Following his PowerPoint victory, this HK student won again at the Microsoft Office World Championship, this time at Excel
Seventeen-year-old Microsoft Office whiz Ken Yip turned a simple hobby into two wins at the annual productivity software competition.
The student, who appeared to be of primary school age, was sent to hospital in Kwun Tong.
The reports include marking schemes, examiner comments and exam objectives, and are available from HKEAA offices or online.
The South China Morning Post launches today, becoming Hong Kong's fourth daily newspaper. Whether it can stand the test of time is for future generations to discover.
I was offered HK$6 million to keep bad rail work on HK MTR's Sha Tin-Central link a secret, whistle-blower says
China Technology Corporation managing director Jason Poon alleges Leighton Contractors (Asia) tried to keep him quiet about substandard construction.
However, authorities say anyone dealing in the drug would be committing a crime.
HK is 20 years behind Seoul and Taipei on waste charging scheme, environment chief Wong Kam-sing urges public to back initiative
Minister makes clear scheme’s purpose is not to boost tax revenue, but to cut waste; government plans to launch scheme in late 2020 at earliest.
Under new system, applicants will gain 0.5 to 1.5 extra points if they score Level 5, 5* or 5** in their Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education exams.
Typhoon Yutu first storm in 25 years to prompt No 3 warning signal in Hong Kong for the month of November
Observatory data shows last time signal was raised in the month was back in 1993 for Typhoon Ira.