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As the city at the epicentre of the virus is quarantined, the world increases its health checks on incoming Chinese travellers.
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From recycling your red packets to making sure your fish is sustainable, there's many small things you can do to go green for the Year of the Rat.
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Singers like Katy Perry, Facebook inventor Mark Zuckerberg and football superstar Cristiano Ronaldo are all celebrating their zodiac year.
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Did you know that rats love to laugh and are used to save lives? Celebrate the smallest member of the Chinese zodiac and fall in love with these critters.
The best iOS and Android apps to add a vintage vibe to your Instagram feed
Hate it when you can’t talk back? Well, you can with Young Post. Have your say and share with students around Hong Kong
Films such as "Ford v Ferrari', 'Little Women', 'Joker' and 'Parasite' will compete for the best picture award.
Police insiders say the new weapons are necessary, as the effectiveness of pepper spray has decreased.
Lam attributes the measures, expected to benefit more than a million people, to a breakthrough in government thinking.
The ultimate Brain Game winner will win a pair of Apple AirPods Pro.
1. B 2. high heels 3. C 4. (i) ban on women wearing glasses (ii) requirement for women to wear make-up 5. (a) 1  (b) 3 
Leo tells Ginny about his dreadful morning. Will Chris ever forgive Leo for what he’s done?
Leo tells Ginny about his dreadful morning. Will Chris ever forgive Leo for what he’s done?
According to US space agency Nasa, there's a possibility the smoke will circumnavigate the globe.
An easy-to-follow flowchart on how to fill up your Lunar New Year treats box for every family gathering.
The marine mammal park will be upgraded and expanded with HK$10 billion of public money.

Philippine's Taal volcano spews ash, grounds flights

Broad columns of ash spewed from a volcano south of the Philippine capital on Monday, grounding hundreds of flights and causing residents to use face masks.
Find out in this map of the 'Ring of Fire' in the Pacific Ocean and infographic about tectonic plates.
"Frozen' taught us to believe in people and love ourselves, while the tearjerker 'Coco' made us want to make the most of life.
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Renaissance College students explain how traditionalists fear for the future of Chinese culture
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Students from the Hong Kong International School took the 'Make the headlines' challenge and wrote today's Young Post cover.
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Rush hour is all too often a gridlock, but the emissions from bumper-to-bumper traffic don't have any trouble getting around. Vehicle exhaust fumes are...
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Museums are the perfect places to hide secrets. The Scatterhorn Museum in The Museum's Secret is...
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Carnegie Medal winner Tim Bowler's teenage psychological thriller Bloodchild holds readers in its vice-like grip from the very first page. A teenage boy is...
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It has been said The Founding of a Republic will only appeal to people born after the 1980s who are keen on Chinese history, elderly citizens who lived through...
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On their second album If I Am ..., local band Mr show how far they've come in terms of musical craftsmanship and technique. It's...
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Mariah Carey's most recent album Memoirs of an Imperfect Angel seems to have popped up with relatively little fanfare for the publicity-loving diva. Granted she...
Young Post reporter Timothy Chui will be speaking with features writer Ben Sin about the evolution of street ball in Hong Kong.
WHAT’S ON TV? Listen to an announcer giving details about what’s on evening TV for four days this week on a UK channel. When you have heard each evening’s programme schedule, fill in the missing...
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Paraplegic Eeva Simons is proof that a physical disability need not bar anyone from taking to the stage and dancing. With deft handling, she can put her wheelchair through...
The first Reporter's Club workshop coming up on 26th October. Check here to see if you're part of the lucky ones attending. Workshop FULL
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A debate isn't won on the logic of a team's arguments alone. But by putting forward well-prepared arguments, a team can better protect themselves from...
Your school made it to the finals of one interschool sports competition? Be the reporter of the event!
Your editor Susan Ramsay explains how you to procede if you want to write a story of your own.
University doesn't just give you textbook knowledge, but the tools to create something new and give back to society.
This must be why it's still 30 degrees Celsius ... at mid-autumn.
Hate it when you can’t talk back? Well, you can with Young Post. Have your say and share with students around Hong Kong.
When Jerry Allen Bradford tried to kill his seven puppies, he hadn't counted on his plan backfiring painfully.
He's famous for his martial arts, but an exhibition about his life shows another side of him.
Rapper Kanye West wants to run for US president in 2020, so we asked our readers which famous person they think would be the best candidate for America's top job. Here are our favourite answers…
The Town Planning Board will decide at a meeting today whether or not to reject a retired government town planner's application to make a section of the city's Central district tram-free.
Part of our history or just irrelevant? Our students discuss ...
While linguistics at its core is - to quote Shakespeare - "words, words, words", those that master this field know that words carry deeper meaning.
Average temperatures dropped to 3.1 degrees yesterday as a night of frigid, windy weather attracted hoards of frost chasers to the city’s highest mountain.
The Oxford dictionary says terrorism is "the unofficial and unauthorised use of violence and intimidation in the pursuit of political aims". It's also a word that seems to be used only for Muslims.
There’s a lot to love about sci-fi classic The Fifth Element, not least the beautiful colours and Bruce Willis’ snappy one-liners.
It’s hard to believe that Melody Tam Lok-man, a top scorer from HKUGA College, who got 5** in seven subjects in last year’s DSEs, used to fail Chinese and Liberal Studies.
Hong Kong produces approximately 1,200 tonnes of sludge every day, which is dumped into three designated landfills. But is there another way in which we can deal with the waste?
From 10am on Thursday, all urban buses, subways, ferries and long-distance passenger transport are suspended in Wuhan
They will become the latest animal ambassadors for the marine-life theme park.
Scientists warn that the world is closest to global catastrophe it's ever been.
 
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