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After some delays with obtaining permission for the march, the Greta Thunberg-inspired Student March For Climate Action Hong Kong will go ahead this weekend.
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Pinky Li hosts an online radio programme with the Hong Kong Society for the Blind. She's a fan of music but her first love is doing interviews.
Blind teenager Pinky Li Hin-kwai is determined to work towards her goal of eventually becoming a professional radio host...
Our first efforts as pioneers of a better, child-friendlier world where local youth could be heard and their opinions respected through Voices of Youth were not easy....
Off their game_L
Most films adapted from video games miss the mark. Maybe it's the nature of video games or maybe video games are cursed...
Into the mind of Hawking_L
In a new television series, the world's leading scientist, Stephen Hawking, explores the fascinating mysteries surrounding the universe...
Viki Holmes (centre) with Carina Chan Yibei (right) and Phoebe Chan Chi-tung.
Carina was in Hong Kong for Poemography, a six-day cultural exchange programme organised by the Swire Organisation for Youth Arts...
Taking pictures is a healthy, artistic activity, but some local photographers can upset girls by focusing too much on their bodies.
Hong Kong people love to take photos - they could be of a family having a delicious meal at a restaurant or a famous tourist attraction...
the power of telling tales_L
Written by 15-year-old Liu Yi-ling from Chinese International School, The Footage of Yangon describes a day in the life of a young undercover reporter...
Photos: Gingko House
Gingko House is a restaurant chain run mostly by Hong Kong's senior citizens...
More than just tutorials_L
In 2012, the first batch of secondary school students will be taking the Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education examinations. Students will sit just one set of exams, rather than two...
A home in the planning_L
Three or four decades ago, it was the norm for young Hongkongers to start saving up so they could buy a flat as soon as possible. For most young people today that is just a dream...