Ben Pang

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31 May 2017 The move to build a mega sports park in Kai Tak was given its first green light today as the Hong Kong Legislative Council’s public works committee approved it by a tiny margin, despite the government’s insistence on a controversial “bidding incentive proposal”.
30 May 2017 Travellers on Hong Kong and mainland airlines should brace for extensive security checks of carry-on bags as the United States considers expanding its ban on laptops and other large electronic items to include all international flights.
29 May 2017 A scheme to prevent student suicides and improve mental health has drummed up a lot of support from many schools and students.
29 May 2017 For students planning their future, the Vocational Training Council’s scheme allows them to get real-life work experience and a salary while they study for their degree.
25 May 2017 The Higher Education Festival, which is organised by the SCMP’s Education Post, will be held this year at InnoCentre, Kowloon Tong, on June 17.
24 May 2017 The government plans to subsidise degree programmes at self-financed tertiary institutions.
23 May 2017 After a worrying social media challenge began circulating online, several counselling advisors have offered up their suggestions for what to do if you see people you know taking part in it.
23 May 2017 Each week, two of our readers debate a hot topic in a parliamentary-style debate that doesn’t necessarily reflect their personal viewpoint. This week’s topic is ...
23 May 2017 Tourism stakeholders in Hong Kong have urged the government to place innovation and creativity at the fore of revamping A Symphony of Lights, the nightly laser show involving skyscrapers on both sides of Victoria Harbour, as visitor numbers are falling.
23 May 2017 What would happen if you spun around more than 30 times in a minute? “You’d probably vomit or get dizzy. But most freestyle skaters have become used to spinning, as their coaches won’t allow them to stop,” says local roller-sports star Ben Lo Ng-shuen.