We talk to Malvern College students about what they learned from a talk at their school by members of the Red Arrows, Britain’s Royal Air Force Team.
A study by a University of Pennsylvania psychologist showed that reducing time spent on social media improves mood and self-esteem.
They might not be as well-known as Blackbeard or Long John Silver, but the pirates that roamed the waters around China were just as scary.
Chan Siu-woon tells us why he chooses film photography over digital – and why the form is making a comeback.
The road to a checkmate – the winning move in a chess game – can be long and complicated. We spoke to students using the game as a way of teaching English.
Reptiles, arachnids, and birds! Oh my! Move over, cats, dogs, and other furry friends! It's time to adopt other types of animals.
No fewer than 16 peace treaties were signed at the end of the devastating conflict, one of which is seen as an underlying cause of the second world war.
Although gas attacks killed a relatively small number of people compared to the total, the fear and injuries they caused added to the suffering.
The 1914-1918 conflict was known as the 'war to end all wars', but despite millions of dead and wounded, widowed and orphaned, that was not to be.
Hong Kong’s oldest education institution has a rich past and has made a profound impact Hong Kong’s education system.