Leading Lights: HK startup competition champions create CV app for students that matches them with the perfect internship
The team of four secondary school students built a prototype that curates online CVs and has a search engine for work experiences.
Everyone has their own dream: some want to be singers, some want to be artists. However, society has high expectations of our youngsters and expects them to have great achievements.
Leading lights: Winner of English public speaking contest calls out how HK's education system underrates students' worth
The top three students in a public speaking contest tell us how they approached the task and succeeded in getting their message across.
CNN's annual #MyFreedomDay event at HKIS helps students understand the many facets of human trafficking
Freedom is an ideal that transcends religion, race, and culture. Unfortunately, it is still a right that’s denied to tens of millions of people worldwide.
Don't criticise students for being part of protests like the #ClimateStrike; if they aren't striking, schools are failing to educate them
In an age where children and teenagers have the same tools of achieving change as the rest of us, we will continue to see them take up power on the big issues of our time.
Australian slam poet Zohab Khan on being "the other" as an ethnic minority, how his art is like hip hop, and the discipline of creativity
The spoken-word poet also shares his thoughts on the power of language to heal, transform, and break down barriers.
How to start a youth-led movement like #NeverAgain MSD, #FridaysForFuture, and Thailand Education Revolution Alliance
There is certainly power in numbers, but it starts with individuals like you.
Skateboarding set to make its debut at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and break-dancing to be added to the programme in 2024.
Leading Lights: Tips from top English literature A Level student on understanding Shakespeare, Bronte, Yeats and more
We speak to Simone Morris, an Outstanding Cambridge Learner Award winner, about her passion for reading and for some helpful revision hints.
With Octopus cards, Alipay and other e-payment options so popular and available, why are we still using coins in HK?
They weigh down our wallets and are impossible to spend, but an economics experts says we still need these coins.