Dannie Higginbotham is the Web Editor for Young Post. She has previously lived and worked in South Korea, Ecuador and the United States.
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Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has Covid-19 and may get sued for exposing the press to the virus
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The newest novel by Suzanne Collins follows Coriolanus Snow, president during the trilogy, during his younger days
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The protests that broke out all across the US started with the death of George Floyd at the hands of police officer, Derek Chauvin.
The cat rose to fame in 2012 when he briefly went missing, and netizens searched for him for nearly a month and brought him home
Hong Kong has dropped seven spots on the World Press Freedom Index since last year, due to the issues journalists have faced during the protests.
Reading while walking in circles, taking online classes, and trying to sleep without a mattress, four Post employees talk about their time in quarantine at the Chun Yeung Estate in Fo Tan.
From comedies like 'Big Bang Theory' to game shows like 'Jeopardy', these TV shows will help you with your listening and vocab skills.
If the school suspension has made it tough to keep a daily routine, follow our guide for dividing up your day
If the school suspension has made it tough to keep a daily routine, follow our guide for dividing up your day.
From 'walking corpse syndrome' to a disease that makes people dance until they die, here are some of the weirdest illnesses the world has ever seen.
As a religious group in South Korea is accused of intentionally spreading the coronavirus, let's take a look at other organisations on the continent that have made waves.
One of the last living actors of the industry's 'Golden Age', the 103-year-old Douglas was hardworking and charitable.
With a little bit of creativity and advice from interior design pro Jamie Turnough, you can turn cramped into cosy.
Here are five of the best fictional rodent characters in books, just in time for the Year of the Rat.
Qasem Soleimani was killed near Baghdad International Airport; the leader of Iran has promised retaliation
Can you imagine leaving your house for food before Deliveroo? What did you do before Fortnite? Here's 10 popular things we didn't have in 2010.
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A life coach shares professional advice on how to take care of your emotional, physical and social well-being in 2020
Schedule daily 'me' time and start practicing mindfulness, says Hong Kong-based life coach Steffi Lopez Gonzalez.
None of the songs are as catchy as 'Let It Go', but the movie holds it own as a charming sequel to the original film.
Chloe Bennet stars as a young girl who travels across China to reunite a magical yeti with his family on Mount Everest.