Annette Kim

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06 Nov 2014 It sometimes seems like the world is hopeless, but the speakers at TEDxHongKong's talk last month showed that when we put our minds to it there's no problem we can't solve, and nothing we can't overcome
30 Oct 2014 Now, pat … and Double Dream Hands!" exclaims the dance teacher to a Year 11 class at Chinese International School. Their teacher is John Jacobson, the man behind the famous Double Dream Hands video on YouTube.
The main characters of the Silence Le Cabaret cast with the young reporters.
30 Oct 2014 Can you imagine eating dinner in pantomime? Last month at Asia Society, 1010 presented Silence Le Cabaret, the world's first silent theatrical dining experience with the audience taking part.
Choreographer and dance captain Jamie Wilkin (centre) with junior reporters (from left) Harry Cheng, Dhruv Singh, Annette Kim, Sharon Cheng, Janet Tam, Veronica Lynn and Cherry Chan
23 Oct 2014

Mega-hit musical Mamma Mia! arrived in Hong Kong on September 24 as a stop on its international tour. Young Post's junior reporters were invited to a dance session with the show's choreographer and dance captain Jamie Wilkin.

03 Oct 2014 Summer's over, school's is in now. So we asked our readers for their favourite excuses to skip lessons. Here are the best answers...
26 Sep 2014 Last week, Hong Kong had its first No 8 of the year with Typhoon Kalmaegi, so we asked our readers what's the best thing to do during such times. Here are the best answers ...
(From left) Two students from Kau Yan college, and junior reporters Annette Kim Na-yeon, Charlotte Chan and Janet Choi.
11 Sep 2014 Standard Chartered Arts in the Park Mardi Gras is one of Hong Kong's largest festivals, taking place in November and displaying visual and performance art for the public. The highlight of the event is a parade of huge art works and puppets through Victoria Park.
05 Sep 2014 With another summer come and gone, we asked our readers to tell us about the highlights of their long holiday. Here are the best answers ...
01 Sep 2014 Mid-Autumn Festival is just one week away, and that can only mean one thing: mooncakes! Forget greasy pastries; Young Post's junior reporters tried some unusual types, including custard, chocolate and ice cream
Minuscule: Valley of the Lost Ants follows a lone ladybird on an incredible journey.
30 Aug 2014 Anifest 2014 was a three-day festival in Yau Ma Tei which showcased some of the best animation from around the world. We sent our junior reporters to the festival for a screening and the chance to try out some flip-book animation...