Hong Kong protests: Airport occupied by anti-government demonstrators for second day; more than 300 flights cancelled
Hundreds of people have occupied the area around the check-in aisles, while at least 1,000 remain in the arrivals section.
Hong Kong protests: Mass march planned for Sunday to start at Victoria Park; organiser promises peaceful gathering
Anti-government rally organised by Civil Human Rights Front is expected to draw more than 300,000 people.
Hong Kong protests: Carrie Lam fights back tears following airport sit-in, says demonstrators are attempting to 'destroy the rule of law'
Speaking at a press conference, the Chief Executive called the city 'seriously wounded', saying it would take a long time to recover.
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Airport chiefs ordered all outbound flights grounded as thousands of protesters fill the arrivals hall at Chek Lap Kok.
Video footage from Sunday appears to show officers dressed as protesters injuring an arrested individual pressed to the ground.
The Grammy-award winning singer is donating classroom materials to schools in Gilroy, Dayton and the Texan border town, all of which recently experienced gun violence.
Police use tear gas, beanbags and rubber bullets while protesters threw Molotov cocktails; force denies any wrongdoing.
Hong Kong protests: What happened on August 11 in Tsim Sha Tsui, Sham Shui Po, Wan Chai and Kwai Chung
The Hospital Authority reports that at least 45 people have been injured, with the youngest person being an 8-year-old child, following a day of tear gas, petrol bombs and batons.
Hong Kong protests: 'War crimes' ad crowdfunding campaign reaches million-dollar funding target in one hour
The Go Fund Me page set up by Stand With HK raised nearly double its target.
The mega popular group's managers, Big Hit Entertainment, said the time off would give the seven artists time to enjoy regular life.
Chocolate chip cookies are the equalisers of all baked goods; their ooey-gooey pockets of chocolate and butter-crunchy edges make them irresistible. Young Post went on the hunt for Hong Kong’s...
Hong Kong protests: As demonstrations at Hong Kong International Airport continue, students speak out about why they chose to participate
Thousands of people gathered in Terminal 1 to show their anger after a woman was allegedly shot in the eye with a beanbag by police.
Most of us might remember trying to connect the dotted lines in a cursive handwriting copybook back in Primary Three. But education experts say...
Saturday is Mid-Autumn Festival, and the Young Post team has been on a mooncake taste-testing binge in pursuit of the perfect festive treat. Here are...
Parents might worry puppy love will get in the way of their children's studies - or worse - and forbid them from spending free time with the opposite sex. But...
MISSING PERSONS Voice 1: People go missing every day. Some just vanish into thin air and sadly are never seen again by their family and friends. Listen to these five stories of people who went...
Sara Yin scores China's 60-year performance in this Young Post report card ahead of PRC's anniversary tomorrow.
Feel-good comedy Bandslam tells a coming-of-age story of teenage struggles and...
Although there are a few stars featured on the promotional poster, Louis Koo Tin-lok seems to be the only one who actually appears in the crime thriller Accident. If...
Japanese R&B diva Thelma Aoyama is back with some inspiring songs on her latest album Emotions.
In their fifth studio album, Muse brings a magic that has not been heard since Queen's Innuendo (1991). The Resistance mixes a number of...
MISSING PERSONS People go missing every day. Some just vanish into thin air and sadly are never seen again by their family and friends. Listen to these five stories of people who went missing but...
Young Post reporter Zoe Mak will be talking with Timothy Chui who is reporting on South China Morning Post National News Desk Editor Ting Shi’s wrap-up of a series of poisoning cases.
Ocean Park’s annual Halloween bash is back! Here are the must-visit attractions you should queue up for first.
Here are seven of the best Christmas displays in Hong Kong to put the sparkly back in your Instagram feed.
Ahhhh, The Simpsons. I owe Matt Groening so much gratitude for the lifetime of laughs he's given me so far. He's the creator of my favourite show ever. Or at least it was until it started going...
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There is no escaping the pressures of society, so the best thing we can do is learn to face the challenges head-on.
What exciting or interesting events have been happening at your school recently? Young Post wants to share them. Here's how to tell us about it.
If you find yourself walking through Kwun Tong after midnight, don't be surprised to see someone pedalling along on something that looks like a Harley-Davidson. It's one of the incredible creations...
Top 13 films of 2017: from three old men robbing a bank to the third Spider-Man in 15 years, here are the movies we liked best
2017 has been quite the year at the box office. Here are the the top films recommended by the Young Post team.
Rain is likely, but we probably won't see a T8 today
With its rugged mountains and awesome views, Hong Kong is a great hiking city. But what happens if you get lost between two peaks? A GPS tracking device invented by two Hongkongers is making...
Hate it when you can't talk back? Well, you can with Young Post. Have your say and share with students around Hong Kong...
In Norse mythology, Ragnarok sees the end of the world and the deaths of Odin, Thor, Loki, and Heimdall, followed by the re-emergence of the world anew. Appropriately, Thor: Ragnarok sees a complete...
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.