Ben Young

The sister programme to the IBDP offers a more practical curriculum that suits those not intending, or able, to go on to university

It’s no question that Instagram has given rise to some of today’s biggest stars from different industries – so how do visual artists leverage the mega platform?


The pandemic changed both teachers’ and parents’ approaches to their children’s education and now some of the more successful changes are set to shape the future of education

Higher educational institutions in Hong Kong must consistently update their curriculum to prepare students for a world increasingly dominated by AI, Web3 and blockchain

From publishing books to sporting success, these students in Hong Kong’s international schools are achieving great things beyond the classroom

Children have lost nearly three years of a “normal” educational setting: how much has remote learning damaged them and how quickly can the damage be undone?

While pandemic and political factors have taken some of the shine off the city, international schools are now looking to underline its benefits and to approach younger teachers and those without families

Zoom and Google’s educational tools have become ubiquitous thanks to the pandemic – now educators are learning how best to use them side-by-side with more traditional classroom approaches

Parents must ensure their children stay focused during online classes and get enough exercise outside class through yoga, play dates or even helping out with household chores

Across the world young people are leading the fight to enact change at the grass-roots level, with the Canadian International School Hong Kong hosting the second annual SGD summit

Former firefighter Wong Ho-chung races around Hong Kong in 46 hrs 55 minutes nearly 3 hours faster than previous record, with North Face Adventure Team member ‘redefining what is possible in terms of combining endurance with speed’.

Defending champion believes ‘it can only get better from here’ after shaky start to season five, and hopes his bad luck is over heading into Hong Kong E-Prix

Chairman Alejandro Agag says ‘very cool’ season six finale will be a highlight of the calendar, with NIO driver Oliver Turvey relishing the return of a home race