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Police say they found paint, gloves, masks and one extendable baton on the teens.
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Hong Kong secondary students ranked fourth in a global study on competence in reading and maths – dropping two places since 2015.
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Teen star Ceci Lee showed improvement, as both athletes had the support of the home crowd at the Tseung Kwan O velodrome on the weekend.
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The US president's team said the news organisation did not treat the country's leader fairly.
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The most influential European scientist in history has been called the father of modern astronomy, the father of modern physics and even the...
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The Absolutely Fabulous Theatre Connection in collaboration with Eduarts Classic Theatre presents its educational play of the year, Charles Dickens' Great Expectations....
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The annual South East Asian Mathematics Competition, which is held at schools around the region, returns to Hong Kong this year...
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As winter comes to an end, migratory birds are set to travel back to their homes in the north. But many species, both rare and common, remain...
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To most students born in the digital age, a trip back in time to the analogue era of photography holds little appeal. Imagine having to process the film from...
If you're into cute and furry, you'll want to be at City University. Starting tomorrow, five students on a crusade to save Hong Kong's bunnies will be holding fund-raising activities on campus.
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Haiti was devastated by a massive earthquake one month ago. But Haiti was already suffering from severe physical damage before the earthquake hit. Almost all...
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Young Post asked its junior reporters to talk to teenagers and ask them what they would like to see in the budget for the coming year...
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Lunar New Year is a time of feasts. A table groaning with meat and fish heralds a prosperous year ahead. But while the mounds of...
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When 14-year-old Eric Lin Cheuk-yin was promoted from Form Two to Form Six last October, it wasn't because someone had got their sums wrong. Back in Primary Six...