Letters to the editor
We mustn't be closed minded about visiting new countries and experiencing other cultures.
I am writing in response to the article, “Students protest at Baptist University” (Young Post, January 29). It is about a compulsory Mandarin course that caused chaos at Baptist University (HKBU).
One student writes in to question why old people should automatically get to sit down.
Having more criminal psychologists will benefit society and make our city safer.
There is a stigma among Hong Kong teenagers against the mainland, but we mustn't fight and divide each other.
I’d like to talk about the pros and cons of using the internet.
Newspapers are just trying to satisfy the lowest common denominator, rather than giving us what's important.
Christmas is almost upon us, and we should spread the love during this exciting and meaningful festival.
It doesn’t matter if you only know five English words – speaking English with another person is the fastest and most effective way to improve your language skills.
It's important to share our dreams with each other, be supportive and offer encouragement.