Letters to the editor

Moving the city's most popular sporting event to October will help ensure the health and safety of Hongkongers.
Using a handheld mobile phone while driving is against the law in Hong Kong. But it has not stopped local taxi drivers from turning their cars into phone booths.
A reader shares her thoughts as a Hong Kong teenager lies dying, waiting against hope that she will find a pair of lungs for a transplant
As a Hong Kong student, I worry about my own English. Now that I am a secondary school student, I struggle to understand English if my teacher talks too quickly.
There are a lot of writers who first started out in the world of fan fiction before writing their own stories. Some writers think of fanfic as a hobby, while some say it's a form of stealing.
Ever since I can remember, my path has been laid out for me: finish primary school, go to secondary school, then go to university.
Young Post's editor wants you to know that you are NOT a failure if your scores were lower than expected - this is just one day in your life
Can comic books be a new interesting way of learning?
Some parents do not allow their children to read comics. They see reading comics as a waste of time and they also worry about the content. But comics can be entertaining and educational.
A billboard reads "socialism with Chinese characteristics".
I want to share my thoughts on the article "A dose of socialism would be good for Hong Kong's health" (Young Post, June 19).
A whole array of newspapers reporting on the formal investigation into former Politburo Standing Committee member Zhou Yongkang
My school encourages us to read newspapers, and teachers give us lots of news cuttings to read. Some students think this is a waste of time. I don't agree.
Empress Dowager Cixi was one of the only two women who ever assumed leadership of the country throughout China's long, male-dominated history.
I am writing about the decision made by an elite girls' school.