Play with more than 10 friendly pups of the infinitely memeable Japanese breed and you’ll have ‘much fun, so wow’.
Hong Kong extradition law: Junior reporters' thoughts on covering protests against the fugitive bill
Joining the Junior Reporters' Club gives you the opportunity to experience life as a real journalist.
Tiananmen Square remembered: June 4 museum in Hong Kong showcases rare images and artefacts from the 1989 crackdown
Junior reporters visit the only exhibition in China that is dedicated to those who died during the events of 1989.
The Pui Tak Canossian College student started writing down all her dreams to help her remember them, but she gained much more than stories to look back on.
Performances from local primary and secondary school pupils showcased the region's unique culture.
A group of students from Delia Memorial School (Glee Path) learned about scriptwriting and acting to put together a memorable performance.
Visitors learned martial arts poses inspired by Dragonball, and took classes on yoga and meditation during the two-day event.
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.