We need to remember that feelings change, says Dr Stella WY Chan who was born in Hong Kong and is now a Lecturer in Clinical Psychology at the University of Edinburgh.
Many subsidised schools are now holding interviews, so Young Post got some advice from a pair of experts. They gave us some insider tips on how students can stand out at the interviews.
Today marks the fourth International Day of Happiness, an event set up by the United Nations in 2012 to recognise the importance of happiness and well-being.
Top officials criticised for evading responsibility and failing to re-evaluate the system that may be to blame.
From seemingly simple questions to making your answer the perfect length, interview like a professional with these top tips.
Getting into university takes more than just good grades and a smooth interview. Admissions staff see all sorts, with all kinds of skills and knowledge. Here’s what they actually want to see.
Student guidance group Hok Yau Club and university lecturers for the most common mistakes students make in interviews, and how to avoid them.
Valentine's Day is an expensive holiday, but we have some cute ways you can be romantic without breaking your piggy bank.
The ultimate guide to surviving Chinese New Year and overbearing relatives, and getting as many lai see packets as possible
Lunar New Year is one of the most important family holidays on the calendar, but it can also be stressful. Here is a survival guide to make sure you come out the other side smiling.
The Year of the Monkey will be a creative and sometimes crazy time, with the next 12 months full of lively, adventurous energy. Sometimes it might seem more King Kong than Sun Wukong, so here's a look at what kind of things you can expect.