Two separate studies indicate both adults and young people showed showed symptoms, such as hopelessness and sleep disorder.
Record-setting swimmer Cheuk Ming-ho on learning from his idol at the Asian Games, and the one thing training athletes often neglect
Anew star was born for our city at this year’s Asian Games in Jakarta, Indonesia, as Cheuk Ming-ho made it clear that he plans to be Hong Kong’s top swim star for years to come.
How one 15-year-old female pilot is carrying on her family's legacy in aviation, and taking feminism to new heights among teenagers
One Junior Reporter proved that the sky is not the limit, but only the start of the journey, when she earned her pilot’s licence at just 15.
Ng Wa-sin was last seen leaving a hostel on Nam Long Shan Road wearing a black vest, red and blue stripped shirt, short blue jeans and white sports shoes.
What sets Hong Kong Cantonese porcelain apart from the rest, and why it's a tradition worth preserving
Joseph Tso Chi-chung, one of Hong Kong’s top hand-painted porcelain craftsmen is determined to safeguard the art form.
During the summer break, young people were persuaded to take part in drug-related activities to make money.
Keeko, a 60-centimetre tall robot is being used to teach students problem-solving skills.
Hong Kong students on whether affordable 'youth housing villages' on the mainland for young Hongkongers is a good idea
A local political party wants to build affordable housing for young Hongkongers over the border.
Young Post compares the impact that cow, soy, and almond milk can have on our health and the environment, their prices, and possible alternatives
Asian Games 2018: fourth gold medal for Hong Kong as cyclist Sarah Lee takes first place in women's keirin
The defending champion outsprints Korea’s Lee Hye-jin and China’s Zhong Tianshi to win her second Asian Games gold in the event.