Junior reporters

We ask a clinical psychologist about apps people can use alongside therapy to take care of their stress, anxiety and depression.
One JR also learned that the captain has to keep an eye on many things such as the navigation system, marine traffic, and crew.
As junior reporters keen to learn more about the word of media, who better for them to speak to than SCMP’s very own CEO, Gary Liu?
Award winner Agnes Lam draws inspiration from her life, and expresses her thoughts on the world in her writing that is enjoyed by many around the world.
Junior reporter Veronica Lin found out about the joys of making her own candle from scratch at a three-and-a-half-hour workshop.
Junior reporter Lauren Faith Lau explores lesser known aspects of Chinese tradition at this year’s Hong Kong Culture Festival.
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.