Thousands will make their way to the sleepy island this weekend, to celebrate the annual festival, that has been running more than a century.
Despite a strong economy, students say Hong Kong’s job market still isn’t ideal.
Exam answer scripts are marked on screens at the Hong Kong Examinations and Assessment Authority (HKEAA) test scanning centre.
There are currently no plans to share more child abuse data with the Hospital Authority, says Social Welfare Department
The two governmental departments are looking into ways to cooperate, but may be limited by the Personal Data Privacy Ordinance.
Written exams start on March 29 while the results will be posted on July 10.
Hong Kong villagers could receive compensation of up to HK$1.2 million if moved to make room for new towns
Not only would residents of land up for development receive the money, they would also be rehoused.
2018 DSE English Paper 4 speaking exam focused on current affairs and Hong Kong figures like Li Ka-shing and Rex Tso
Questions included realistic topics like policies on drone flying and e-sports, compared to more imaginative ones in the past.
Duo found guilty of illegal assembly after trying to force way into room to take oath of office in 2016
Teachers want Liberal Studies to remain a compulsory HKDSE subject, but students have mixed feelings about that
Media reports suggested the government would consider making the subject an elective one – and teachers disagree, according to a PTU survey.
Public transport interrupted and the public evacuated as third WW2 bomb was found at Wan Chai rail link construction site
Police race to defuse the unexploded device at a construction site for the MTR’s Sha Tin-Central rail link