To celebrate our coming-of-age - yes, we are turning 18 in September - Young Post is re-launching tomorrow with a brand new design and editorial line-up that promises to make reading and learning English more easy and fun. What's more, Young Post will be available on news-stands at all Daily Stop outlets, making us the one and only English-language daily for Hong Kong teenagers available to the public. So, what are these exciting new changes? First of all, we are expanding our news coverage from one to three pages. Not only will we continue to publish your contributions on major school activities, our team will to bring you up-to-date national and international news on issues that concern you. And if you like reading Young Post to learn English, you will find all those popular educational pages tucked inside the middle section. As in the past, our bilingual page - EC Corner - will appear every Monday and Thursday. This page (which will move from Page 2 to Page 5) intends to make learning vocabulary and English usage less daunting and more simple. It also introduces unusual news stories and facts to readers. English teachers and educationists Roger Pope, John Millen and Philip Leetch will continue to contribute to our English Page (Page 6) with an even more user-friendly layout design so you can navigate around the text with ease. According to our in-house surveys, English Corner (Page 7) is by far the most read page in Young Post and it will also receive a facelift with an extended glossary. On Page 8 will be News Analysis where you will continue to find - and have your say in class on - Hong Kong's biggest stories. We will still have a feature page - look out for tomorrow's Kelly Chen Wai-lum interview. Of course, Young Post is not all work and no play. There will be a new column line-up including Cable TV personality Sharon Cheung on beauty, Missy HyperBB - aka Sai Lei Mui - of Commercial Radio 2 on relationships, and our regular columnist Christine Yam Ka-min of The University of Hong Kong on being a student. Write to us and we will publish your views on the Letters Page and there are many more competitions both in Young Post and on our Web site that you can take part in. So, get your copy of Young Post tomorrow and tell us what you think by e-mailing us at email@example.com . Or visit our Web site at yp.scmp.com. We'd love to hear your feedback.