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Each week, we present the same question to three people from three very different generations. This week...
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Admittedly, my given name is difficult for Westerners to pronounce. Most Chinese names are badly pronounced in terms of their tones. But my name usually causes an even greater struggle.
Five students shared with us how their daily lives have been affected by the flood of mainland tourists and shoppers to Hong Kong.
I recently attended the most talked about college event of the year. The Candlemas Ball means a great deal to members of St Chad’s College at Durham University - and not only because it gives us a reason to dress up. It is an annual tradition which dates back to 1956.
Going to university is meant to be a chance to follow academic as well as other passions. But let's be honest: no one goes to university just for the sheer joy of spending hours studying and writing essays.
Would it be beneficial or a disadvantage to introduce a mainland study tour to the local curriculum? Our student readers tell us why they think this is a good or bad idea.
I received an invitation a few weeks ago from my college for a party called Halfway Hall. It marks the halfway point for second year students.
Children arrive at Ngong Shuen Chau Barracks before opening ceremony of Hong Kong Army Cadets
Five students tell us whether they'd accept or reject an offer to join the Hong Kong Army Cadets Association.
I read lots of books when I was growing up, especially fiction and fantasy novels. I am proud to say that Harry Potter and the Lord of the Rings series were part of my upbringing. Books also shaped my life; I picked English literature when choosing what to study at university.
Former Chief Executive Donald Tsang Yam-kuen (centre), attends the 17th HKSAR anniversary reception at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre last year.
We asked our junior reporters which Hong Kong politician they admire most, and here are the best answers, some of which may surprise you.
It is my third year of architecture school and I'm still going! The time I spend in the studio has doubled. This means the only time for rest is the 45 minutes travelling to and from university on the minibus. With the new HKU MTR station, this travelling time is getting cut down even further.