pieces that most other writers would throw away.
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.