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DaBoz uses urban dance as a form of expression and wants people in the city to adopt its carefree attitude
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Jehangir Hormusjee Ruttonjee faced business failures, political unrest and personal tragedy in Hong Kong, but his devotion to the city and its people never wavered.
The iconic building in Tsim Sha Tsui is known for great food and cheap accommodation, but it’s the inhabitants that make the complex so special.
From ice buckets to planking and dancing to Drake, online stunts come in all shapes and sizes, so what gives them their universal appeal? We ask a sociology expert.
Lovables, a company founded at Renaissance College, make it their mission to create stuffed animals that represents those with disabilities.
With his film 'Dance. Create Miracles', Wah Yan College alumnus Parco Ho aims to explore what's still seen as a taboo in Chinese culture.
The philanthropist built his career and legacy in the city and dedicated his life to helping others.
Not many people realise the ends of smoked cigarettes contain plastic, so are not biodegradeable, and they're damaging the environment.
Ward off any unwanted visitors tonight – and for the rest of the month – by avoiding these superstitious acts.
Some of us love it, and some of us hate it – but more thought goes into the food you’re served on a plane than you’d think.