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The STEM enthusiasts from St Mark’s School built an application that measures the distance between objects via radio-frequency identification.
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You may love the taste, but readers Young Post spoke to agree with a proposed ban on the international trade of bluefin tuna...
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A student's coffee table design debuted recently at a branch of the G.O.D. concept store...
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Students connect around the world through a special online learning project...
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Exhibition gives people suffering from mental illness a chance to explore their artistic side...
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Europe isn't usually top of the list when Hong Kong students are thinking about studying overseas. But with its long history, varied heritage and rich culture, the small continent has a lot to offer..
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Sliding down handrails and jumping over obstacles, skateboarders are regarded by some locals as unruly and troublesome. But the introduction of skate parks has changed public perception of the sport..
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The arts have become a popular channel to drum up awareness of the city's heritage and culture. Design students use their know-how to save Hong Kong streets...
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Apple's iPhone was named invention of the year in 2007 by Time magazine. One young man has made good use its applications...
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Next month, a team of local students will be jetting off to the debating equivalent of football's World Cup. This year's...
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Frustrated and confused teenagers are susceptible to misbehaviour. Many get into trouble and ruin their lives, but it is never...