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Messages of support and hope came pouring in on social media in the aftermath of the explosion that has left 22 confirmed dead and over 50 injured.
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Tourism stakeholders in Hong Kong have urged the government to place innovation and creativity at the fore of revamping A Symphony of Lights, the nightly laser show involving skyscrapers on both sides of Victoria Harbour, as visitor numbers are falling.
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Being heard is often a struggle for users of sign language, but a new invention by three students at Christian & Missionary Alliance Sun Kei Secondary School hopes to change that.
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After a worrying social media challenge began circulating online, several counselling advisors have offered up their suggestions for what to do if you see people you know taking part in it.
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The government plans to subsidise degree programmes at self-financed tertiary institutions.
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1. He didn’t originally set out to be an actor. He'd only tagged along with some friends to be an extra on the set of Caesar and Cleopatra (1945) and caught the eye of someone on the crew.
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The Education Bureau has today released a set of "tools" offering support to students who sat this year's HKDSE exams.
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A black rainstorm warning was issued by the Hong Kong Observatory on Wednesday after hours of rain drenched Hongkongers, slowing traffic to a crawl.
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Heads up football fans – former Real Madrid star Ronaldo Luís Nazário de Lima is in town. The footballing legend is in Hong Kong to visit the newly launched Ronaldo Academy and to meet some of the academy’s students. He arrived in Hong Kong yesterday afternoon.
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Elephant Community Press offers writing workshops to young people to give them a chance to share their stories and be heard in their communities.
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Taking on the challenge of a high tech treasure hunt, 47 teams from took part in the Communications Association of Hong Kong (CAHK)’s annual Geocaching Competition, held on May 13.
What would happen if you spun around more than 30 times in a minute? “You’d probably vomit or get dizzy. But most freestyle skaters have become used to spinning, as their coaches won’t allow them to stop,” says local roller-sports star Ben Lo Ng-shuen.
Greater Manchester Police tweeted that they were treating this as a terrorist incident until they knew otherwise.
The district of Chai Wan is packed with industrial and residential blocks, the paint on their walls already worn out ages ago, leaving only black and rusty traces that appear after every scour of rainwater.

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