Police dogs aren’t just incredibly adorable and smart – they also play an important role in keeping our city safe.
You can find many famous, or infamous, people who were born in a Chinese zodiac year of the dog. Here’s a look at some of them.
The Year of the Dog (February 16-February 4 2019) calls for a balanced, no-nonsense attitude over the next 12 months.
We all have mixed feelings about Chinese New Year, but if you think about it, it's actually pretty great.
The price of lai see and good food? This.
Roses are red, violets are blue; but why not show the planet a little love and go green this Valentine's Day?
Lau Sin-tung’s video shows that children should not be forced to take part in activities they don’t like.
Hong Kong’s plastic-strewn beaches and streets are an all-too familiar sight for us. The synthetic material is not easy to avoid – we see it used for everything; from bottles, to takeaway cutlery, to shopping bags.
By producing the video, one student shows her classmates that her skills are not limited to art.
High-pitched, eerie and yet distinct, the sound of a voice calling the name “Amy” is unmistakable. But this isn’t a human cry – it’s the voice of a killer whale called Wikie.
Camera-shy teen Ting Ho-ching faced his fears to create a one-minute video, My Desire: Be Myself, for the Unicef contest.