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The South American country sees little hope of relief soon, as the rainy season won't begin until December.
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Students from the University of Hong Kong's Morrison Hall organised a Christmas Bazaar to raise funds for Operation Santa Claus. More than...
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Imagine losing your sight. Something you take for granted every day is no longer available to you. But more than that, you're in a strange...
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Ocean Park and Disneyland both offer good reasons to get out of the house and enjoy a Christmas excursion
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Homantin Government Secondary School student reporters look at the strange world of Lolita fashion
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This year's Christmas movie releases are, unfortunately, a reminder of just how unadventurous the industry has become amid a flagging economy. Mostly adaptations of...
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Wong Lai-chung paces the length of his workshop with a beam on his face, examining the work done by a group of secondary school students. He nods approvingly...
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Of all the reasons to pick up the violin, 13-year-old Leung Yat-hei may have the most unexpected: 'I like it because it's made of wood.' The slightly autistic boy fell in love with the instrument...
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The gold hunters are in town. Hong Kong's largest sporting extravaganza - the East Asian Games (EAG) - officially opens this Saturday. A few events...
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Local bagpipe lovers were thrilled with a recent visit by celebrated master Bill Robertson. More than 10 years after the handover, the bagpipes are one of...
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A Form Seven student has come up with an innovative, simple technology that turns waste into energy. It won him the top prize in ...