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We asked two teen protesters why they continue to attend demonstrations, and how they feel about the current social situation.
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The negative consequences on the planet - flooding, rising sea levels, and a decrease in marine life, for example - will increase as temperatures do.
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The legislation would require annual checks to see if the city was sufficiently autonomous from Beijing.
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The Equal Opportunities Commission says specialised materials and teacher training are required to meet the needs of non-Chinese-speaking students.
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Students from Tin Ka Ping Secondary School are ready to take on Hong Kong's most challenging outdoor event - in what has become a...
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The monsters of our imaginations are all scary. Anais Ross looks at which one can claim to be most terrifying...
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Your first year at college or university is a whole new world. It might be the first time you encounter a new medium of instruction...
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Junior Reporters find out which Halloween treat does the trick best...
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Students from Heep Yunn School and Wa Ying College took the 'Make the headlines' challenge and wrote today's Young Post cover.
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Paraplegic Eeva Simons is proof that a physical disability need not bar anyone from taking to the stage and dancing. With deft handling, she can put her wheelchair through...
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Teenagers share their thoughts on the Chief Executive's policy address - Breaking New Ground Together - with Sunny Tse and Young Post junior reporters
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Rush hour is all too often a gridlock, but the emissions from bumper-to-bumper traffic don't have any trouble getting around. Vehicle exhaust fumes are...
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Students from the Hong Kong International School took the 'Make the headlines' challenge and wrote today's Young Post cover.
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The reclusive Communist dictatorship of North Korea is a puzzle to its neighbours and the rest of the world. Tourism is organised by the government, and tourists are always...