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We rate the best computer options for teens at secondary school based on display, design and value for money.
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They are the first school from Hong Kong to win this prestigious global singing contest.
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Lovables, a company founded at Renaissance College, make it their mission to create stuffed animals that represents those with disabilities.
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Do your bit for the environment when you shop: buy food in bulk, and avoid single-use plastic packaging
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Veteran New Zealand children's author Margaret Mahy enters a crowded arena with her novel The Magician of Hoad. Here we are again in a fantasy land where...
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To celebrate the 60th anniversary of the People's Republic of China, Sun Yuen Long Centre is putting on a display with lanterns created by mainland artists Wan Ming and Yang Jian. Both artists are...
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The Sony PSP has had a makeover. It's now smaller and lighter than ever, with a sophisticated design featuring a sliding display panel. It has been christened the PSPgo. After the incredibly...
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Best known for their 1986 song (and identically named album) The Final Countdown, Swedish rock band Europe has just released its eighth studio album, Last Look At Eden...
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Asian Mariah Coco Lee took about two years to complete her new album East to West which, as the title suggests, blends Western elements with her Eastern origins. Unfortunately...
Other than reporters and photographers, who work for a newspaper?
Rescue Listen to this internet radio news item about a rescue operation in Guangxi Province and then answer the questions.
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The beginning of Sherlock Holmes
TIM: Hi. This is listening plus. You’re with Timothy Chui and today I’ll be speaking with political reporter Eva Wu on local journalists reporting on the mainland. Thanks for joining us. First off...
Young Post reporter Timothy Chui will be speaking with political reporter Eva Wu on local journalists reporting the incidents in Xinjiang.
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Our fictional student reporter Jason Yip learns the hard way why it is important to arrive on time for an interview. This week: Top tips from professionals on how to write a balanced story.
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Copenhagen-based alternative rockers Mew set new standards with their fifth studio album No More Stories...
TIM: Hi, this is listening plus and you’re with Timothy Chui. Today we’ll be speaking with the international desk editor Ian Young about the latest Japanese elections. Thanks for joining us. First...
Police use tear gas, beanbags and rubber bullets while protesters threw Molotov cocktails; force denies any wrongdoing.
The 18-year-old ace led her team over long-time rivals Heep Yunn School at the All Hong Kong Schools Jing Ying tournament in May.
Speaking at a press conference, the Chief Executive called the city 'seriously wounded', saying it would take a long time to recover.
Hundreds of people have occupied the area around the check-in aisles, while at least 1,000 remain in the arrivals section.
Whether they’re writing songs or rocking out to a Hong Kong crowd, AliA knows everyone deserves a solo sometimes.
The philanthropist built his career and legacy in the city and dedicated his life to helping others.
Anti-government rally organised by Civil Human Rights Front is expected to draw more than 300,000 people.
Not many people realise the ends of smoked cigarettes contain plastic, so are not biodegradeable, and they're damaging the environment.
A night of clashes leads to a court order banning people from gathering outside designated areas, as flights struggle to resume to normal.
After running away from home months ago, Darren isn’t sure if his parents will take him back. Are the bonds of blood strong enough?
The online posters apologised for the inconvenience caused to journalists, ambulance and airport staff, and stranded passengers.
Anti-government protesters allowed the man to remove the makeshift barricade and reporters helped him carry the metal fence when he appeared exhausted by the effort.
The Central government's language and actions have become more severe, as mainland police conduct drills near the border and China accuses Western countries of interfering in the city's affairs.
On the night of the fifth day of protests at HK International Airport, events turned violent, causing stress and sadness across the city. Here's how the Young Post team is coping.
Demos of 'Dragonball Z: Kakarot' and 'Iron Man VR' were also available at the special media preview.

Trending ahead with fashion designer Angus Tsui

The 22-year-old budding designer is on the fast track to fashion stardom. See what inspires Angus' designs and his hopes for the future.

Through the Eyes of Youth: Brittany Fried

All teenagers have their interests and obsessions. Brittany Fried, a Grade 12 student at Hong Kong International School, is no different. But her obsession is a very unique one - wholeheartedly...

The School of Hip Hop show their moves

Although School of Hip Hop dance instructor Cha Cha Kong left school after Form Three, he found his goal in life through dancing. He and his star pupil Lil Fat show us some of their best moves.

"What would you say ..." with Asha and Loui5Ng?

YouTubers Asha Cuthbert and Louis Ng Man-hin, better known as [A] and Loui5Ng, sat down with YP for a game of "What would you say?" Want to know what they'd say to their haters or what they think of...

Through the Eyes of Youth: Simon Squibb (Part 2)

Simon Squibb is the founder and CEO of NEST, the largest and only full-service startup incubator in Hong Kong. Student Matthew Cheung sat down with Simon and one of his young associates, Jessica, to...

Through the Eyes of Youth: Simon Squibb (Part 1)

Simon Squibb is the founder and CEO of NEST, the largest and only full-service startup incubator in Hong Kong. Student Matthew Cheung sat down with Simon and one of his young associates, Jessica, to...

Through the Eyes of Youth: Sze Lai-shan (Part 1)

There are 1.3 million people in Hong Kong who live in cage homes or subdivided flats. Student Matthew Cheung spoke to Sze Lai-shan, a highly prominent and well-respected social activist in Hong Kong...

Through the Eyes of Youth: Sze Lai-shan (Part 2)

There are 1.3 million people in Hong Kong who live in cage homes or subdivided flats. Student Matthew Cheung spoke to Sze Lai-shan, a highly prominent and well-respected social activist in Hong Kong...

From struggling with anorexia to self-love through crossfit: Muscle-Up Munchkin's journey

Steph Ng is now a super-healthy crossfitter, but it took a long time to get to where she is now.

Living by the blade: sword fighting in Hong Kong

Lancelot Chan, founder of Hong Kong Ancient Combat Association, gives Young Post a few pointers about swordsmanship.

GSIS Remote Operated Vehicle team introducing Die Meduse

Meet the German Swiss International School's Underwater Robotics Team, whose Remote-Operated Vehicle, Die Meduse, won The IET/MATE Hong Kong Underwater Robot Challenge 2015!

DBS Orchestra performs Brahms Symphony No.2 / 4th Movement

Diocesan Boys’ School are the winners of the Washington DC International Music Festival 2015 Gold prize and the Hong Kong Schools Music Festival 2015. This is a recreation of their winning...

AFP "Rap-orters" tell the news in Uganda hip-hop style

If you want a catchy change from a standard news bulletin, try watching Newzbeat: Ugandans call the broadcasters “rap-orters”, a youth team of hip-hop artists-turned-journalists rapping the headlines.

Two of Hong Kong's best BMX bikers are ten and eight years old

Toby and Rory Meek are only 10 and eight years old. The brothers, both students at German-Swiss International School, have dominated the BMX scene both in Hong Kong and internationally.

YP cadet burger taste test

Young Post cadets go out to make DIY burgers at McDonald's, letting their creativity and imagination go wild. They split into two teams and try four different burger combos.
Marium became known as the 'nation's sweetheart' after photos of her being fed and hugged spread across social media in April.
More than 22,000 people joined the "Protect our Next Generation, Speak for our Conscience" march. We talked to a few of these educators about their reasons for demonstrating.
Home to beaches, fresh seafood and beautiful Instagram-worthy backdrops, the second-largest city in the country is the perfect place to spend a day.
 
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