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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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We've put together a list of some of the best non-fiction releases of 2018 for everyone from the football fan and the activist inspired by March For Our Lives to the free spirit planning a gap year of world travel.
We met the editors behind Victoria Shanghai Academy’s student newspaper and spoke to them about how it’s run.
In this era where instant gratification is the norm, Kevin Wong is on a mission to improve the quality of communication by taking it slow.
Get into the holiday spirit by snapping a beautiful Instagram-worthy shot at these public Christmas decorations around the city.
The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation has classified puppeteer Shadi al-Hallaq’s art as in need of urgent safeguarding.
Garris Choi from West Island School has tips on how to make sense of and ace the two complex subjects.
It is hard not to be a little bit charmed by the sight of a man who, still under 40, is clearly living his wildest dreams.
The creators of 'Yappie' and 'Asian Bachelorette' may be famous for comedy, but the group is serious about normalising Asian-Americans in the media.
People are known to walk, talk and eat while sleeping. Now, there is sleep texting.
We asked Hong Kong’s top scorer in IGCSE PE for tips on excelling in the theoretical and practical aspects of the exam.