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Doctors are divided as to whether eating the popular winter treat affects the likelihood of infection.
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The human rights lawyer, who also reported on the Hong Kong Protests, was covering the virus ‘when he was detained in the name of quarantine’.
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The Bureau will make a final decision about how assessments will proceed by the end of February.
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Risking lives and liberty to expose injustice_L
A free press is not just the privilege of journalists. It is the window through which people can keep track of important events and developments around the world...
World Press Freedom Day_L
Today is World Press Freedom Day. Let's explore why the media is important and what can be done to protect it...
all his world is a stage_L
For James Chan Tai-yin, the first week of June will be a testing time. It's not that he fears the wretched heat or debilitating humidity. It's that his future may hang in the balance...
furture imperfect_L
Kwong Yee-man imagines the future world to be grey and sunless, covered with sand and dust, and with no traces of trees or flowers remaining...
stress fires the blues_L
Sally is 15 years old and used to be cheerful, but now she shuts herself away and has negative thoughts about abandoning her life...
Prom season is just around the corner. If you're stressing about everything you have to do before the big night, worry no longer...
Keying into solar power _L
Many students have dreams about making a difference in the world. But Charles Watson is one of those rare few who have actually turned such dreams into reality....
Triathletes Perry Wong (left) and Hilda Choi believe in the saying: 'no pain, no gain.'
Triathletes Hilda Choi Yan-yin and Perry Wong Chun-yiu are pushing themselves "beyond their limits". The 17-year-old athletes don't rely on supernatural powers to win...
Dr Francis Lau Yip-kwong plays the saxophone at a lunchtime concert. Maria Wong Ka-yee plays the clarinet during a concert for patients and staff at Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
Listening to music can be a delightful experience that lifts the spirit and soothes the mind. This is just what a saxophone-playing doctor offers patients in addition to his normal duties...
Bicycle wheels, an old guitar, and a variety of other scrap materials are used in artworks by students from Pak Kau College at 'The Big Ride' project
Pity those old bikes. Most end up being used as scrap metal or rusting in landfills. Now, a group of students has found another purpose for unwanted bikes: they turn them into art...