Showcase: This King George V student is on a mission to empower women and break the poverty cycle in Nepal
The seventeen-year-old believes the key to ending poverty is to give women the tools to empower themselves. And that’s exactly what she has been striving to do.
Never heard of psoriasis? YP cadet Thomas Gomersall takes a closer look at this condition, what causes it, and how it can be treated.
Creative writers think outside the box and let their feelings and emotions flow.
Having to deal with the fact that she was average, a Hong Kong student’s first semester at a US university helped her learn that quality is more important than quantity.
Hate it when you can’t talk back? Well, you can with Young Post. Have your say and share with students around Hong Kong.
We asked our readers to write a poem or a piece of creative writing about "a fresh start" for their chance to win an amazing back-to-school haul. Here is one of the entries, which has not been edited.
Face Off: Should the government give more financial support to schools that provide healthy meals for students' lunches?
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…
Each week we’ll choose readers’ responses to share. This week our readers answer: what is your favourite thing about your best friend?
Letters from the Dorm: How preparation will help you graduate the top of your class and have fun at university
Tips from this summa cum laude graduate includes making a detailed weekly schedule and being familiar with your syllabus.
On the job: Lego, creativity, technology and education - Young Post intern learns how to make after-school classes fun
After-school classes are very popular in Hong Kong, and young students often spend many hours attending extra tutorials. It’s not just about traditional cram schools, though. There are also many centres in the city offering learning through play, too.