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We met the editors behind Victoria Shanghai Academy’s student newspaper and spoke to them about how it’s run.
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Guide dog trainer Raymond Cheung also tells us how service dogs can change the lives of visually impaired people
Most sharks have the ability to detect electrical fields, while one takes bites out of its prey without killing it so it can feed again later.
Acting, singing, and dancing on a stage has helped many students shed their shyness and build their confidence.
While any orchestra requires talented individuals, a truly amazing one must be greater than the sum of its parts. At the 2018 Hong Kong Youth Music Camp, which took place last month, young musicians learned what it takes to make music as part of an ensemble.
Five of the best and most popular reporters of an online video platform created by the company that runs Hong Kong magazine 100Most.
Some people may see bats as evil, but they are gentle animals that play a vital role in natural ecosystems, and in technological and medical advances.
Au-yeung Ping-chi is one of the remaining papier mache makers in Hong Kong who still runs his own business, Bo Wah Paper Craft, in Sham Shui Po.
2017 Student of the Year (SOTY) Visual Artist winner Jasmine Lam says that art isn’t just looking at something and copying it – it can be so much more.
The Sino-Japan Youth Conference has been fostering relations between students across Asia for nine years. This year's participants tell YP cadet Erica Lee what they've taken away from the experience.
They are proof that modern models are more than just pretty faces – they’re doing their part to help make society better.