Eating shark fin may be a Lunar New Year tradition, but it is cruel and unnecessary. So why is the trade still flourishing in Hong Kong?
Why Baptist University students' stand-off over Mandarin courses isn't about "free will" but xenophobia against China
HKBU row has nothing to do with protecting Cantonese; it’s all about the fear and paranoia caused by our inevitable integration with the mainland.
16-year-old Palestinian activist Ahed Tamimi has been called the ‘Rosa Parks of Palestine’. But her act of slapping two Israeli soldiers might not be worthy of the title.
Mental health mustn't be ignored. it's time to tackle the problem face on.
Schools shouldn’t make us reject our first language in favour of a more dominant language. Instead, let’s embrace multilingualism.
Modern global politics has seen a new trend in the past few years – the downfall of centrism.
It started with a seemingly innocuous customer questionnaire from Marriott International, which listed Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan and Tibet as independent countries.
Immigrants to East Asia don't ever become “true” citizens in the eyes of the locals, but maybe they should
No matter how hard they try, immigrants in some East Asian countries will never be accepted as true citizens.
Many see the looming Hong Kong-mainland joint checkpoint in Kowloon as a thing to dread. Here’s why it isn’t – and why we should look forward to more of the same.
Greedy, racist, wrong, nasty are not words usually associated with Britain's war Prime Minister