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Anita Yu struggled herself as a student, and wants to use sigh language and creative teaching methods to motivate her students.
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Using videos and simulations championing the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals, participants saw the world in a different light.
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Thanks to a new sports charity, 14-year-old Form Three student Tsang Tsz-ho got the chance to take up a brand new sport, and play it with celebrities like Hacken Lee Hak-kan.
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Joining HKYAF’s scriptwriting workshops helped students Gingin Mak and Maya Greenberg discover a different side of theatre.
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“Net neutrality” regulations, designed to prevent internet service providers like Verizon, AT&T, Comcast and Charter from favoring some sites and apps over others, are on the chopping block.
Got a shiny new DSLR (digital single lens reflex) camera and want to give astrophotography a try? Here are the basics to get you started.
Off-screen, the Star Wars toy universe is immense, with a soft-toy-worthy character for every taste
From a super expensive diamond to the world’s largest martial arts lesson, here are six of Hong Kong's most weird and wonderful records.
Professor Zhang Mingjie’s discovery of how the DISC1 protein works on the brain could help to develop new treatments and drugs.
This week's mild temperatures may have made last weekend's chill feel like a one-off, but it looks like winter is on its way
Millions of people showed support for a brave young boy who shared his pain as a bullying victim in a heartbreaking video.
Nearly 90 per cent of Hong Kong teachers said a new competence assessment carried out last school year had pressured them to drill pupils despite it being a simpler version, the city’s largest organisation for the profession found.
Aura Xilonen started writing The Gringo Champion, which won Mexico’s Mauricio Achar/Random House Award, when she was just 16.

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