To be a waiter, you need the maths ability of a codebreaker, the balancing skills of a tightrope walker, and the patience of a saint.
Nicola Chan goes behind the counter of her dad’s bubble tea shop to learn how much work goes into the drink she’s always taken for granted.
For the next instalment of our ‘On The Job’ series, we find out what it takes to become a professional dancer.
For the second in our ‘On the Job’ series, we sent Edmund Ho to try his hand at hairdressing. Will he be able to cut it?
On the Job: as a personal trainer - we discover that getting people healthy and into shape takes more than just working out
In the first of our ‘On the Job’ career guide series, we learn about what it’s like to help others reach their fitness goals.
How do you convince someone to hire you for an internship or a summer job? Positivity, and the ability to put yourself in an employer’s shoes, are key.
Giulio Vinaccia: the Italian designer on a mission to create a better future and has some advice for young talent
Since 1994, Giulio Vinaccia has been harnessing his talent to creating a better future for people, while offering advice to young, aspiring designers.
How a HK student went from admiring her idols to performing with them in London's West End, and how she's paying it forward
One local found the courage to follow her heart, and it’s paying off ... big time.
Thanks to a new online career aptitude test, students from Hong Kong will soon be able to judge for themselves whether or not they are cut out to be a doctor.
A former Disney animator talks about being the first Chinese artist on the team, and why his mum still struggles to see him as successful
If there’s one thing Davy Liu has learned from Disney films, it’s that dreams are worth following.