Celine Lean Yew-lin hopes to use her law degree to advocate for the rights of disabled people in Malaysia and around the world.
Lessons from the coronavirus give us the opportunity to change Hong Kong's education system and address its problems.
The death of American George Floyd has brought the issues of discrimination to the forefront in the US, but we must also look for change closer to home
All lectures have been held online since March because of the coronavirus outbreak.
Junior Reporter Belinda Ng shares her experience of recovering from the deadly disease sweeping the planet.
As Hongkongers become increasingly polarised, it's important for young people to learn to understand themselves and their community.
The internet has become flooded with misinformation about the virus – much of which has been discriminatory and racist towards Chinese people.
The devastating impact of wildfires garners global attention, but not enough is being done about the real cause of these disasters.
Work experience allows you to discover if a job will make you happy.
It can be challenging to learn to live with friends, but as long as you're considerate and open, it's a great away to make memories.
The reality of attending scenes of death, and how these medical experts deal with the emotional side of the job.
Hear For You volunteers encourage people young and old to open up and talk to counsellors about their feelings.
The ongoing demonstrations against the proposed extradition bill have caused a spike in emotional problems, and authorities need to do more to address the problem.
The recent discovery of plastic waste in the the deepest part of the Pacific Ocean, shows we are trashing our planet at an increasing rate.
A student at the National University of Singapore, who was filmed while taking a shower, wants real consequences for people that commit such acts.
Explore your interests and be mindful of your mental health on your tertiary education journey.
Leen Youssef, a 27-year-old now living in the French capital, remembers sniper bullets whizzing past her face on two occasions.
Legislation is needed to responsibly manage increasing seafood consumption around the world.
Last year was fraught with political, environmental, and social change. Issues such as the LGBT movement, US gun laws, female reproductive rights, and climate change came into the international spotlight.
There is a lot you can learn by talking to people from different cultures and backgrounds to your own, and university is the perfect place to meet them
It will take a lot more effort to stop orangutans and other animals from losing their habitats.
University offers platform to speak about topics that students are passionate about and gives them the freedom to act.
The protests were sparked by a “green” tax aimed at tackling climate change – but it unfairly targeted the poor.
The key to enjoying your studies abroad is managing your expectations and being comfortable in your new environment as you are at home.
Dr Eva Sum tells us the hardest things about her job, how it's changed over the years, and why she still loves it so much.
We spoke to Forbes' '30 under 30 social entrepreneur' Bonnie Chiu, who co-founded Lensational, a group that supports female empowerment
Last year, Meng Wanzhou was arrested in Canada. Meng is Huawei’s chief financial officer and the daughter of the founder of the telecommunications company.
Your appreciation for your dad shouldn't be limited to just one day out of each year. But what better time is there for you to put down in words what you feel for dear old Dad than on a Young Post cover?
This week, we asked our readers: if you could be any animal, what would it be and why? Here are our favourite answers