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Enrich your vocabulary and impress your friends with these words. Just make sure you use them in the right way.
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These five students all took the dreaded IB diploma and lived to tell the tale. Here’s what got them through it.
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Tomorrow’s results day will have many students on edge and tense, but three students from Hong Kong Shue Yan University have tips on how to remain Zen before, during, and after the DSE pickup
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No matter what surprises this year’s HKDSE results day brings, you will have many options open to you.
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Students from HKWMA Chu Shek Lun Secondary School (from left) Saffia Naz, Simrah Ali Awan and Katy Ho showed good teamwork.
Seeing people glued to their phones is not unusual, but two teams debated whether Hongkongers are too attached to their devices.
These three travellers from Hong Kong recorded vlog entries of the accommodation website Hotel Advisor about hotels they recently stayed in. What did they think? What were their hotels like?
These three travellers from Hong Kong recorded vlog entries of the accommodation website Hotel Advisor about hotels they recently stayed in. What did they think? What were their hotels like?
Accepted into university? Excited to be on your own? But what are you missing before the big move?
Young Post gave you guys a chance to practise reviewing non-fiction films in English for your School Based Assessment and a second chance to see Katy Perry in Macau with two BFFs. Here is one of the top entries.
This week, our four speakers have recently travelled. When they got to their destination, someone politely asked 'How was your trip?'. Listen to the four replies, and then answer the questions. Our speakers are Kirsty, Peter, June and George in that order.
This week, our four speakers have recently travelled. When they got to their destination, someone politely asked 'How was your trip?'. Listen to the four replies, and then answer the questions. Our speakers are Kirsty, Peter, June and George in that order.
Old words often reenter the English language with new meanings, One such word is the adjective 'gutted'. The verb 'to gut' means to remove the inner organs from a dead animal or fish. But the past participle of the verb, the word 'gutted' has, during the past few years, become very popular in...
Old words often reenter the English language with new meanings, One such word is the adjective 'gutted'. If you say 'I'm gutted' it means you are very, very upset.
Those involved in the 28th World Individual Debating and Public Speaking Championships at Diocesan Girls' School.
When Jimin Kang of Chinese International School spoke about the hardships that refugees face, one of her South African opponents said he was deeply touched.