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This junior reporter learned how to break down big tasks in manageable chunks while working on a community project.
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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
Emily Ting's summer internship at the Narcotics Division of the Hong Kong government taught her the value of work experience and how to treasure the little things in life.
Hate it when you can't talk back? Well, you can with Young Post. Have your say and share with students around Hong Kong
At university, I was told a lot about seizing every single opportunity and applying for internships. I was also told, though, that internships should only be done after the second year of university, and that the summer after the first year is about the only time we can afford to have fun.
Hate it when you can't talk back? Well, you can withYoung Post. Have your say and share with students around Hong Kong.
It's that time of the year again, when students all over the world are in a bad mood. Consider the distress of Monday blues, but multiplied by 100: not only is it the start of a week, but the start of a whole year's worth of work.
Candace was more than a little excited to get to interview Far East Movement.
My second year at university officially ended about a week ago. I like to think I've done a lot in Seattle since school's been out. In my last column, I mentioned that one of my besties from high school, Annie Xia, would be visiting for a week. It's been a whole lot of fun showing her around my...
Candace Kwan (left) and Annie Xia plan to go "all out" in Seattle.
Wham, bam, my second year is pretty much over. Emphasis on "pretty much", because while my exams might be over, I still have to spend a day or so grading papers with my professor.
It's 3pm and while taking a leisurely stroll in the park you see in the distance several beautiful young women in long, elegant dresses and young men in tuxedos and colourful ties.
My fourth semester of university is coming to an end, but a million things are happening at the moment. My internship at an interior design firm and a freelance art directing job at a T-shirt company have started, and I am more than excited about this artsy summer.