Leen Youssef, a 27-year-old now living in the French capital, remembers sniper bullets whizzing past her face on two occasions.
Junior reporters learned how the star of the award-winning stage production is brought to life.
HKYAF's #Be The Change project invites local teenagers to confront issues like food waste and plastic pollution in our city
Our junior reporter joined the team of youths behind the #Be The Change dance videos which raise awareness of certain social issues, and learned how to create them.
We find out why the America’s Best Dance Crew 2008 winners wear masks as they take their signature vibe to MGM Cotai.
Puzzle and gadgets incorporate STEAM elements with rooms set in Atlantis, a magic school, and an escape from a prison.
From backup singer to solo artist, South Korean musician Shaun discusses his rise with our junior reporters.
Australian band Glades on being inspired by Troye Sivan, touring with Clean Bandit, and using music to connect people
The Sydney-based pop trio chatted to us about their favourite songs and future plans.
Going to the Longines Masters for the first time: JRs stunned by the artistry and perfect partnership between horse and rider
Our Junior reporters share their highlights from the Longines Masters, one of Hong Kong’s biggest equestrian events.
Hong Kong VR company explains why boundless possibilities are a challenge, and how virtual reality is about to grow
Virtual reality is making all our sci-fi dreams come true.
Documentary photographer on working with Nelson Mandela, and the advice Madiba once gave him on making a difference
We speak to the photographer who documented the life of a modern icon.