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Each week we’ll choose reader’ responses to share. This week we want to know.
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Most teenagers enjoy playing video games but too much of it is bad for them.
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University offers platform to speak about topics that students are passionate about and gives them the freedom to act.
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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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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.
The food culture of Hong Kong will disappear unless everyone takes action to save local restaurants.
People are protesting the government’s new expensive housing project, but what’s wrong with spending money on improving lives?
Prevention is always better than cure, especially when you are in a foreign country. Here are some tips to help you stay safe and healthy.
Hong Kong universities have recently begun rolling out new bachelor’s degree programmes for the 2019/20 academic year, which place emphasis on real-life skills and jobs, catering to the fast-changing landscape of our economy.
Want to know more about food sustainability in Hong Kong and meet the brilliant minds behind the push for a greener way of life? Don't miss GreenFest by Hysan on November 10-11, which is a funtastic event just for Hong Kong secondary school students aged 14-18! Feeling lucky?
Hate it when you can’t talk back? Well, you can with Young Post. Have your say and share with students around Hong Kong
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 …