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Hate it when you can’t talk back? Well, you can with Young Post. Have your say and share with students around Hong Kong
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Each week, two of our readers debate a hot topic in a parliamentary-style debate that doesn’t necessarily reflect their personal viewpoint. This week …
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Each week we’ll choose readers’ responses to share. This week we want to know:
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It’s not just the obviously fake news pushed by the US government that we need to look out for when we read about world events.
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This week's artist is Cho Pui-shan, a Form Six student from Chinese YMCA Secondary School, who talks about her artwork...
The theme of this Easter photo essay competition was 'Hong Kong In Your Eyes'.
A young boy becoming separated from his mother at Ocean Park for a few minutes turned into a fiasco with a viral e-mail which sent parents into a panic...
The missing continent in our education . . . Oh, Africa, the country where all the poor children are. I donate money every now and then, but do I know anything about the people?
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This week's artist is Cecilia Lau Wai-in, a Form Six student at Holy Trinity College. She talks about creating her own identity through her drawings...
It is encouraging to know that Liu Binjie, the head of General Administration for Press and Publications, appreciates the banned book Da Jiang Da Hai 1949...
This week's artists are Emi Chan and Tang Cheuk-wa...
Shoe-throwing has become the new way of self-expression. It all started when an Iraqi reporter threw his shoe at former US president George Bush at a news conference in 2008....
Obama's decision to hold space exploration is not so bad after all...
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This week's artist is Aileen Lung Yik-tung, a Form Six student from Heep Yunn School who talks about her work Craving Happiness