Ariel Conant

Ariel's Articles

21 Feb 2016 If you’re reading this, congratulations! You’re doing what nearly a billion people across the world can’t.
18 Feb 2016 Badminton has been an important part of Ng Tsz-yau’s life for the past 12 years.
15 Feb 2016 The Mong Kok riot seemed to be sparked by people passionately defending street food stalls, but some say it's more to do with a loss of culture and identity than just feeling hungry.
14 Feb 2016 For Emily Wong, being a top athlete in her sport is all a matter of guesswork. "The most challenging part is predicting which direction the wind comes from in the next shift."
12 Feb 2016 Valentine's Day is an expensive holiday, but we have some cute ways you can be romantic without breaking your piggy bank.
07 Feb 2016 What would the world be like if the dinosaurs hadn’t been wiped out by a meteor? According to Pixar’s latest film, The Good Dinosaur, they would be farming and herding cattle in the Wild West.
06 Feb 2016 No one pretends that being a top athlete is easy. But for those with a competitive edge, it's all about overcoming obstacles and pushing through even the most difficult moments.
02 Feb 2016 The chairman of HKU's governing council was blocked from leaving a meeting by an angry crowd of youngsters who were protesting against what they see as political interference in how the university is run.
31 Jan 2016 Sometimes a sporting match can come down to the final minutes. The scores can be so close that game is won or lost at the last moment. For Estee Vivian Leung, that's what happens every time she plays.
28 Jan 2016 When athletes brag about how they're going to kick an opponent's butt, they don't actually mean they would put a boot up their rival's backside. But for martial artist Lydia Sham, such a boast would not be empty words.