2017 Golden Kite award-winning YA author Jack Cheng on why debut novel ‘See You in the Cosmos’ doesn’t focus on his ethnicity
The Detroit-based, Shanghai-born author says writing is a form of personal development that encourages self-reflection.
Dates and other details you need to know about the beautiful Paris landmark.
Fire raged through the 856-year-old French landmark on Monday, destroying its famous spire.
Here’s why a simpler kind of romance is better than the unattainable ideals that we see in movies or hear in love songs.
Campus Life: Science is the ultimate superpower at Nord Anglia’s superhero-themed STEAM Festival 2019
Students bring their superhero fantasies to life with innovative tech gadgets created using concepts from science, mathematics, engineering and more.
The Predators on how their friendship helps them in training, feeling their bodies grow stronger, and gearing up for the Mud Race
With their training well under way, and with three weeks till the Race, the students look back on the journey so far
YP EXCLUSIVE: The masterminds behind the record-breaking Instagram egg tell us how they hatched the perfect plan to go viral
No one could believe it when the image became the most-liked photo in IG history – including the man who posted it.
From Gwen Stefani's concert to the All Blacks possibly performing the Haka, there's lots to look forward to, even if you've never watched a match.
Campus Life: West Island School dedicated a week to raising awareness of the shark fin trade and animal conservation
For the ESF school’s first ever Shark Week, students got their peers involved to change the way we think about sharks.
As people can be anonymous online, it gives them more courage to post hate comments, regardless of consequences.