When Wang Gan returned to Beijing in 1999 with a PhD in anthropology from Yale, she never imagined that she would go on to launch a successful private kindergarten.
Inspired by a child's tragic wish for two purple birthday cakes, Hong Kong children are joining a global campaign to provide education for the underprivileged.
Dorothy Lo Yuen-ki is still shy and mumbles a little as she describes her daily routine of nursery school and piano practice.
The four-year-old slouches in her seat, scanning the...
Lai Hei-tung and Mak Ka-kiu, both 14, could not contain their excitement on seeing a copy of the South China Morning Post dated December 7, 1996, yellowed by age.
Raising Babies: Should under 3s go to nursery?
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