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This World Mental Health Day, we've put together some of our best articles on mental health awareness, and developments in the field.
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No matter how hard we try to avoid it, sweating is a fact of life in our hot, busy city. But all that perspiring is actually good for our health.
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Dr Eva Sum tells us the hardest things about her job, how it's changed over the years, and why she still loves it so much.
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How you listen to music and what a rock looks like, are among this year’s list of sample interview questions published by Oxford University.
Hidden away on the 25th floor of a nondescript building in Causeway Bay, this small but lively restaurant will take you by surprise when you enter.
On October 1, vegetarians around the world celebrate their lifestyle; here are some great places to celebrate being meat-free in the city.
Looking for great vegetarian food that won't break the bank? Here are the top five plant-based restaurants that you can enjoy on a budget.
We asked a style professional at G2000 for tips on picking the perfect formal wear.
We have everything you need to know about caffeine – the chemical found in tea, coffee and Coca-Cola, and even chocolate.
With floor to ceiling windows along the cafe front, and bright yellows walls, low-hanging light pendants and comfy chairs inside, PAN de PAIN’s interior perfectly complements its light-but-sweet menu.
There's more to getting ready for a typhoon than to stay indoors and make sure you have plenty of entertainment.
CityU has just launched a six-year programme in a partnership with Cornell University and Young Post learns about the first-year experience.

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