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EXCLUSIVE: 2017 World University Games gold medallist Siobhan Haughey says winning 100m freestyle gives her confidence for tomorrow's 200m
The 19-year-old’s gold in the 100m freestyle is Hong Kong’s first gold medal since 2009 at the World University Games.
The 19-year-old delivered one of the best international performances for HK in recent years
It is only the 14th No 10 signal since 1946, the last coming in July 2012, for Typhoon Vicente.
Survey shows brain drain is still a serious problem as 60 per cent of respondents aged between 18 and 34 say they are willing to emigrate.
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The USA had a complete solar eclipse from sea to shining sea, the first in 99 years
British racing star Dan Wells moved to Hong Kong in April, 2012, with no money and no income – just the dream of becoming a professional race car driver.
60 per cent of Hong Kong graduates from mainland universities return home, say finding work in China is hard
Many Hong Kong students can secure better salaries, benefits and opportunities at home.