Fung Lok-yee was found at Yau Lai Estate, the public rental housing where she lives, with no injuries.
Curriculum for Hong Kong’s non-Chinese speaking, ethnic minority students leaves teachers at a loss as to how to help them
Hong Kong Unison's report says the current framework just isn't helpful
Record-breaking heatwave hits Hong Kong as photos show barren reservoir is so dried up, it can now be walked across
Lau Shui Heung Reservoir used to be a scenic hiking spot but is now completely empty.
Tiananmen Square crackdown and 1967 riots to be left out of HK secondary school Chinese history curriculum, starting in 2020
The changes come after several years of discussion between the Curriculum Development Council and schools.
League of Legends no longer just a hobby with HK's first Diploma in eSports Science programme by Cyberport and HKU Space
The programme will help young people in Hong Kong who love video games to get a foot in the industry.
Renaissance College wins Geocaching Competition, which required students to navigate, communicate, and rise above
Student teams from Hong Kong schools had a sweaty but fun day out doing a hi-tech treasure hunt that could become a sport one day.
The King George V School graduate aims to become the youngest in the world to complete all seven summits of the Explorers Grand Slam.
Local social enterprise Agent of Change Foundation’s findings also suggest around 25 per cent have experienced cyberbullying.
This is how Hong Kong bus drivers are going to protest against poor working conditions this Friday, and how it may affect you
Bus industry trade unions set to take part in work-to-rule action on Friday to fight against long hours and low pay.
Boost your confidence and develop leadership skills this summer by signing up to teach in Cambodia with CEDA
Community Education Abroad arranges summer programmes for secondary school students to experience teaching.