First taught the skill by her grandmother, Annie Wong now runs her own start-up, Mint Box Studio, and recently collaborated with Adidas.
Our junior reporters learn the secret behind making a stone mandala, and get a lesson on mindfulness along the way.
Our junior reporters visit the Radio Television Hong Kong studios to learn about the preparation that goes into being on air.
Junior reporters Ady Lam and Christine Ling enter an exciting world of zombies, spies and flying fruit as they try out the new VR experiences.
Our JRs talk to Craig Leeson, creator of the award-winning documentary, A Plastic Ocean, about why we must reduce our plastic waste.
Believe it or not, your favourite hobby could one day become your dream job.
Junior reporters go backstage to learn what it takes to put on the spectacular show, and one of them even got a makeover.
This endangered species that has helped drive HK's eco-tourism industry will no longer exist unless we take action now.
With Ed Sheeran’s Perfect playing from the speakers, and neon furniture and coloured lights setting the mood, Strokes Hong Kong is a mini oasis in the middle of bustling Causeway Bay.
Junior reporters Charlotte Fong and Felix Yeung sampled different courses at the HKU Taster, where they met with professors, cadavers and zombies.
The Mine Train merges virtual reality with physical reality as you rocket through a rainforest while trying to capture animal critters.