The term does not only refer to unwanted physical contact or have to involve extreme force.
Leen Youssef, a 27-year-old now living in the French capital, remembers sniper bullets whizzing past her face on two occasions.
As Choi Hung’s New Horizons building reaches its last days, Christian Action’s Cheung-Ang Siew Mei reflects on happy times working with those escaping unhappy situations.
The Australian teen singer of ‘Younger’ and ‘Don’t Tell Me’ sat down with Young Post before his debut concert in Hong Kong.
It’s good to want to lead your team to success but you also need to know how to carry them out of failure.
If everybody is bound by a certain set of standards, will the world be as interesting and full of colour as it is now?
How classical music helps youngsters from one of South Africa’s poorest townships stay off the streets and see the world
Buskaid, a school in Soweto, Johannesburg, introduces young people to the inspirational power of musical instruments.
The Free Clinic was launched to offer free services to households with a monthly median income of HK$8,000 or less.
American YA author Lamar Giles of ‘Fake ID’ on why diversity in books is so important for the next generation
The co-founder of non-profit organisation We Need Diverse Books cites his mother and young people as inspiration for his writing.
Our Junior Reporters tell us which Easter treats are worth putting in your shopping basket and which would be better left hidden.