Police find no reason for suspicion, autopsy to determine cause of death.
Debate and controversy over New Zealand mosque shooting, gun laws, and LGBTQ+ rights on day one of HKMUN
Hong Kong Model United Nations (HKMUN) kicked off to a fiery start last Sunday, with an impassioned speech by Secretary General Aarushi Jain, 17, from West Island School announcing this year’s theme of ‘A torch to carry forward’.
60 per cent of HKDSE candidates have never used a radio before, and fear that may affect their exam scores
More than half of students in the final year of secondary school in Hong Kong have never used a radio before – and it is leaving them potentially tuned out ahead of HKDSE.
Hong Kong MTR, already delayed by train collision, suffers second setback as woman falls on tracks at Kowloon Tong
Incident on East Rail line comes after commuters hit by suspension of connections because of collision which derailed a carriage.
The final of the major HK competition was the first in 17 years to feature two teams from ESF schools.
The two trains were part of an overnight trial run for a new signal system; both drivers were taken to hospital.
On Friday, March 15 about 1,000 gathered at Chater Garden in Hong Kong to march to Legco as part of the global #ClimateStrike movement to demand stronger climate change action from governments all around the world.
About 1,000 marched in HK's #ClimateStrike to demand stronger climate change action from the government
Organisers say they will send a letter to schools next to suggest how students can be better educated about how they can fight climate change.
Local NGO criticises the government for ‘playing a numbers game’ with the targets.
HKMUN 2019 aims to encourage countries to work work together to tackle global issues like climate change
Students from 30 schools across Hong Kong will gather at the Science Park from March 17 -19 for the annual Hong Kong Model United Nations event.