We spoke to the 19-year-old about suing the US government for the climate emergency, and how he empowers his people through song.
New HK Heritage Museum exhibition takes you on a journey through history with help from the British Museum
Be amazed by 100 historical objects on display from different time periods and civilisations.
HK teen physics prodigy Tommy Chau Chun-wang wants to become one of the world’s top scientists, and his first stop is Oxford
The 17-year-old student from St Margaret’s Co-educational English Secondary has earned a full scholarship to the prestigious university.
Originally created for a banner during the Umbrella Movement, local designer Kit Man's font has become a symbol of the city's might.
An excerpt of a letter by victim families support group Tiananmen Mothers, who are mourning those killed in the June 4 crackdown.
Tammy Ho Lai-ming is the President of PEN HK, a Hong Kong-based writers’ society, and the founding co-editor of Cha: An Asian Literary Journal.
Professor and educator Brian Cox on youth standing up and speaking up for humanity, political activism and why science is helpful for all careers
Ahead of the Hong Kong date of his live world show, Brian Cox spoke to us about the importance of science, and of speaking up.
Children across Asia are given a face - and a voice - through the work of photographer Richard Bowen
The former Hollywood cinematographer has spent the past 20 years capturing images that force the public to come face to face with child poverty.
Keep your gastrointestinal tract in good shape with these delicious additions to your diet.
The cost of housing in Hong Kong is forcing people to give up their dreams, says the maker of this Unicef Make a Video entry
Many Hongkongers cannot afford to buy a flat. According to the Legislative Council Commission, small- and medium-sized flat prices have almost tripled in the past 10 years.