Angel Woo

Angel Woo, who is currently studying Global Communication at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, joined the Post as an intern in summer 2022.

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SOTY 21/22: Performing Artist winner co-founded youth orchestra to share his love of music

Student of the Year (SOTY) awardee, Enoch Li Yui-ching from Diocesan Boys’ School, wanted to give young musicians a chance to perform during Covid-19.

Student of the Year (SOTY) awardee, Enoch Li Yui-ching from Diocesan Boys’ School, wanted to give young musicians a chance to perform during Covid-19.

13 Sep 2022 - 6:00PM
When carers need care: Hong Kong welfare group offers emotional support to those feeling stressed during pandemic

Housewife exhausted from caring for sick husband among 494 helped by Hong Kong Family Welfare Society.

Housewife exhausted from caring for sick husband among 494 helped by Hong Kong Family Welfare Society.

21 Aug 2022 - 10:00AM
Singer Terence Lam takes Hong Kong Coliseum stage for 6-night run, the first performance since Mirror concert accident

Singer-songwriter Terence Lam kicks off six-night run at the venue, after it was handed over to concert organiser as scheduled.

Singer-songwriter Terence Lam kicks off six-night run at the venue, after it was handed over to concert organiser as scheduled.

19 Aug 2022 - 11:00PM
Hong Kong research team creates hi-tech app designed to assess exposure to coronavirus

New smartphone app uses movements over past three days to work out coronavirus infection risk.

New smartphone app uses movements over past three days to work out coronavirus infection risk.

11 Aug 2022 - 6:45PM
Travellers to Hong Kong say they feel ‘lucky’ to qualify for reduced hotel quarantine period

Anyone flying to city on Tuesday will be allowed to undergo three days of quarantine and four under medical surveillance as part of ‘3+4’ scheme launch on Friday.

Anyone flying to city on Tuesday will be allowed to undergo three days of quarantine and four under medical surveillance as part of ‘3+4’ scheme launch on Friday.

10 Aug 2022 - 1:11AM
Coronavirus: young Hongkongers express relief over eased quarantine rules for overseas arrivals

Residents say long-awaited easing of rules will make it easier to visit relatives and return to school or work.

Residents say long-awaited easing of rules will make it easier to visit relatives and return to school or work.

8 Aug 2022 - 10:33PM
How to revive a dying Hong Kong shopping centre? Lower the rent, let workers hit by pandemic start new businesses

Long-time resident decided to act when once bustling Fortress Hill shopping centre turned quiet.

Long-time resident decided to act when once bustling Fortress Hill shopping centre turned quiet.

7 Aug 2022 - 10:08AM
Hong Kong was ruled by Britain during occupation but was never its colony, education authorities say

Education Bureau seeks to spell out ‘correct and accurate understanding’ of Hong Kong’s history amid debate over school textbook revisions.

Education Bureau seeks to spell out ‘correct and accurate understanding’ of Hong Kong’s history amid debate over school textbook revisions.

2 Aug 2022 - 9:37PM
Hong Kong’s Fire Services Department reports rise in heatstroke cases as residents venture outside amid scorching temperatures

Firefighters report 122 cases of heatstroke linked to outdoor pursuits during the first three weeks of July, compared to 65 incidents in June.

Firefighters report 122 cases of heatstroke linked to outdoor pursuits during the first three weeks of July, compared to 65 incidents in June.

30 Jul 2022 - 8:22AM
Accident at Mirror concert will be fully investigated, Hong Kong leader vows, as surgeons fight to help injured dancer walk again

Authorities say preliminary investigation has found one of two metal wires suspending large video screen snapped.

Authorities say preliminary investigation has found one of two metal wires suspending large video screen snapped.

30 Jul 2022 - 1:13AM
More than 100 customers show up at Hong Kong’s Happy Cake Shop to bid farewell to popular bakery ahead of closure

Queue forms early on Thursday morning after shop announced a day before that it had failed to renew lease.

Queue forms early on Thursday morning after shop announced a day before that it had failed to renew lease.

28 Jul 2022 - 4:56PM
Most Hong Kong pupils thrilled to get secondary school of choice, but for some, dismay and rush to find alternatives

More than 41,000 Hong Kong pupils have been allocated their first choice of secondary school by centralised system.

More than 41,000 Hong Kong pupils have been allocated their first choice of secondary school by centralised system.

26 Jul 2022 - 4:53PM
Hong Kong teenager who kept up studies despite cancer diagnosis among those honoured in Student of the Year award

Cancer survivor schoolgirl who returned to school after chemotherapy and overcame depression and anxiety among five winners in Best Improvement category.

Cancer survivor schoolgirl who returned to school after chemotherapy and overcame depression and anxiety among five winners in Best Improvement category.

22 Jul 2022 - 9:00AM
Hong Kong heatwave: residents in city’s subdivided flats, rooftop huts bear brunt of scorching weather

Observatory records nine consecutive ‘very hot’ days this month, the sixth-longest streak for city since 1884.

Observatory records nine consecutive ‘very hot’ days this month, the sixth-longest streak for city since 1884.

21 Jul 2022 - 6:21PM
High-flier schoolgirl aims to add dash of diversity to Hong Kong’s financial world as she earns place at top business school

Schoolgirl wins place at top university business school through direct admission scheme for outstanding pupils

Schoolgirl wins place at top university business school through direct admission scheme for outstanding pupils

21 Jul 2022 - 2:22AM
New World First Bus fans vow to take photos and many rides before colours change to Citybus’ yellow and red following merger

Companies’ owner hopes bringing the operations together will reduce overlapping routes and cut costs.

