HK Sports Institute professional athletes prove hard work leads to more than success - it can bring happiness
HKSI’s Open Day shows the public that sports stars have to work really hard, but they are the ‘happiest people’ doing what they love.
The decomposing carcasses of two juvenile finless porpoise were found in Hong Kong on Monday, the latest in a spate of such incidents in the past three weeks.
One in four HK university students report sexual harassment, but less than 3 per cent actually file a complaint
Equal Opportunities Commission report reveals lack of sex education in schools has made youngsters more vulnerable.
WhatsApp said its latest move to extend the restrictions to all users came after a six-month review of user feedback.
The “Be a Government Official for a Day” programme 2019 is open for applications. Under the scheme, Hong Kong’s secondary students will get a chance to shadow the city’s top officials and see how they carry out their daily duties.
Fish samples in four A S Watson supermarkets found to contain cancer-causing chemicals: WWF-Hong Kong
Green group says it targeted chains in survey because they lack improvements in striving for sustainable seafood.
Woman killed in Hong Kong street after window falls out of 16th-floor hotel room in busy Tsim Sha Tsui district
Woman from mainland China had just arrived in city was walking outside the hotel made famous by Edward Snowden when she was hit.
A northeast monsoon will bring cold and dry weather to Hong Kong for the rest of the week.
Menstrual health programmes that provide girls in developing countries with pads and cups aren't good enough
Programmes to provide pads and cups to girls in developing countries miss the mark.
Health minister booed as protesting doctors and nurses say public hospitals need more staff, not money.