Lilian Ma

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10 Mar 2016 A recent report released by the Equal Opportunities Commission showed that more than half of the respondents were in favour of introducing legislation to protect LGBT people against discrimination.
07 Jan 2016 On December 28, South Korea and Japan reached agreement on the dispute over Korean women who were forced to serve as sex slaves for Japan's army during the second world war.
03 Dec 2015 In the year 2000, the United Nations drafted eight Millennium Development Goals (MDG). These goals included tackling poverty and raising literacy rates, but climate change and global warming were never mentioned, even though the Kyoto Protocol was signed in 1997.
12 Nov 2015 Financial Secretary John Tsang Chun-wah received a lot of criticism for his recent blog discussing how the International Wine and Spirits Fair reflected the city's improving standard of living.
08 Oct 2015 It's simple. You download the app, see whether your choice of car is available in the area, and then request it to drive you to your destination. That's the beauty of Uber.
10 Sep 2015 At 18, I had no idea what I wanted to do with my life. It was a big question - one I wasn't sure I could explore at a Hong Kong university.
19 Jun 2015 Sociologists and psychologists have long claimed that humans like to work together in groups. The term "ethnic nepotism" refers to the phenomenon of people preferring others of the same ethnicity or race.
Actress Natalie Portman delivers the keynote address to Harvard's Class of 2015
12 Jun 2015 Natalie Portman recently spoke to the graduating class at Harvard University. A Harvard graduate herself, she spoke of experiencing the "impostor syndrome" and as a result, a continual need to prove that she wasn't some "dumb actress".
The sculpture "Sleepwalker" is controversial - but that's exactly why it should stay at the university.
15 May 2015 When we enter the hallowed halls of a university, we believe that the purest forms of freedom of expression will be upheld within those walls.
08 May 2015 The University of Hong Kong (HKU) has dropped from 35th to 43rd in the world university rankings. According to the Times Higher Education global rankings, the drop is the result of a lower score in the "Teaching" category.