Companies’ owner hopes bringing the operations together will reduce overlapping routes and cut costs.

16 Jul 2022 - 5:40PM
Nearly half of members of ethnic minority groups in Hong Kong jobless during peak of Covid-19 fifth wave, survey finds

Survey by Hong Kong Unison finds members of ethnic minority groups have monthly household income that is less than half of most similar-sized families in city.

Survey by Hong Kong Unison finds members of ethnic minority groups have monthly household income that is less than half of most similar-sized families in city.

12 Jul 2022 - 11:43PM
Coronavirus: Care homes in Hong Kong struggle to find staff as they brace for possible sixth wave of infections

Hong Kong care homes sound alarm over staff shortages.

Hong Kong care homes sound alarm over staff shortages.

11 Jul 2022 - 11:59PM
Explainer | Hong Kong Science Museum’s dinosaur exhibition: what you need to know, from the ‘Big Eight’ skeletons to touching fossils and baby Toni

Visitors can check out the fossils of eight dinosaur species and get a chance to ‘gently touch’ an authentic leg bone belonging to the sauropod family.

Visitors can check out the fossils of eight dinosaur species and get a chance to ‘gently touch’ an authentic leg bone belonging to the sauropod family.

11 Jul 2022 - 10:14AM
K-pop, J-pop or Mando-pop? No thanks, say young fans drawn to Hong Kong’s legendary Canto-pop stars

Fans of Anita Mui, Roman Tam, Leslie Cheung say they’re keeping a slice of Hong Kong culture alive.

Fans of Anita Mui, Roman Tam, Leslie Cheung say they’re keeping a slice of Hong Kong culture alive.

10 Jul 2022 - 4:53PM
Hong Kong Book Fair organiser dismisses suggestions of censorship despite some publishers being banned from event

Trade Development Council says it does not censor books in advance, but hopes exhibitors can observe book fair’s guidelines.

Trade Development Council says it does not censor books in advance, but hopes exhibitors can observe book fair’s guidelines.

6 Jul 2022 - 8:25PM
Hong Kong leader John Lee just got a to-do list from Xi Jinping. Now, he must take ‘concrete action’ to solve housing and help young people, analysts and residents say

Xi challenges Lee to boost Hong Kong economy and tackle social problems.

Xi challenges Lee to boost Hong Kong economy and tackle social problems.

1 Jul 2022 - 10:26PM
Hong Kong issues No 3 typhoon warning signal as tropical storm Chaba nears, with President Xi Jinping visiting for 25th anniversary of city’s return to Chinese rule

Observatory issues No 3 typhoon warning signal at 10.40pm as storm Chaba nears; squally showers and thunderstorms expected in the next few days.

Observatory issues No 3 typhoon warning signal at 10.40pm as storm Chaba nears; squally showers and thunderstorms expected in the next few days.

30 Jun 2022 - 11:31PM
Coronavirus: Hong Kong hotels raise rates for quarantine rooms as number of arrivals to city outpaces available spots

More than 40 quarantine hotels have raised their prices by as much as 80 per cent since the launch of the scheme 1½ years ago.

More than 40 quarantine hotels have raised their prices by as much as 80 per cent since the launch of the scheme 1½ years ago.

25 Jun 2022 - 11:07PM
CLP Power to investigate ‘why backup system failed’ to prevent Hong Kong’s worst outage in decades

Lawmaker Chan Siu-hung says CLP Power will investigate why backup support provided from other areas took so many hours to fully restore electricity to affected households.

Lawmaker Chan Siu-hung says CLP Power will investigate why backup support provided from other areas took so many hours to fully restore electricity to affected households.

22 Jun 2022 - 11:51PM
Anti-terrorism campaign urges Hong Kong hardware store owners, chemical suppliers to report suspicious customers

City launches counterterrorism initiative as law enforcement says they have dealt with 20 cases related to explosives or precursor chemicals since mid-2019.

City launches counterterrorism initiative as law enforcement says they have dealt with 20 cases related to explosives or precursor chemicals since mid-2019.

21 Jun 2022 - 11:13AM
‘I need a room’: overseas Hong Kong students struggling to book quarantine hotels for summer return to city

Bulk of 66 quarantine hotels fully booked until end of July, while some hotels on new list of designated facilities only have availability from middle of August.

Bulk of 66 quarantine hotels fully booked until end of July, while some hotels on new list of designated facilities only have availability from middle of August.

18 Jun 2022 - 3:39PM
Explainer | Hong Kong consumption vouchers: what you need to know about second batch of e-coupons, who is eligible and special offers available

Scheme extended to cover people in Hong Kong eligible for permanent residency while excluding locals planning to emigrate.

Scheme extended to cover people in Hong Kong eligible for permanent residency while excluding locals planning to emigrate.

17 Jun 2022 - 7:15PM
Hong Kong’s iconic Jumbo Floating Restaurant leaves for new secret location as residents bid farewell

Tugboats take the tourist attraction to moor outside the city after talks between owner and government fail to save it.

Tugboats take the tourist attraction to moor outside the city after talks between owner and government fail to save it.

14 Jun 2022 - 4:32PM
Scammers con 16 Hongkongers out of HK$4.29 million in recent months, use stolen personal information to apply for fraudulent loans

Con artists obtain victims’ personal information by posting job advertisements on social media, before using their details to apply for loans online.

Con artists obtain victims’ personal information by posting job advertisements on social media, before using their details to apply for loans online.

13 Jun 2022 - 11:50PM