Op-ed

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Some say HK university campuses need more ethnic representation - but they mean European students; this narrow view of diversity is ignorant at best and bigoted at worst.
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Living in a capitalist society, we are reliant upon mass production and consumption. That consumption, whether it’s the food we eat or the places that we live, supports a constant decline in creativity and individuality.
The teen, who fled her family and is now in Thailand, received thousands of messages of support that probably saved her life.
This opinion piece by an American secondary school student argues that balance is key to a healthy relationship with technology.
Despite their complexity, Chinese characters should be preserved for being a fascinating product of human ingenuity and artistry
Victoria Barrett is a youth climate activist, and one of 21 young people who are suing the US government for failing to protect its citizens from climate change.
The protests were sparked by a “green” tax aimed at tackling climate change – but it unfairly targeted the poor.
It doesn’t matter how many times Chief Executive Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor repeats herself. Saying over and over again that Hong Kong is as free as it ever was doesn’t make it true. There is now a tightening noose around our freedom.
No one should lose their life in the pursuit of trying to hide a few wrinkles.
The camp is blaming its potential allies for its defeat in the recent LegCo by-election; in reality, it needs to be looking at his own mistakes.
When Taylor Swift recently visited Asia to wrap up her Reputation tour, she delivered the infamous line from her song Look What You Made Me Do – which she repeats every night of the tour – claiming that the old Taylor is dead.