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Friendship

How to stay the best of defriends

In an article entitled 'It's not u, It's me' (in last month's New York Times Magazine), Benoit Denizet-Lewis describes a one-day crash course, called 'Healthy Break-ups', held in July in Boston.

Tuesday, 20 September, 2011, 12:00am

How to stay the best of defriends

In an article entitled 'It's not u, It's me' (in last month's New York Times Magazine), Benoit Denizet-Lewis describes a one-day crash course, called 'Healthy Break-ups', held in July in Boston.

20 Sep 2011 - 12:00am

Dual-time friendships blossom

Snow Flower and the Secret Fan is a movie about a friendship between two female friends- in two different times in history.

4 Sep 2011 - 12:00am

A little guidance is worthwhile on cyber road

When computer-related technology use interferes with a child's academic performance or leisure activities it is often identified by parents as 'the problem'.

14 Aug 2011 - 12:00am

ask toni & josh

Dear Toni

I am in Form Six. I feel suffocated whenever I write articles. I feel depressed, as my English is not very good. I tried to improve but failed. What should I do? I'm afraid I'll fail all my exams - I'm an art student, but my language is letting me down in other areas.

Down in the dumps

Dear Nervy

24 Oct 2010 - 12:00am

letters

Cheating taxi drivers hurt us all

Both residents and tourists will agree that Hong Kong has a highly efficient transport network, which contributes to the city's prosperity.

But I have been shocked by the behaviour of some unscrupulous taxi drivers. They overcharge tourists - a fare from Central to The Peak can cost as much as HK$150.

25 Jun 2010 - 12:00am

ask toni & josh

Dear Toni

My best friend has been acting really strange lately. Two weeks ago, we went to a party together, and I made friends with a bunch of new people. Ever since then, she's been acting up. I thought she'd get over it and be fine the next day, but things only kept getting worse.

25 Apr 2010 - 12:00am

It's not only puppy love: most young take romancing seriously

Nearly nine out of every 10 teenagers say they put their partners first in relationships, a survey released yesterday showed.

However, the study by youth charity group Breakthrough also found that one in 10 said they had been the subject of psychological and physical bullying.

24 Sep 2008 - 12:00am

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