The teens took a life-changing trip to the African island and learned about the impact that economics has on global warming.
Organisations such as Feeding Hong Kong and Food Angel are reducing waste and providing healthy meals to those in need.
From not awarding Gandhi to honouring a man who produced chemical weapons for WWI, the committees' decisions haven't always gone down well.
As part of the learning support team at Hong Kong’s ISF Academy, he is empowered to make his own decisions rather than follow orders.
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If you would like to participate to the next NESTA-SCMP Debating Competition please get in contact with the Competition Coordinator Stan Dyer at debating@nesta.hk
Home team Stewards Pooi Kei College vs St Rose of Lima's College. Motion: watching reality TV shows is a good way for teenagers to learn about human relations
November 20, 2009 - Censor suspected in missing Obama exclusive
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Despite increasing awareness of eco-tourism, access to some of Hong Kong's most beautiful islands remains limited, but one tour organiser is campaigning for that to change...
FIRST DAY AT WORK Listen to Elaine, Tom and Sophia talking about their first day at work and then answer the questions about what they have said.
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The 13-year-old took gold at the skateboarding park world championships in Brazil at the weekend, but has no plans for Tokyo 2020 - yet.
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Japanese teen skateboarder hopeful for Olympic gold

Japanese skateboarder Misugu Okamoto is refusing to entertain thoughts of Tokyo Olympic gold, despite becoming skateboarding’s youngest world champion.
Students in Tai Wai, Siu Sai Wan and Tiu Keng Leng sang protest songs and chanted slogans, while Baptist University students vandalised the president's office.
At the Hong Kong Book Fair, the author spoke about writing historical fiction and the techniques she uses to bring her stories to life
This year, the theme is 'Disconnected', which calls attention to the moral and ethical blind spots, as well as the disconnects, in the use of the internet.
This year, the theme is 'Disconnected', which calls attention to the moral and ethical blind spots, as well as the disconnects, in the use of the internet.
This year, the theme is 'Disconnected', which calls attention to the moral and ethical blind spots, as well as the disconnects, in the use of the internet.
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Eight passengers were injured, but the MTR spokesperson gave no details on the seriousness of their injuries.
After finding early success the teen sprinter was plagued by injuries, but now she’s back and better than ever.
The 18-year-old University of Hong Kong student will compete against other STEM enthusiasts from around the world in the semi-final round.
First taught the skill by her grandmother, Annie Wong now runs her own start-up, Mint Box Studio, and recently collaborated with Adidas.
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 …
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According to Hong Kong’s star triathlete Oscar Coggins, you needn’t sacrifice your grades to become a great athlete.
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A body was found in Victoria Harbour near Wan Hoi Street in Whampoa yesterday.
Slam performance poet Harry Baker can find both humour and emotion in the unlikeliest of subjects; even Ed Sheeran has called him “a champion”.
Scheme will allow students who have completed Form Three to apply to the Technological and Higher Education Institute for vocational programmes.
Advice could prove crucial as Diocesan Boys’ School take on La Salle College in the Interschool Tennis Final and aim for 19th straight title.
Evocative pictures painted with strong colours characterise 18-year-old Cheng Hon-shan’s collection of paintings.
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Here are five takeaways from Rosalind Wiseman’s treatise on male social dynamics in high school, Masterminds and Wingmen.
Two years ago, things looked dire for Vladimir Putin’s Russia. The country had entered a recession, its currency had plunged, and inflation was rampant. But how things have changed since then.
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The navy will continue its search for the vessel until they are sure of its fate.
The country has agreed that the Muslim refugees can return from Bangladesh.
From Star Street to Taikoo, and in schools all over the city, here are the dozen best Christmas markets there are this year.
YP cadets Kunal Dadlani and Justin Sin find out just how real VR can get in this zombie shooter/escape room experience. The answer? Pretty real.
Norwegian politician Guri Melby said in a Twitter post that Hongkongers deserve the award for standing up for freedom of speech and democracy.
We spoke to some of the people being helped by Christian Action about the hardships they must endure while their applications are processed.
Pro-democracy group urged the public not to retaliate with acts of violence and asked the police to grant a letter of no objection for their mass rally.

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