Liberal Studies: HK not doing enough to reduce carbon emissions says Paris Watch climate report [March 12, 2019]
Hong Kong's emission reduction target was 3,300kg to 3,800kg per capita, exceeding the 2,000kg recommendation of global climate leadership group.
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.
HK secondary school apologises for calling police on its own students taking photos at campus gate on their last day of school
St Paul's Secondary School also opened up the campus for photo-taking opportunities for one afternoon last week.
Ethnic minority student calls for simpler Chinese curriculum as group struggles with weak language skills.
Students welcome plans to expand science and history museums, calling for more fun activities that involve human interaction.
Meet the inspiring individuals who have impacted our city and paved the way for other females today.
ESF schools voice concern over the school strike for climate action inspired by #FridaysForFuture movement
West Island School, South Island School and Sha Tin College recognised that students may attend in a call for action on climate change, but could not grant permission for them to be absent.
The young women, who have given themselves the names Reem and Rawan, have been granted the right to remain until early April.
Young Post's podcast 'Your Voice, Hong Kong' brings you important everyday issues, told through the voices of young people.
Police called on St Paul’s Secondary School students taking pictures at campus gate on their last day of school
Contrary to what the school said, the students said the teachers did not seem to show any concern for their safety.