The Hong Kong-based French photographer is holding an exhibition entitled City Poetry at the Blue Lotus Gallery in Sheung Wan.
These foods that claim to be a ‘healthy’ alternative to junk food is just junk food in disguise.
Whether or not you’re a fan of the distinctive smell, learn all about the spiky fruit here.
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Spidey just wants to backpack around Europe with his friends on holiday, but Samuel L. Jackson’s Nick Fury has other plans for the teenage superhero.
After an injury, the protagonist is reduced to playing a masked villainous wrestler known as Cockroach Man.
In the latest Marvel Cinematic Universe adventure, Peter Parker finds a new ally in Mysterio, as they fight off gigantic elemental monsters.
'Do You Hear the People Sing' has also been removed from the popular mainland streaming app.
Edwin Kwok is alleged to have given police close-up photos of anti-extradition-bill protesters, risking losing citizens' trust in journalists.
A group set up a crowdfunding campaign to buy adverts on newspapers including the New York Times ahead of Chinese President Xi Jinping's meeting with US President Donald Trump.
Hate it when you can’t talk back? Well, you can with Young Post. Have your say and share with students around Hong Kong
Those campaigning against the fugitive bill want embassies to raise the issue with China at this weekend's international forum in Osaka, Japan.
The septet will play two shows in the city at the end of the summer after touring North and Latin America, and Australia
Local designer Jacqueline Chak has captured the scents of many delicious dishes in a new temporary exhibit at TKO Gateway shopping mall.
About 1,500 protesters called on 19 consulates in the city to deliver their petitions, of which 16 sent a representative to receive them.
All over government headquarters, protesters used art to express their dissatisfaction with the government's policy.
Anti-ELAB bill protesters are urging G20 nations to discuss Hong Kong at this week’s meeting.
Organisers hope fresh protest will put international pressure on Beijing and Chief Executive Carrie Lam to completely withdraw the bill.
After the tragedy in Tianjin, China sacks Yang Dongliang, its work-safety boss
For some young locals, the water scandal has brought health fears and hard work. Meet some of those affected by the saga.
Scarlet Witch of Age of Ultron, as well as those mesmerising K-pop stars, is the inspiration for this week's look
Scholarism leader Joshua Wong says he was charged with taking part and inciting others to join an unlawful assembly, and for breaking into the forecourt of government headquarters in Admiralty on...
For the final challenge in our Going Wild summer series, reporter Ariel Conant and sub-editor Lauren James went to try coasteering …
From September 18 to October 31, England will host the sporting showpiece featuring the world's best teams. YP cadet Daniel Hurworth lets us know what to expect.
Hong Kong swimmers are making big waves this year. First Siobhan Haughey set new Hong Kong records and qualified for the 2016 Olympics in Rio at the World Championships in Kazan, Russia. Now it's...
Police are investigating after being told that a man beat his son, 11, with a broom and a hanger at a public housing estate in Kowloon Bay.
Four democracy activists who played a central role in Hong Kong’s Occupy protests are to make a bid to have their trial on police obstruction charges scrapped.
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Imagine Dragons clearly hadn't had their fill of Hong Kong after their first, low-key appearance last June. The stadium rockers came back for a monster-sized show at AsiaWorld-Expo.
You wouldn't expect a deadly poison to be served at tea time. But in Robin Stevens' latest case for the schoolgirl detectives Daisy Wells and Hazel Wong, there's arsenic on the menu.
The New York band lives up to its name by breaking all the rules of internet stardom. They talk about dropping out of school and being camera-shy celebrities.
Yu Sze-hon, the champion of our short story competition, talks to YP cadet Miuccia Chan about his inspiration.
The photorealistic reboot of the 1994 animated classic also features the talents of Seth Rogen and Billy Eichner.
Ice hockey is a fast-paced, high-octane sport with rather unsociable training hours – but Eito Ishizuka and his teammates are used to it.

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