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Federation of Youth Groups hold forum for discussion between students and Carrie Lam about her current policies
The current Chief Executive was asked how she plans to connect with young people by 260 students in Aberdeen.
British activist Benedict Rogers to start NGO to monitor HK's freedom and democracy after being refused entry to the city
His group will report on Hong Kong’s progress on human rights, democracy and freedoms, and advocate on behalf of the city in London and other European capitals.
Students across the city are reported to have mixed feelings over the new compulsory Chinese history curriculum.
Hong Kong Disneyland's Halloween Time brings a dark twist to familiar fairy tales and classic Disney villains bring the fun
October 31 will be the last day you can check out the creepy Maze of Madness through a mad scientist’s lab, or mix with baddies like Cruella de Vil!
Playstation-exclusive Gran Turismo Sport close to racing IRL? Racer brothers Shaun and Jasper Thong put it to the test
Media-only event showed technical improvements via demo racing pods set up with 65 inch 4K TVs and Thrustmaster-GT mock steering wheels
Is making Chinese history compulsory in Hong Kong secondary schools renewing push for national education?
Announcement by chief executive Carrie Lam revived fears of a push for controversial national education curriculum.
Documentary A Century of Power shows CLP's role in modernising infrastructure from colonial Hong Kong to the present
Electricity company China Light & Power founded by the Kadoorie family in 1901 played a vital role in the development of the city we call home.
Students from Hong Kong, Taiwan, China, Japan, South Korea, Mongolia, and Germany, are taking part in a four-day hackathon co-organised by Goethe-Institut and the Open Knowledge Foundation Deutschland.
Thousands of netizens have supported a petition to save a shop cat from being sent into quarantine after a woman accused it of scratching her son.