Hong Kong Education Bureau under fire for requiring schools to buy VHS video recorders, fax machines and other outdated technology
Lawmaker calls on authorities to review equipment list with input from schools for a modern education.
UPDATED: "It was very chaotic", coach passengers involved in fatal Tsing Yi crash describe accident that left five dead
More than 30 others injured when coach collided with taxi at around 5am.
74% of all waste drinks cartons in HK are from Vitasoy, most students don't think company will take responsibility for the recycling
Almost three quarters of drinks cartons in HK landfills are from one local beverage giant, a green group reveals.
Holidays with no homework improve students' learning abilities and personal development, Hong Kong study finds
Students say they felt they were learning better after a break during which they did things other than homework.
74 per cent of drinks cartons in HK landfills comes from Vitasoy, company told to take responsible for recycling by Green Power
Local beverage giant must stop ignoring the problem and not wait for legislation before acting, green group says.
Tearful parents of Think Academy International School students call for HK government to give school new site
After the Tsung Tsin Think Academy was shut down earlier this month for failing to properly register, about 120 pupils were moved to another campus to share classrooms with 170 others.
The scroll is nearly 1,000 years old, and was created by Su Shi, one of the most important cultural figures in China's history.
Greenpeace urge people to curb the use of single-use plastics to prevent the tragedy from repeating.
Pro-establishment candidate Chan Hoi-yan, who was elected on Sunday, wants to make school less stressful for students.
University of Hong Kong’s pro-vice-chancellor says strategic partnership can help both cities become global leaders in technology