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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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The only woman to have served as British prime minister adopted policies that remain controversial to this day; but the public voted for her three times
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People from different cultures eat different foods. In some cases, people may eat animals that we keep as pets...
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Hundreds of students met top Hong Kong filmmakers at a workshop this week at the launch of a movie-making competition run by National Geographic...
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Derek Landy tells Young Post the story behind his popular crime series Skulduggery Pleasant...
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You may love the taste, but readers Young Post spoke to agree with a proposed ban on the international trade of bluefin tuna...
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A student's coffee table design debuted recently at a branch of the G.O.D. concept store...
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Students connect around the world through a special online learning project...
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If you dream of becoming a fashion designer and are interested in doing a little fundraising for those less fortunate, don't miss this opportunity...
Last week, I wrote about how animals like the Arctic fox are being threatened by climate change. But it's not only animals that have been affected...
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Exhibition gives people suffering from mental illness a chance to explore their artistic side...