When the sky is rinsed in that cathartic, faint blue hue; when the soothing pools of raindrops cleanse the dryness of this land; when the only sounds that echo around our ears are the gentle "drips-drops" that flow and grow over time …
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Is common courtesy dying in Hong Kong? Two of our junior reporters discuss whether workshops for better manners are necessary.
On Good Friday, junior reporter Isabel Lai took American provost of Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas, on a tour of Durham and gained as much as she gave.
Last year, 6,595 girls and 5,900 boys were admitted to universities.
It's that time of year again! Easter means balancing one's chocolate intake, social life, exam preparation, and sleep schedule, in the hopes of achieving both a productive and memorable holiday.
Practices such as limiting the amount of products that visitors can carry have been implemented to limit the amount of parallel traders to Hong Kong. Some of our readers discuss whether another idea - building malls at the border - will be effective.
Face off: Should the government spend more on creating classrooms or schools for students with disabilities?
Each week, our two teenagers will debate a hot topic. This week ...
This semester, I am studying a module named "Jane Austen in Context". On this course we read all six of Jane Austen's novels. We also read some of her early works and some of her letters.
Talking points: Do mainland tourists behave differently than visitors from other parts of the world?
There have been many stories about the bad behaviour of mainland tourists. But are they really that different from the millions of tourists that visit Hong Kong every year?