Assistant production editor at Young Post
Charlotte Ames-Ettridge worked at Young Post from 2017 until 2020. She has a Bachelor's degree in English Literature.
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The 'Thor' director, who also plays a cartoonish version of Adolf Hitler, blends irreverent humour with some very serious issues.
"Frozen' taught us to believe in people and love ourselves, while the tearjerker 'Coco' made us want to make the most of life.
As the world marks Remembrance Day today, let's celebrate five special people who saved many lives – without ever firing a shot.
The stellar cast, which includes Chloe Grace Moretz and Snoop Dogg, give this cartoon remake a spooky and spunky vibe.
Most of the original cast, including Michelle Dockery and Jim Carter, are back as the Crawleys prepare for a royal visit.
The biggest threats these beautiful underwater ecosystems are pollution, overfishing, coastal development, and climate change.
Trying to see criticism as advantageous is never easy, but it can be done - and it will improve your life.
We compared the carbon footprint, water footprint, and nutritional value of the three products, and suggest some possible alternatives.
If you're that person who can wear the same pair of jeans for two weeks in a row, but needs three options for each day of a holiday, these tips are for you.
As tempting as it might be to just make a voodoo doll and have done with it, do the mature thing and use these 5 easy ways to deal with those you struggle to get on with.
New life situations, places, relationships and schedules can leave you feeling as if the rug has been pulled from underneath you. But you can get through it. Here’s how.
The author is most well-known for her classic tale of horror and the film focuses on how the Gothic novel was conceived during an ill-fated trip to Geneva.
The budding writer and Pui Ching Middle School student talks about the inspiration behind his story "The Setting Sun", and what he loves about writing.
The video for the title track from her upcoming seventh album, released during a YouTube livestream, is packed with hidden clues and heartwarming cuteness.
Apart from being home to many kinds of animals, mangroves protect coastal regions from natural disasters.
The singer unveiled the teaser track in an Instagram livestream this morning.
We've been told toys can't fly, but Woody, Buzz Lightyear and the rest of the gang are growing up and spreading their wings.
We visited Canada's second-biggest city, and biggest in French-speaking Quebec, for a taste of what it has to offer.
From tributes to female icons to references to lucky numbers, here are some of the hidden messages in the video for Swift's second single from her upcoming album, 'Lover'.
The film may not quite match up to 2004 smash hit 'Fahrenheit 9/11', but is necessary viewing nonetheless.
We promise that nobody's gonna love T-Swizzle like we love T-Swizzle.
The song features Brendon Urie from Panic! At The Disco
The 12-year-old aspiring author from Hong Kong International School also says writing helps her make sense of her own life.
Here's what Swifties are saying about the singer's upcoming new music.
Learn more about the “Notorious RBG”, legendary Supreme Court Justice and champion of the women’s movement.
The artist tells us how he's inspired by Quentin Blake, Roald Dahl’s illustrator, and what he loved about our city.
The numbers do not tell the whole story, so countries will need to reassess their roles as they contribute towards combating climate change.
Every year, people around the world celebrate a special set of numbers that begin 3.14 on the 14th day of the third month of the year (that’s today).