Hong Kong protests: HKers report having their phones inspected for demonstration photos at the border
Residents say they have been asked to unlock their mobile phones when trying to cross the border, and officers have checked their messages
A new study suggests that microplastic has been ignored as a source of contamination, following its discovery in some of the most remote areas of the world.
Teen climate change activist Greta Thunberg sets sail on zero-emissions yacht for United Nations summit
The 16-year-old Swede, who spearheaded the #FridaysForFuture student strikes, will join talks in New York before heading to Canada, Mexico and Chile.
Hong Kong stories: How the late Hari Harilela built his empire from scratch and gave back to society
The philanthropist built his career and legacy in the city and dedicated his life to helping others.
PlayStation 4 upcoming games preview: Hands-on impressions of 'Final Fantasy VII Remake', 'Monster Hunter World: Iceborne' and more
Demos of 'Dragonball Z: Kakarot' and 'Iron Man VR' were also available at the special media preview.
Hong Kong Protests: How are you feeling after the airport clashes, and how are you practising self-care?
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.
Hong Kong protests: Beijing's ways of describing the situation in HK, from 'a public procession' to 'terrorism'
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.
Hong Kong protests: Some pro-democracy netizens apologise for airport violence; other protesters maintain actions were justified
Two men were tied up and beaten by some radical activists during a night of clashes at Chek Lap Kok.
Whether they’re writing songs or rocking out to a Hong Kong crowd, AliA knows everyone deserves a solo sometimes.
Hong Kong protests: Elderly man shows there is room for dialogue as he helps to clear barricade for police van to leave airport
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 online posters apologised for the inconvenience caused to journalists, ambulance and airport staff, and stranded passengers.
His comments follow the government's decision to deny permanent residence to people who claim benefits such as food stamps or Medicaid.
A night of clashes leads to a court order banning people from gathering outside designated areas, as flights struggle to resume to normal.
Not many people realise the ends of smoked cigarettes contain plastic, so are not biodegradeable, and they're damaging the environment.
If you're feeling lonely as a left-handed person in a right-handed world, keep in mind that you're in good company with these inventors and celebrities.
From the director of Crazy Stone, Crazy Racer is an upbeat dark humour comedy holding the promise of an enjoyable time.
A classic Sandra Bullock romantic comedy, The Proposal is a hilarious film about giving in to love. Rom-com queen Bullock plays...
Almost half a century ago, four young lads from the British city of Liverpool formed the greatest band in the history of music and started the...
Reflexology is very popular in Hong Kong, but fish reflexology is a new variation on a familiar theme. Also known as fish spas, the idea...
Young Post reporter Timothy Chui will be speaking with labour and welfare reporter Agnes Lam about a recent construction accident at the International Commerce Centre.
Young Post reporter Timothy Chui will be speaking with the international desk editor Ian Young about the latest Japanese elections.
Listen to Young Post reporter Sara Yin talks to Ian Young about President Obama's Middle East speech.
Listen to Young Post reporter Sara Yin talks to Greg Torode about North Korea.
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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Wu Wing-kui has been working as a tattoo artist for 15 years. Tastes, he says, have changed immensely over that time - and in a way that allow him to be more...
Other than reporters and photographers, who work for a newspaper?
Trees For Streets You are interested in environmental issues and you come across this podcast about an interesting project to improve some of the streets of London. Listen to the podcast and then...
Time flies, and the 10th anniversary of Unicef's Charity Run is fast approaching.
Students face many challenges but essay-based exams can be very tough. We offer some tips on answering some of the most common exam questions.
The ultimate Brain Game winner will have the chance to encounter animals with their best friend at Ocean Park, a prize worth HK$3,236.
SOTY 2017: How Best Devotion to School candidates are leaving behind lasting legacies at their schools
There are many ways to stand out in school as a student, but selfless contribution to school life can be one of the most rewarding.
Gabriel Lee spends her leisure time making sure players are obeying the rules.
The rooftop of IFC is perfect for an elegant summer picnic. Along with your food, you'll get to enjoy a beautiful view overlooking the harbour, and escape the crowded streets of Central.
One thing that always struck me about living in Hong Kong was how safe it is here. But that was not the Hong Kong I saw last night. I was surprised to hear the police had used teargas. I hadn't heard...
Forget having a romantic date with bae this Valentine’s Day, and focus on showing love to everyone else that matters to you.
Pro-democratic technology lawmaker Charles Mok Nai-kwong said Hong Kong has a long way to go to catch up to Silicon Valley as an innovation centre.
If you’re wondering whether you still have a Google+ account - and if so, how to delete it - you can follow these instructions.
The Unicef Charity Run has always appealed to me. As a wheelchair athlete, I wanted to challenge myself, but had never participated in a marathon in Hong Kong.
Financial Secretary John Tsang's plan for spending tax money has taken some steps to improve productivity and education, with plenty of initiatives aimed at students. Yet, the budget must do more to...
Young Post gets some funny letters which we just have to share with you … typos and all! Names and places have been taken out to protect the innocent
Superheroes are all the rage right now. You've got "The Flash", "Daredevil", "Heroes", "Arrow", and "Gotham" as mainstream hits. You've even got shows about lame-o normals who just happen to work...
Hong Kong International School student Samy Morton is making a splash in swimming and rowing, and explains how she does it all
Swimming or rowing ... why not both? This seventeen-year-old HKIS student shows us how she excels in and on top of the water.
Plastic leads to death of baby dugong in Thailand, in yet another reminder of our responsibility to the natural world
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.