Hong Kong

Educators in Richmond are concerned by report of a fight between students and emergence of a letter about Hong Kong’s ‘evil’ protests.
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Young Post got into the spirit of World Book Day by choosing the best books for their teammates ...
Alan M (left) as Marcus Dahlman and Keon Woong Lee as DHH, in Hong Kong Players' production of Yellow Face.
Since the handover, Hong Kong has faced an identity crisis like never before. We struggle to find our place in the "one country, two systems" policy.
The new exhibition, Hong Kong Currency, reveals the history of the city's money, including a 1935 HK$500 note (top left), two 1941 HK$5 notes (right) and coins, including a gold 1976 Year of the Dragon HK$1,000 piece (left), a 1902 silver 20-cent piece (centre), and an 1863 bronze one-mil coin (right).
Until 77 years ago, Hongkongers used silver ingots and copper coins to buy things. Hong Kong had no currency of its own when it first became a British colony ...
Many special-edition dispensers are on display at an exhibit at Windsor House in Causeway Bay.
Sweets used to be wrapped in paper and foil. Then one day PEZ came along and changed everything. The Austrian brand is famous for its sweet dispensers with ...
As a child, Lu Chen read every book about magic he could find.
For days, a young Lu Chen could not sleep. The incident kept playing in his mind over and over again. How did she do it? How did the coin disappear into ...
Snow sculptor Alan Tam is happy to get out of the kitchen, pack his tools and head for chilly climates if he has a chance to do what he loves, like creating a snow dragon (bottom).
Hong Kong may be a place where it never snows, but surprisingly it is home to the world's most successful snow sculpture team. Led by Alan Tam Wai-lun, a ...
(From left) Actors Michele Chung, Anthony Wong Wai-keung and Janet Tam during a rehearsal for WWII.
A woman wearing a military uniform shouts: "Don't treat them so nice. They are just captives!"
Chan Keung and Lin Ri Xi, the founders of Blackpaper, envision a new style of travel.
If you think the best way to travel is on guided tours, think again. More and more Hong Kong people prefer to set off on their own.
Kei Takahashi (front left) with other staff at Youth for 3.11.
The devastating earthquake in March last year destroyed thousands of houses and families but not the spirit of Japanese youth. Since the disaster, thousands ...
Junior reporters and students share a fun dinner with illustrator Peter Brown (front left) in Hong Kong.
The folks at Young Readers' Festival understand the need to ask questions. They know that teaching students how to write and illustrate is important. But ...