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More than half of students in the final year of secondary school in Hong Kong have never used a radio before – and it is leaving them potentially tuned out ahead of HKDSE.
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Organisers say they will send a letter to schools next to suggest how students can be better educated about how they can fight climate change.
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All the girls aged 12 to 14 from Holy Family Canossian College had developed fever and other symptoms and sought medical attention.
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Hong Kong University says it wants to share its expertise, but critics are worried the new faculty will stretch resources.
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The Hong Kong Examinations and Assessment Authority first released the app in 2012. The new version features a more user-friendly interface.
The presence of these animals in the city is a result of rapid development, leading various species of wildlife to wander into human territory.
Plastic accounts for roughly 20 per cent of the city’s daily municipal waste generation.
Officials say being fed by visitors led Billy to associate plastic bags with food.
Animal rights activists said the incidents reflected the plight of the island’s wild cattle who were suffering from habitat degradation and becoming increasingly accustomed to human feeding.
This prompted a concern group to call for more public awareness of diminishing grasslands and the dangers of humans feeding wild animals.
Tween reporter and editor of the 'Orange Street News' asks public not to doxx officer after video goes viral.
Young Post speaks to two young standout of the showjumpers to compete at the prestigious Longines Masters of Hong Kong junior events last week
The 14-year-old skating star talks to Young Post over Skype about winning championships and breaking records.
It doesn’t matter if the people being bullied are your friends or strangers; we should all try to uphold justice and make the world a better place.