So much has happened since the start of the summer holidays, so we’ve put together a summary of events that got us here today.
Hong Kong protests: secondary school students take charge of their strikes using social media apps like Instagram and WhatsApp
While university groups are providing resources such as templates for parents' letters, teenagers are taking the lead to organise their own boycotts.
While Chan faces charges of suspicion of rioting and assaulting a police officer, Wong and Chow are being held for the June 21 besiege of the Wan Chan police headquarters.
Hong Kong protests: Police ban gatherings planned for Saturday, woman whose eye was shot speaks out for the first time
The convenor of The Civil Human Rights Front, which organises the city's biggest gatherings, was also attacked by masked men with baseball bats, though he was not injured
The vehicle collided with a truck, which then crashed into a concrete mixer.
Hong Kong protests: School groups across the city seek students’ support as they call for class boycotts beginning on Monday
One organisation said they may intensify their actions if the government does not respond to demonstrator's five demands by September 13.
Cross-country runner Leo Chu Check-hei says that his sport was the reason he was able to focus on studying and receive five 5**s on this year’s exams
Here’s what prorogation means, why Prime Minister Boris Johnson is using it for a quick Brexit, and what it would mean for the UK
If you’ve heard something on the news about something called “prorogation” and you’ve been wondering what it means, here’s a quick explainer.
The complaints were based on more than 1,000 links found on social media platforms including Facebook, Twitter, Telegram and LIHKG.
St Joseph’s College named overall champion at the 52nd Joint School Science Exhibition for the second year in a row
The team won with their project "Bactricity", which explored ways to utilise bacteria or yeast to generate electricity.