Amalissa joined Young Post in 2020 as the Junior Reporter Manager. She has an interest in lifestyle, culture and fashion and assists young people in their pursuit of journalism.
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Residents of the densely-packed area were not allowed to leave their homes as the Hong Kong government conducted mass testing.
Career coaches and manners experts give their top tips on formality, structure and greetings in your emails
Selfishness! FOMO! Exhaustion! We’ve got some advice on these issues and more.
His low-fashion, hi-warmth look is bringing joy to netizens everywhere.
Would you ask personal questions, or wonder about the state of the world?
If you’ve wondered what she does when she’s not with the girls, this is a little window into her personal life.
It’s all about exams this week as we answer questions about difficult subjects and bad marks
Copy her style with these high street buys, even if you don’t live in sunny California.
The daughter of Hollywood stars Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie made the news for being spotted looking like a teenager
The app has also changed settings so only friends can comment - even if the user makes their account public
We're all facing academic and personal struggles - how do you handle them?
Every week, readers submit stories about their best friends, from helpful classmates to beloved pets
From ‘Avengers Endgame’ to ‘Inception’ and ‘Toy Story 3’, these films, novels and games end perfectly
His new album, 'Nobody is Listening,' drops January 15.
This week we give advice about procrastination and dealing with parents
American company The Mahjong Line launched pricey mahjong sets with new designs that have nothing to do with Chinese culture
What do you hope for yourself or your community in 2021?
It’s a good idea to set goals for the new year. What do you want to do in 2021?
The last year has been tough for everyone, and it’s easy to feel like we don’t know what we’re doing anymore
We’re pumped for new music from Rihanna, who hasn’t released a record since ‘Anti’ in 2016
Out of TV shows to watch? Don’t worry, Netflix has our back
We may not be able to travel, but at least we can enjoy the best part - food - at home.
This week we discuss relationships and the struggles of growing up
The city will see maximum temperatures of 20 degrees Celsius and lows of 16
Have a Netflix watch party with people you love and donate to charities like ImpactHK or SPCA
All kindergartens, primary and secondary schools, as well as tutorial centres, will be held online until January 10
This week we discuss self-confidence and relationships in an age of social media