Some people believe that the Earth is flat, but a Chinese University physics lecturer says it is easy to disprove their claims.
The top three performers in the competition want everyone to see the beauty of numbers.
A trip to Yale's Model United Nations conference was an eye-opening experience for HK’s Victoria Shanghai Academy students
The students were impressed by the poise and improvisation skills of the delegates from other countries.
World’s first underwater band Between Music took 12 years to create their unique sub-aquatic concert, Aquasonic
The Danish band consulted with professors, divers and physicists to hone their sound for the underwater spectacle.
Jordan Fung of Cheung Sha Wan Catholic Secondary School previously founded an online learning platform, and now runs technology and digital media company Pedosa Group.
Our porky friends get called by different names, and get mixed into everyday words that seem to have nothing to do with the animal.
Young Wildlife Photographer of the Year Skye Meaker on speaking at Davos with Jane Goodall, and taking the perfect shot
The teen photographer from South Africa recently spoke at the World Economic Forum’s annual meeting about his experience.
There's nothing wrong with taking it slow or falling short of success - failure can still be a lesson you grow from
You don’t have to do things at a lightning pace because that can mean more mistakes.
How this HK teen with dyslexia is helping others with the learning disability learn Chinese characters more easily
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.
Leading Lights: IGCSE World Literature top scorer on how Harry Potter helped her excel academically, offer tips for aceing the papers
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.