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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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Teenagers have mixed opinions of the East Asian Games' fiery siblings Dony and Ami...
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Stewards Pooi Kei College vs TWGHs Kap Yan Directors' College. Motion: Hong Kong is taking care of its tangible cultural heritage
December 11, 2009 - 'Faster future looms as trams reach turning point'
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Dancing is hard to define. It is an entertainment, a sport; it's a way to communicate myriad emotions. And now a host of students will...
Sindy calls the travel agent’s Sindy and a couple of her friends have decided to go to Italy for a holiday. That is, if they can get some cheap accommodation. Sindy calls EuroBag, a travel agency...
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Students from the University of Hong Kong's Morrison Hall organised a Christmas Bazaar to raise funds for Operation Santa Claus. More than...
December 10, 2009 - 'China goes on the attack at climate talks'
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Imagine losing your sight. Something you take for granted every day is no longer available to you. But more than that, you're in a strange...
Kit: Hello this is listening plus and you are with Young Post reporter Lai Ying-kit. Today we will be discussing a government plan to stop giving extra floor areas to developers for building green...
Young Post reporter Lai Ying-kit will be discussing with Joyce Ng, news reporter of South China Morning Post about a government plan to stop giving extra floor areas to developers for building green...
December 09, 2009 - 112 killed in Baghdad attacks

5 must try pancake places in Hong Kong

Our cadets have once again gone out to hunt for the best bites in Hong Kong. This time, they try stack after stack of pancakes and narrow it down to five must-try places.
From Flipper's miracle 'kiseki' pancakes to fluffy souffle-style creations at A Happy Pancake, these are the tastiest stacks in town.
Whether or not you’re a fan of the distinctive smell, learn all about the spiky fruit here.
Ice hockey is a fast-paced, high-octane sport with rather unsociable training hours – but Eito Ishizuka and his teammates are used to it.
These foods that claim to be a ‘healthy’ alternative to junk food is just junk food in disguise.
Master puppeteers have teamed up with a group of youngsters to pass on the ancient storytelling technique.
Because BTS, GOT7 and BlackPink are not the only groups you should know about.
What would you be willing to sacrifice for true democracy?
The escape room craze has taken the world by storm. But in this cramped city, can the designers craft a fun experience in limited space?
The Hong Kong-based French photographer is holding an exhibition entitled City Poetry at the Blue Lotus Gallery.
Fifty years after the Stonewall riots, authors Joseph Legaspi and Tamiko Beyer talk media representation and how writing helps them process and shape the world around them.
Fights broke out between protesters and police after another anti-extradition bill march.
The Youth Employment and Training Programme (YETP) will host a recruitment day on Wednesday at Pui Ching Primary School.

H2GO: Young Post tries stand-up paddle boarding

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 head of child protection at the rights group also wants children in Hong Kong to have a say in the laws which should protect them.
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 …
Teachers’ union urges Education Bureau to provide funds for post-typhoon campus clean-ups and repairs.
The ultimate Brain Game winner will win a DJI Spark drone.
A British diver who helped rescue youth soccer players trapped in a cave in Thailand is suing Elon Musk, alleging that the Tesla CEO falsely accused him of being a pedophile.
The 15 members of a church youth group cleared a biking trail and pedestrian areas.
The pair impersonated airport employees and entered the restricted zone at Bangkok airport.
It’s not always easy figuring out what to do after you graduate. Luckily, the summer gives you the chance to work, travel, and discover new things, before you start the next stage of your life.
Independent thinking is arguably the primary purpose of education. In the Chinese classic text Tao Te Ching, Lao Tzu said: “Knowing yourself is true wisdom … mastering yourself is true power.”...
Virtual reality isn’t used solely in gaming; VR therapy could help us overcome our fears, or even recover from past traumas.
Police roadblocks set up in Kowloon West to track down suspects’ white getaway car.
Unrecorded Siege, the strategy boardgame set during the Hundred Years War, made by local developers Net:D Studio has launched its crowd-funding campaign on Kickstarter.
From playable demos to selfies with your favourite characters, here's what we're excited about at TGS 2018!
Dirty toilet water has been leaking into the sea in Sai Kung, authorities said, after a sewage treatment facility was damaged by Typhoon Mangkhut last weekend.
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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