More than just gers and grass: Hong Kong Scouting Association gives local teens a look at university life in Inner Mongolia
When we think of Inner Mongolia, we often picture lush grasslands that go on forever – and let’s not forget the iconic gers and horses. But in fact, there are also bustling modern cities.
Hong Kong is a foodie’s paradise, with dishes to suit all tastes. Hidden in an alley in Central, NOM serves up some amazing Italian food, as our Junior Reporters found out.
It’s a hard life for our junior reporters. A new luxury landmark hotel opened in Macau, so our JRs packed their overnight bags and checked in to the Parisian for a weekend to check it out.
The problem of single-use plastic water bottles has long troubled environmentalists. However, society is looking at ways we can reverse this trend.
Round up your squad after school and head over to Langham Place for all sorts of different ice cream desserts!
Making a chocolate tart can be just as much fun as eating one – yes, really.
There’s more interest in the folk art of paper tearing than you would expect. The King of Paper-craft, Lee Sing-man (or Uncle Man as he is known), runs workshops dedicated to the art.
Would you go to a pool and spa that uses sludge - sewage from toilets and kitchens - if it means helping the environment?
Hong Kong produces approximately 1,200 tonnes of sludge every day, which is dumped into three designated landfills. But is there another way in which we can deal with the waste?
Teenagers under the age of 18 very rarely get the chance to enter the race track in Happy Valley – but our junior reporters went to visit the Hong Kong Racing Museum.
Japanese designer Tatsuya Tanaka is giving a new meaning to the term ‘tiny’ with his creative exhibition using minuscule models and everyday objects