HONG KONG - Students condemned the hiring of ghostwriters after a Hong Kong-based company was found selling academic papers to university students worldwide.
Some are launching fund-raising drives to build new teaching blocks, others are partitioning covered playgrounds into study areas or converting changing rooms into classrooms.
Children in Japan were amazed to receive thousands of origami cranes from Young Post readers. The paper cranes were the result of a Young Post campaign, 'From Hong Kong to Japan with Love'.
Anxious parents and their children lined up at top secondary schools across the city yesterday as more students discovered they had failed to secure one of their top choices after the release of...
Name Lee Wai-ki
School Kiangsu-Chekiang College (Sha Tin)
Grade Form Four
Sport Table tennis
A year after the devastating earthquake, Hong Kong students continue to do what they can for the survivors in Sichuan .
A group of photography fans test their skills with Christmas snapshots
Seven Young Post readers took in the festive decorations at Harbour City in our photography workshop led by...
Global financial company Citi last month released the results of its survey of teenagers' views on financial education.
True Light Middle School of Hong Kong
A thanksgiving service marked the beginning of a landmark day for True Light Middle School of Hong Kong on May 3.
On that day, the...
Name: Katherine Ip Chan
School: Kiangsu & Chekiang School - International Section
Grade: Year Seven
Ocean Park Conservation Day, which was held on January 8, helped raise people's awareness of the need to protect endangered species such as whales and dolphins.
Every year, the...