Philip Wong first started playing football as a kid. He had no idea his small-time hobby would open up so many doors for him as an adult.
Hong Kong Civil Society Task Force releases new handbook to help identify and tackle human trafficking in the city
A new handbook aimed at reducing human trafficking and protecting vulnerable groups such as foreign domestic helpers has just been released.
Some suggest introducing licences for street performers instead
As important as it is to train hard, it’s even more important to train smart. Here are five ways to prevent injuries when working out.
26 per cent of 2018 HKDSE students have applied for their exams resulted to be rechecked and remarked by the HKEAA
Out of the 2018 Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education (HKDSE) exam cadidates, 26.29 per cent (15,155 students) applied for their results to be rechecked and remarked.
LCSD's response to complaints about LGBT books restriction in HKPL is ambiguous and at odds with free access to information
"The HKPL is committed to safeguarding the principle of free access to information and does not seek to promote any specific beliefs or points of views through its collection.”
Nepalese Hongkonger is bringing the city's racial discrimination against ethnic minorities to the United Nations
HKU fresh graduate Suskihanna Gurung is part of an NGO delegation to Geneva to raise points about local school system and effect on job searches.
A survey of students from earlier this year reveals half of all respondents expect their parents to help them buy a flat.
2018 marks NASA's 60th anniversary, but the agency isn't the leader in space exploration that it used to be
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration celebrates six decades this year, but the agency responsible for putting the first man on the moon is struggling to stay ahead of the competition.
SOTY 2017: Visual Artist winner on stepping outside her comfort zone, the IB exams, and why good art doesn't have to be serious
2017 Student of the Year (SOTY) Visual Artist winner Jasmine Lam says that art isn’t just looking at something and copying it – it can be so much more.