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The mainland tourist by arrived high-speed train on Tuesday night and was found to have a fever.
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Reaching for the sky_L
Everyone has a dream, and Mavis Tsang Ka-yee has a high-flying dream of becoming a pilot...
The key to success_L
Today, 39,772 students will receive their Hong Kong Advanced Level Examination (A-level) results...
Side lined_L
The World Cup is heating up and a lot of young football fans are not happy because they cannot watch the action at home...
Time to play_L
Video games form a multibillion-dollar industry that generates more money than Hollywood, and game developers are constantly vying for a bigger piece of the market...
King George V School students Aika Hui (left) and Audrey Yick, with teacher Mark Poulsum
Fair trade has been promoted in Hong Kong for years, but for some students, it is still a foreign concept...
Betty Li collected almost HK$3,000 for charity.
We might not think about our hair much, but it can serve a meaningful purpose for cancer patients...
Claudia Lo Wai-yu (above left) and Tommy San Chun-yin used a mobile phone application to promote a charity trek
When Island School student Claudia Lo Wai-yu entered a competition to create a marketing plan for a charity organisation, she knew she was in for a one-of-a-kind experience...
(From left) Jacky Cho, Jeanno Cheung,  Divine Fung, Ngai Ka-kit and Billy Ho  were among the teams that made it to the semi-finals of the Imagine Cup competition.
Like many young people today, Jeanno Cheung Chin-long and his classmates grew up with computer games. Knowing how to beat enemies in Warcraft is almost second nature...
Green zone_L
It's no secret what happens to uneaten food we throw into rubbish bins - it ends up in the city's landfills...
Tsang Tsz-fung  says muay thai changed his life.
At night, it's common to see teenagers linger on the streets of Hong Kong, not wanting to go home. They are often frustrated, bored and angry, and could easily try drugs or start fights...