Rebecca Tsui

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30 Dec 2009 Christmas may be over, but the festive atmosphere continues as we head towards the new year. Whatever your taste, there's a countdown event near you to help you welcome in 2010...
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29 Dec 2009 Goodwin Mok Chi-fung, a 17-year-old student from King George V School, showed how teenagers can make a difference by holding an exhibition and auction of jeans at the Conrad Hotel. He and a friend...
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16 Dec 2009 Green groups are calling on Hongkongers to think about sustainable living this Christmas - about everything from wrapping paper and greetings cards to...
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11 Dec 2009 Dancing is hard to define. It is an entertainment, a sport; it's a way to communicate myriad emotions. And now a host of students will...
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02 Dec 2009 The gold hunters are in town. Hong Kong's largest sporting extravaganza - the East Asian Games (EAG) - officially opens this Saturday. A few events...
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24 Nov 2009 The Young Post Making the Headlines programme was launched at the beginning of term. So far, six schools have...
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23 Nov 2009 Environmental advocate Natalie Ng Sze-man has topped 100 applicants to become Greenpeace Hong Kong's Climate Hero. She will fly to...
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16 Nov 2009 The Leonids is coming, and Rebecca Tsui talks to a city expert about where and when to see the meteor event of the year.
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09 Nov 2009 Kary Ng's first EP Keep Breathing is full of soft melodies, and none of the more uptempo numbers of her...
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02 Nov 2009 Students from Tin Ka Ping Secondary School are ready to take on Hong Kong's most challenging outdoor event - in what has become a...

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