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The US President adopted the same language used by Chinese authorities to describe recent events, when speaking to reporters at the White House.
Hong Kong protests: Chinese University president says students facing charges will receive legal aid
Rocky Tuan Sung-chi also said he would consider prolonging the suspension period for those who ended up in jail, but students not impressed.
HK Protests: Jason Y. Ng, of the Progressive Lawyers Group, says if report is true, charges against Hong Kong protesters may have been driven by politics
Secretary for Justice Teresa Cheng Yeuk-wah has been accused having political motives for charging demonstrators with rioting, rather than unlawful assembly.
The newest outbreak of the deadly virus has killed thousands in the Central African country, leading the World Health Organisation to declare a public health emergency in July.
In this post-truth society, numbers can be manipulated to prove almost anything.
Nearly 386,000 new voters have registered in biggest gain since at least 2003.
A video posted on social media shows three male students at the University of Auckland arguing with and shoving a female Hongkonger
Discover a different side of Taiwan with our guide that includes hot spots such as Taroko National Park and Dongdamen night market.
British singer-songwriter Mabel talks about her debut album ‘High Expectations’, dealing with anxiety and female empowerment
We speak to rising R’n’B pop star Mabel about her life, from discovering her love of music to releasing her first album.
Hundreds of hot-air balloons fly over Chambley-Bussieres airbase, northeastern France, during the international hot air balloon meeting "Grand-Est Mondial Air Ballons" in Hageville.
In response to recent protests, Hong Kong Baptist University President sends email to students advocating the establishment of a Truth Commission
Chin states that the purpose would be to unearth the facts, not assign blame.
Hong Kong protests: Supporters find ways to feed mostly young demonstrators amid concern some are ‘fighting on an empty stomach’ after buying protective gear
Individuals and volunteer groups have collected coupons for supermarkets, prepaid Octopus cards and masks for those on the front line.
Although Wipha is moving away from the area, heavy rains are still expected throughout the weekend.
Hong Kong garrison releases video of anti-riot drills featuring tanks, snipers and red warning flags.
Teenagers share their thoughts on the Chief Executive's policy address - Breaking New Ground Together - with Sunny Tse and Young Post junior reporters
Cool Alert! Author Tina Seelig is going to be in town giving a talk on October 24. Submissions are now CLOSED
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Helen Grant's impressive debut novel The Vanishing of Katharina Linden is one of those rare books that refuses to downsize style or content just because...
In his latest collaboration with award-winning director Steven Soderbergh, The Informant!, Matt Damon plays chubby, dorky businessman Mark Whitacre. Whitacre is a...
Scooby-Doo. Scooby-Doo: The Mystery Begins is a wonderful modern adaptation that manages to be faithful to the old 1970s cartoons while...
Edward Cullen's chiselled face is leading the latest revival of the vampire genre, but what makes this star of the Twilight franchise so appealing?
Students from Heep Yunn School and Wa Ying College took the 'Make the headlines' challenge and wrote today's Young Post cover.
Junior Reporters find out which Halloween treat does the trick best...
How to do a Vox Pop and collect people's opinions...
Cub reporter Megan Chee tells us why she thinks the bestseller is following a successful formula...
Why people living on Hong Kong Island don’t like to go over to Kowloon and vice versa. Submissions CLOSED
GHOST SHIP Listen to the true story GHOST SHIP about spooky happenings at sea. The mysterious story of a ship called the MARIE CELESTE. Listen carefully and then answer the questions.
Your first year at college or university is a whole new world. It might be the first time you encounter a new medium of instruction...
Photos of a dog churning in a washing machine have gone viral since gaining public attention last Thursday. The man who posted the photos on Facebook is thought to have fled to the mainland on...
By boycotting classes, Hong Kong students hope their voices are strong enough that the Beijing government might listen and eventually change its mind about its restrictive ruling. Has Beijing heard...
Globalisation has accelerated the mobility of capital and knowledge. It has also tightened the connection between individuals in different parts of the world. As global citizens, have you ever...
Benny Tai Yiu-ting announced at around 1:30am, Sunday that Occupy Central has officially begun at the Central Government Offices.
When I arrived at Tai O fishing village after a 50-minute bus ride from Tung Chung, the first thing that hit me was the pungent odour of salted fish. This smell captures the essence of local fishing...
Whenever you see a model hit the runway she looks absolutely perfect. What you do not see is the many hours and hard work that went into that perfect moment.
My one-minute video, Be Isolated, is based on my personal experience. I moved to Hong Kong from the mainland, to live in a walled village in Tai Po with my parents and younger brother. Our home is...
When I'm reading, I sometimes subconsciously associate the part in the book that I’m reading with the actual location where I have been reading the book. And when I revisit the text, my mind would...
The Joint University Programmes Admissions System (Jupas) Office advises applicants who receive an offer to take it.
Having trouble with a particular subject? TV to the rescue!
Our Junior Reporters tell us which Easter treats are worth putting in your shopping basket and which would be better left hidden.
You are now in the universe of the last video game you played. What game is it and how is life going?
Every Wednesday we ask our Brain Game contestants one interesting, thought-provoking or just plain quirky question. Their answers will be published anonymously in Young Post.
High heels, blonde hair and make-up are among dress codes for women in the British workplace, despite gender discrimination being illegal, a parliamentary report released today has found.
Hong Kong makes up for 50 per cent of the global shark fin trade - here's why you should get involved in stopping it
Jaws, Shark Tale, Sharknado: the world is fascinated with sharks. So why do we still allow the practise of cutting off their fins for food to continue?
Every major network offers some programme (and often spin-offs of the original) where it's an epic showdown between humans and some mythical beast. Almost all of these programs suck, each for their...
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.