Science

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As the effects of climate change continue to increase, amphibious architecture may be one solution to rising sea levels.
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Jackson  with his father, Wang Ruiji
Jackson will represent Hong Kong at the first Youth Olympic Games (YOG) in Singapore in August...
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The room is filled with the scent of rosemary and the sound of happy families busy baking their own cookies...
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The summer holidays are approaching and many of you are looking for either internships or summer jobs. But with every job comes the dreaded interview...
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There's always stress from public exams, but the pressure on those sitting the last HKCEE this year is even greater.
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A recent survey has shown that 60 per cent of Hongkongers do not drink milk regularly and that most teenagers stop drinking milk when they get older...
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It is every footballer's ambition to represent their country at a World Cup. Next week, hundreds of young local players will get a chance to compete in Hong Kong's very own mini version...
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Businessmen are not the only ones to benefit from today's technology - students are taking part in online school-to-school debates...
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A dozen Primary Four pupils shout in excitement as they watch the 3D effects in 15-minute film Earth Heroes inside a lorry's mini space-age cinema...
Drip by drip, part 4 - Fact and fiction on the health benefits of the bottled drink
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Hong Kong is regarded as a rich city by many but for some children, travelling overseas is a luxury...