Poems & short stories
A Hong Kong student reflects on the sometimes harsh and unforgiving nature of the world around us.
A Hong Kong student describes the emotional anguish of being unable to play the beautiful game because of a knee injury.
Meet writers such as Akin Jeje and Collier Nogues at the One-Day Literary Writing Lodge to be held on December 15.
A teacher’s ignorance is reversed when he receives a letter from a student.
A girl overcomes her phobia about heights and discovers that she is much stronger in body and mind than she gives herself credit for.
A prank gone wrong forces Samuel to choose between his friends and his morals.
In a hopeless future Hong Kong, a student discovers he has closer ties to an underground movement than he thought.
When a chimp is taken from his home in the forest, he has no idea what dangers lie ahead.
2018 Summer short story: A dancer who defied expectations and put bullies in their place single-handedly
When Eva lost her arm in a car accident, did she lose her ability to dance, too? The Hong Kong’s Got Talent competition is the ultimate test.
Bailey desperately wants to believe in his parents, his teacher, and the system governing his city. But how can he, when they keep letting him down?