Skateboarding set to make its debut at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and break-dancing to be added to the programme in 2024.
Leading Lights: Tips from top English literature A Level student on understanding Shakespeare, Bronte, Yeats and more
We speak to Simone Morris, an Outstanding Cambridge Learner Award winner, about her passion for reading and for some helpful revision hints.
With Octopus cards, Alipay and other e-payment options so popular and available, why are we still using coins in HK?
They weigh down our wallets and are impossible to spend, but an economics experts says we still need these coins.
From the mystery of MH370 to the mental health problems experienced by a Germanwings pilot, air tradedy can strike in any region for many reasons.
Children’s Medical Foundation fellowship mentors students in medicine, leadership, investments and teamwork in HK and China
The four-week, hands-on programme combines elements of service learning and internships.
Réhahn, whose photography has appeared on National Geographic and BBC, celebrates 'Ageless Beauty' across Vietnam
The French, Hoi An-based photographer believes people are capable of having a much broader idea of what beauty means than what the press often portrays.
The HK students are raising money for Rett Syndrome, a disease that almost exclusively affects girls.
It’s not easy when you’re at the bottom of the food chain. Some plants have evolved in unique ways to survive. From flowers with monkey faces to happy alien-like blooms, here are nine incredible plants that look nothing like what you would expect.
While you are trying to achieve your dreams, lean on the people around you and who care about you instead of trying to take on everything yourself.
Best Lesson: How Cee Lo Green's song 'Forget You' inspired a new attitude to school, work, extracurriculars and friendships
A long-time Junior Reporter looks back at how being able to let go of old relationships led her to new opportunities.