When MTR station art is more than just something pretty to look at, it can serve a community, its people and its culture
MTR station artwork doesn’t just make stations look nicer; it’s an ode to the city and its heritage.
A teenage girl was left partially paralysed after experiencing rare complications during treatment.
DSE Economics exam increases number of data-based MC questions drastically, and wants students to apply theory to life
Analysis of multiple sources of data was also required in some questions.
5,000 people marched for stricter animal protection laws and government unit to handle animal cruelty cases in Hong Kong
A silent vigil for Siu Pak, a Japanese Spitz that was thrown from the roof of a 23-storey residential block on April 4.
Candidates could choose to answer questions about the same elective in both sections of Paper Two this year, but it may not be a good thing.
Both new and current students can look forward to more financial support in next academic year.
How one Hong Kong student-led charity is helping underprivileged students get into Oxford and Cambridge Universities
Getting into the two prestigious British universities isn’t as hard or expensive as you might expect - and it’s all thanks to Project Access HK.
Mixed reactions about the HKDSE BAFS exam garners, though it refrains from including unusual questions like last year
Business, Accounting and Financial Studies paper was a challenge to some but a breeze for others, while tutors say the difficulty was average.
Chief executive says editing the wording improves accuracy, but some critics are calling it censorship.
A new study has found that six out of 10 of the city’s Chinese residents believe prejudice against ethnic minorities is still common in Hong Kong.