Hong Kong Labour Department offers on-the-job training scheme for young people interested in IT and education fields
The Youth Employment and Training Programme (YETP) will host a recruitment day on Wednesday at Pui Ching Primary School.
Fights broke out between protesters and police after another anti-extradition bill march.
Hong Kong U18 ice hockey player talks about balancing late-night practices with studying at Island School, and why athletes in his sport can't be shy
Ice hockey is a fast-paced, high-octane sport with rather unsociable training hours – but Eito Ishizuka and his teammates are used to it.
Chinese shadow puppetry: 2,000 year-old form of theatre is recruiting new blood to save the dying art
Master puppeteers have teamed up with a group of youngsters to pass on the ancient storytelling technique.
Whether or not you’re a fan of the distinctive smell, learn all about the spiky fruit here.
HK Chief Executive Carrie Lam’s government sincerely asks for public opinions on upcoming 2019 policy address
Public consultation launched for the annual briefing given to Legco and the public about governmental work in the coming year.
'Car gate' has taken the internet by storm as netizens can't believe that the pristine 'seaside scene' is not what it seems.
Colourful collages of Post-it notes were a landmark feature of the 2014 Occupy protests with a Lennon Wall next to a staircase at the city’s legislature in Admiralty. Now they have made a return all over the city.
HKDSE 2019: Top scores from a visually impaired student show that having a disability is no barrier to academic excellence
Tse Sze-man received the support of the Ebenezer School & Home for the Visually Impaired, which helped her develop effective study techniques.
Hong Kong extradition bill: Journalists to hold silent march to protest against alleged police brutality during mass anti-ELAB rallies
Event is jointly organised by the HK Journalist Association, the HK Press Photographers Association and other journalist unions in the city.