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When I arrived in Britain, I became aware that favouritism takes place in a very disgusting form: racism. I’m not trying to say that only people of my race experience racism here. However, as a Chinese person – “one of the Chinese” as they say – I can see first-hand how differently we are treated.
This is the winning entry in Young Post’s 2016 Winter Short Story competition, which offers a grand prize of an iPad Air 2! Each week during the winter holiday, we published one of the finalists’ stories, showcasing the author’s writing skills and creativity.
If you ask Yew Chung International School’s Michelle Lo what it takes to be a good writer, she’ll tell you crafting a story with layers of meaning and subtext requires creativity. “If your writing style is monotone, people are going to stop reading. It’s boring. Having a tight narrative style helps...
Hey there beautiful people :) I’m quite a positive girl but sometimes I really can’t forget how some people have hurt me. They have been trying very hard to make me fall. It’s really hard to ignore what they do because it’s not just one person but a group of people.
A week-long trip to the islands to relieve stress proves a blessing. This story was written by Melody Lam Chi-yan, 16, from Heep Yunn School.
Each week, we ask Young Post readers to share a little bit about themselves along with a quote that helps them get through life.
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Hate it when you can’t talk back? Well, you can with Young Post. Have your say and share with students around Hong Kong.
Each week, two of our readers debate a hot topic in a parliamentary-style debate that doesn’t necessarily reflect their personal viewpoint. This week’s topic is ...
The vast majority of Hong Kong’s 7.3 million people had no say in deciding their next leader.
The phrase “radical Islamic terrorism” has been the subject of renewed debate in recent weeks.