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A 2016 survey conducted by Unicef revealed that two-thirds of young people in Hong Kong have been bullied.
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A Creative Secondary School student who won the Roche Young Scientist Award invented a device to help people with dyslexia memorise brushstrokes via tactile learning.
IGCSE World Literature top scorer Elly Hung speaks to us about one of her biggest inspirations, and shared some useful tips on how to tackle the exam.
From her illustrations, there is a grand total of eight different methods, sparking some serious debate amongst internet users.
Programmes to provide pads and cups to girls in developing countries miss the mark.
From eating messily to bad behaviour, the mud-loving creatures have long had an influence on the English language.
The video urges society to respect children’s right to pursue their interests without being forced to follow parents’ ‘orders’.
Challenging social norms can start with the way you dress, as students discovered at their schools’ Gender Swap Day.
Following a study that shows creating fresh water from seawater creates a lot of toxic waste, here are some more green fixes that can damage the planet.
Students looking to work in the art world need to equip themselves with knowledge of business, technology and social issues.
Two of Hong Kong’s most promising design graduates talk about their creative process, from the sketch pad to the catwalk.