Junior reporters Cotrina Fung and Veronica Lin joined a pottery workshop at HKU and learned how difficult it is to hand sculpt a simple cup.
Hong Kong isn’t just known for egg tarts and pineapple buns – one of the more traditional pastries out there are the good old fashioned peanut crisp and walnut crisp pastries.
These modern delicacies are just in time for the Mid-Autumn Festival.
Junior reporters Veronica Lin and Hillary Yip got a hands-on crash course on the new technology at a pop-up STEM lab in Olympic City.
Junior reporters Miuccia Chan and Jess Yung, spoke to the CEO of the Hong Kong Research Institute of Textile and Apparel to discover what advances in tech means for the clothes we wear.
Who knew there could be so many variations of our most basic essential? Watsons Water’s rose and honey water is only the latest to join the ranks of the many flavoured waters on the market.
Junior reporters went behind the scenes of China's first and only gene bank to witness how DNA is sequenced and learn about the centre’s long term goals.
School, homework, sleep, repeat. Most of us are familiar with that routine. We know that it’s important to take time out to relax, but with so much always going on, it can be hard to switch off our brains.
Our JR posed, strutted and beatboxed at the Culture @Maze Street Culture Festival 2017, which encourages teens to get together and get involved in the arts.
Hello Kitty is arguably Sanrio’s most well-known and beloved character, and now she, along with other characters like Pompompurin and Cinnamoroll, will be making a special appearance in Macau.