Op-ed

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Exam results were released today and we took the opportunity to speak to DSE candidates about Hong Kong issues.
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Kim Jong-un’s wife and his sister are part of an age-old ploy to make us think the hostile regime has changed. A clue: it hasn’t.
Our city’s public transport system is one of the best in the world.
Beijing has evolved to embrace capitalism, so is secularisation the most effective path to modernisation?
Given that their private information is at stake, people have the right to expect answers from Facebook.
US President Donald Trump’s decision to impost tariffs on Chinese imports into the US has some very real threats.
Students should not dread the Chinese Language paper, nor should they have to follow rules that simply don’t make sense during the oral exam.
We’re already a quarter of the way into 2018, and I think I can safely use the words “disastrous” and “horrendous” to describe the past four months for Hong Kong’s democrats.
Why does China seem to get into so many disputes? Geography may be a huge part of the answer.
The US president recently claimed that trade wars are “easy to win” and is proposing large tariffs and restrictions on Chinese imports.
Sexist dress codes for female flight attendants are just the tip of the iceberg – should female students in Hong Kong have to wear skirts?