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  1. You ready for the Brain Game?

    Posted Apr 14th 2005, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Are you ready for a challenge? Do you want to win a great prize? Do you want thousands of people to see you in the Young Post? Then join the Brain Game. The game: Ten selected participants ... to the South China Morning Post to have your photo taken. Meet Kate, our editor, who will explain the game. You will be given a week to answer each question. To enter: Send an e-mail to yp@scmp.com ...

  2. Don't miss out on summer fun

    Posted Apr 25th 2005, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... If you join the Young Post Summer Holiday Reading Programme 2005, you can enjoy the Young Post every day- including Saturdays. The Summer Saturday issue promises great fun and will feature ... and the popular series of sports tips, Play Like a Pro. Subscribe to the Young Post Summer Holiday Reading Programme for as little as $160. You will enjoy 80 days of refreshing reading, from July ...

  3. Show your support to troubled fellow teenagers

    Posted Aug 30th 2005, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... I am responding to Katie who wrote a letter to the Young Post about her father's gambling problem. Katie, I am very sorry for you. I had the same problem. My father always gambled ... it's always good to know you are not alone. If you are a Young Post reader, you are part of a very special community of teenagers. There are many ways of getting involved with Young Post ...

  4. Reader's Forum on new-look YP

    Posted Aug 05th 2005, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... When you go back to school next month, you will be reading an exciting NEW Young Post. We have changed the design- and we've added lots of new things, too. We've even got the McDull cartoon (in English, of course). The Young Post team has been working very hard over the summer to create the new paper. We really want to know what you think about it- if there's ...

  5. It was fun to learn all about the Young Post

    Posted Oct 13th 2005, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... The Young Post came to our school recently to give a talk. They showed us how to make a newspaper. It was fun! They asked us some questions about how we thought a newspaper was put together, and then they gave us some beautiful postcards. They also took some photos of us and they will put the photos in the Young Post soon. I am so happy and excited that I have not only had ...

  6. Look and learn with your hip new Young Post

    Posted Sep 10th 2005, 12:00am by Kate Whitehead

    ... Kate Whitehead Editor, Young Post Young Post is back at school this year with a hip, new look and exciting new content. Students will find the revamped paper, relaunched on Monday, more local and student-oriented- and a lot more fun. And for teachers there is more ready-to-use classroom material. Young Post's website also relaunches on Monday. Responding to calls from ...

  7. Write in and be a part of Young Post

    Posted Nov 09th 2005, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... of the interview. I imagine that you followed up the interview with an article about the musician. If you enjoyed writing that, then I'm sure you'd enjoy writing for the Young Post. I would like to invite you- as well as all Young Post readers- to contribute to this paper. Student book and music reviews are published on Thursdays. They should be at least 300 words long. You can also send ...

  8. Check out Young Post's Sudoku games

    Posted Nov 02nd 2005, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Buddhist Ma Kam Chan Memorial English Secondary School I've got good news for you, Jason. If you like Sudoku, then you will love the new game we have just added to the Young Post website. ... to get a Sudoku game to run in Young Post beginning next year. In the meantime, we have Sunday Sudoku which runs in the Sunday Young Post every week. Kate, Editor ...

  9. Young Post's grammar exercises won't kill you

    Posted Nov 28th 2005, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Young Post's grammar exercises won't kill you. Mandie and Thomas survived Thomas Li, 16 St Joseph's College I don't understand what the instruction 'leave out the person' means. How do you leave out the person? Can you explain it? I don't have a problem with the exercise. I just want to know why and when you leave out the person. Mandie Ho, 17 TWGHs ...

  10. Pick up the new Young Post and read it every day

    Posted Sep 13th 2005, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... seem a chore to begin with, but once if you make it a habit it won't seem like such hard work. In fact, you'll even enjoy it! The new-look Young Post will make reading even more fun. I hope that you will not only read Young Post, but that you will contribute to it. There are lots of ways for you to get involved- look out for my letter in tomorrow's paper for details. ...




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