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While they may have signed to Sammi Cheng's record label, the band is staying true to its musical origins
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School-based concern groups are using social media platforms to encourage peers to attend this anti-Elab demonstration.
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The iconic building in Tsim Sha Tsui is known for great food and cheap accommodation, but it’s the inhabitants that make the complex so special.
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With his film 'Dance. Create Miracles', Wah Yan College alumnus Parco Ho aims to explore what's still seen as a taboo in Chinese culture.
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An anime action horror feast awaits those brave enough to watch Dance in the Vampire Bund. The Queen of the Vampires, Mina Tepes, and...
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American author Neal Shusterman is a very brave man to write a book about death. Everlost could easily have fallen into the categories of disaster or bad taste, but Shusterman kno
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In Prudence Mak Ngar-tuen's childhood, Lunar New Year wasn't a very extravagant occasion. But when her family could not afford to buy sweets to fill their red candy box, the young Mak...
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Proactive Study Abroad is offering one of our junior reporters a place on the Whitianga English Alive Tour to New Zealand...
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The park is supposed to be one of the few places in a busy city you can enjoy a little freedom. But walk into one of Hong Kong's open spaces and you're likely to be...
2009 major school donors
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Students from the Associate of Arts in Digital Visual Design programme at Community College of City University raised funds for Operation Santa Claus (OSC) using their design talent...
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Gamers who battle their way to the end of Assassin's Creed 2 face a final, unexpected, challenge - two missing chapters. Game developer, Ubisoft, has said...
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When office workers and students turn on their computers, the first thing millions of them now log on to is online mini-game Happy Farm. The free-of-charge simulation game...
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Being a teenager is supposed to be fun and exciting, but it can also be one of the most stressful times of our lives. It's the time when we...
Click here to learn more about Cameron Dueck's trip to the polar circle.
Hongkongers aged 18 and up are eligible to vote in District Council elections - if you reach adulthood in September, you can still register.
Protesters dismantle metal fence at Legco and attempt to break through internal gate.
Roads around Legco in Admiralty are also likely to be affected.
The German Swiss International School student wants to excel at both swimming and academics.
Thousands gathered peacefully in Victoria Park in Causeway Bay for the annual July 1 march, while small groups caused damage to the Legco complex.
We picked 12 of the best posts that have been created during the protests to communicate Hongkongers' feelings.

Hong Kong's annual July 1 rally becomes anti-extradition protest

The Civil Human Rights Front, the organisers of three large scale anti-extradition bill protests earlier this month, is also coordinating today’s annual July 1 March today, which is the 22nd...
The Chief Executive was "outraged and distressed" by the scenes at the Legislative Council last night after protesters stormed the complex.
Hundreds of people demanding the complete withdrawal of the fugitive bill attacked and vandalised the Legislative Council building.
A Bollywood actress who starred in India’s highest-grossing movie said she is quitting acting because it is incompatible with her Islamic faith, sparking a social media storm.

H2GO: trying dragon boat for the very first time

Every summer, the Young Post team get out of their comfort zones and into new experiences. This year, for our H2GO mini series, we're trying out water sports around Hong Kong. In this episode, our...
The rising star tells us how a stint in the Singaporean army inspired his biggest hit.
From 'The Wizard of Oz' to 'Dora and the Lost City of Gold' and 'Moominvalley', catch some amazing children's movies this summer.
Young Hongkongers attending the annual march on the anniversary of the handover say they showed up to protect their futures.
British rock music legend David Bowie has died after a long battle with cancer, his official Twitter and Facebook accounts said Monday.
Aftab is an expert on cyberbullying. She advises Facebook and other major social media sites on how to deal with the issue, and promotes cyberbullying awareness and prevention at the United Nations.
Edgar Cheung is only 18 but he's already Hong Kong's top fencer, thanks to a programme at Lam Tai Fai College and the Hong Kong Sports Institute that lets him study at his own pace.
The housing problem in Hong Kong is nothing new. This week, two Sha Tin College students discuss whether country parks should make way for more housing.
The city's top adviser on youth policies has called on political leaders to empathise with and listen to the younger generation before creating policies related to them.
Under a formal agreement, Beijing has to tell Hong Kong within 14 days whether or not it has detained a Hong Kong resident.
You've probably never heard of Kendama, but think of it as a game similar to cup and ball, with a growing worldwide popularity.
Brian’s volunteered to organise a special night out for his fellow students. He calls a company that he thinks could help.
Brian’s volunteered to organise a special night out for his fellow students. He calls a company that he thinks could help.
Remembering one of the world's most incredible musical artists.
Mainland law enforcement agencies are supposed to notify Hong Kong police within 14 days if they've arrested a Hong Kong resident.
Is a curfew for your own good or a restriction on your freedom? Here's what some of your peers think.
Every Wednesday we ask our Brain Game contestants one interesting, thought-provoking or just plain quirky question. Vote for your favourite answer.
Hong Kong protesters are calling for a peaceful show of solidarity inspired by the Baltic Way political demonstration which happened on August 23, 1989.
The ‘Mulan’ actress came under fire after showing support for the Hong Kong Police Force last week on Chinese social media platform Weibo.
The video for the title track from her upcoming seventh album, released during a YouTube livestream, is packed with hidden clues and heartwarming cuteness.
 
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