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The singer-songwriter has played South By Southwest, recorded with Saweetie, and firmly believes in the universal power of music.

June 16: Hong Kong's biggest anti-extradition protest

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Karly Cox's review of the movie remake Fame
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Sara Yin scores China's 60-year performance in this Young Post report card ahead of PRC's anniversary tomorrow.
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Every sector has its own jargon and newspapers are no exception. The following is a list of words you may hear in news rooms and what they mean
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Parents might worry puppy love will get in the way of their children's studies - or worse - and forbid them from spending free time with the opposite sex. But...
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When did Young Post start and how did it look like then? Check out the history of your newspaper
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A short timeline of The South China Morning Post history.
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Most of us might remember trying to connect the dotted lines in a cursive handwriting copybook back in Primary Three. But education experts say...
Trees For Streets You are interested in environmental issues and you come across this podcast about an interesting project to improve some of the streets of London. Listen to the podcast and then...
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Wu Wing-kui has been working as a tattoo artist for 15 years. Tastes, he says, have changed immensely over that time - and in a way that allow him to be more...
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Young Post reporter Timothy Chui will be speaking with labour and welfare reporter Agnes Lam about a recent construction accident at the International Commerce Centre.
Protesters expected to start gathering on Tuesday night around government headquarters.
More than 10,000 Hongkongers plan to have a 'picnic' outside the Legislative Council tomorrow, but there may be problems, as the lawn area was found blocked earlier today.
The police force announced 5,000 officers would be deployed; and Carrie Lam has received threatening phone calls.
At the time of going to press, more than 70 groups from schools had signed up to show their support.
As protesters and police face off in the streets, just how did Hong Kong get here?
As the second reading of the fugitive law is cancelled, a look at what took place overnight, and the situation today.
From serving customers at a fast food joint to making cold calls for a public opinion programme, these not-so-fun jobs taught some valuable lessons
The ultimate Brain Game winner will win Apple AirPods.
A beginner's guide to the reason why Hongkongers are protesting at Legco, how the law works, and what the changes would mean.
Workers or others in the area looking to get out later should note that all the main roads towards Central and Wan Chai have been temporarily closed.
A young Hong Kong woman killed while on holiday in Taiwan will no get justice as the man who admitted killing her cannot be sent to the island to face trial

Anti-extradition protest, the fight goes on

Tens of thousands of anti-extradition protesters have surrounded the Hong Kong Legco Complex, many Hongkongers are on strikes to attend this huge on going protest. The last time protesters took...
Police have requested trains running on the Island line and South Island line do not stop at station.
At 3am this morning, crowds were seen gathering on Gloucester Road after violent clashes between the police and protesters during the day.
Follow our updates as the city prepares for what's to come.
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For Jin Yao, being a ballerina was a dream come true.
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Badminton player Lee Cheuk-yiu realised his dream by winning a silver medal at the Asian Youth Games on Wednesday. Cheuk-yiu did really well on the road to ...
A Saudi Arabian player scores against Hong Kong in an Asian Youth Games match which ended 1-1.
With the Asian Youth Games closing today, it's time for us to take a look at the results of the Hong Kong athletes who didn't win medals in Nanjing.
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Fencing gold medallist Edgar Cheung (left) and squash medallist Choi Uen-shan (left) during the awards ceremony.
Local athletes did well at the Asian Youth Games in Nanjing , which ran from August 16 to 24. They bagged 20 medals - two gold, five silver and 13 bronze.
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YP reporter Joyee Chan grows wings and learns to fly at Aerial Arts Academy in Causeway Bay.
Every time my yoga teacher asks the class to perform the shoulder stand or the forearm stand with split legs, I get butterflies in my stomach. There are two reasons for this.
Kevin Kung hones his lacrosse skills.
I am only good at individual racquet sports, so I was pretty scared when I found out I'd be taking part in lacrosse, a fast-paced team sport invented by ...
Mega Ice coach Norman Chin (right) teaches YP reporter Wong Yei-hei
Ice hockey is one of the most physically demanding sports in the world. Players bang into each other all the time. When I heard I was going to train with ...
Practising one of the high capoeira kicks was not easy.
With its quick and cool-looking moves combining dance and acrobatics, the Brazilian martial art of capoeira is something John has always wanted to try out.
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University students are not as tough as they think they are, a survey says. A study looked at people's views on the ability of university students to endure hardships.
The ultimate Brain Game winner will win Apple AirPods.
Gatherings were organised in countries such as Britain, Canada, Australia, South Korea and the United States.
Apart from joining the mass protests on June 9, June 12 and June 16, many people used their creativity to express their feelings about recent events.
 
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