Professionals from some of the city’s most respected design institutions share their ideas about what it means to be creative.
Time travel sounds good, but we shouldn't dwell in the past; focus on the present instead, says the creator of this Unicef HK Make a Video entry
Instead of wishing you could change something in your past, you should learn to focus on the here and now.
We were 'Lucky' enough to chat with the American singer-songwriter about his creative process, and following your dreams.
A student examines the way we view the choices in life through a video about deciding what to order in a restaurant.
The award-winning writer of Orangeboy chats about her creative process and why it's important for her to be a voice for young black teenagers.
The TV scientist appeared on political satire programme 'Last Week Tonight' to berate people who refuse to act on climate change.
The popularity of Instagram, Snapchat and KOLs show that the virtual world is becoming less an escape from the real world and more an extension of it.
Photojournalist Nicole Tung on what inspires her to cover conflicts such as the Arab Spring, Occupy Central, and Europe's refugee crisis
The war correspondent recently showed her photos of children affected by war at PMQ, at an exhibition hosted by Save the Children.
Sukhdeep Singh, 23, is on a mission to empower non-Chinese youngsters in Hong Kong, starting with an NGO he set up with other young professionals.
Leading Lights: Junior Schools Debating Competition champions Diocesan Girls’ School tell us the key to a perfect rebuttal
We speak with the top debaters about how they talked their way out of some difficult challenges.