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'Perfect' Hong Kong students on top of the world

Hong Kong is the global leader in the 2015 International Baccalaureate, with almost a fifth of all perfect scores worldwide achieved by students from local schools.

6 Jul 2017 - 5:57PM

Hong Kong is the global leader in the 2015 International Baccalaureate, with almost a fifth of all perfect scores worldwide achieved by students from local schools.

'Perfect' Hong Kong students on top of the world
Teenagers excel at contest to make the best Hong Kong-style milk tea
Tern for the better: rare Chinese seabird’s numbers rapidly increasing
Minority Hong Kong groups seek better language and allocation policies for housing
Do more to remove dangerous signboards, Hong Kong government urged as 117 are identified as threat to public
Hong Kong's pharmacies seek cure for high rents and fewer customers
Prestige brands threaten to close Hong Kong stores amid high rents and falling sales
6,000 more Hongkongers at risk as eighth housing estate found with heavy lead in water
50-year-old Hong Kong glass company fights eviction after hut's permit found to be that of razed building
Smart computer works round the clock to catch sellers of fake goods online
Hong Kong's tainted water problem could be larger, warns housing minister Anthony Cheung
Hong Kong MTR passengers to be spared platform screen door costs
Another 12 Hong Kong public housing estates to test lead levels in water
Fresh water samples 'contain excessive lead'

Water samples taken from four flats at a public housing estate in Kowloon City were found to contain excessive amount of lead, government revealed last night.

14 Jun 2018 - 12:14PM

Water samples taken from four flats at a public housing estate in Kowloon City were found to contain excessive amount of lead, government revealed last night.

Fresh water samples 'contain excessive lead'
Perfect scores put Hong Kong students on top of the world
From dragon boat mayhem in Hong Kong to today's international contest

Stone throwing, insults and a brawl involving paddles were all part of the international dragon boat races in Tsim Sha Tsui East back in 1978.

14 May 2019 - 1:06PM

Stone throwing, insults and a brawl involving paddles were all part of the international dragon boat races in Tsim Sha Tsui East back in 1978.

From dragon boat mayhem in Hong Kong to today's international contest
Cut-rate contractors have led to dirtier Hong Kong streets, DAB says after latest inspection
Hong Kong's Polytechnic University develops faster system to identify 'gutter oil'
Hong Kong teenagers ‘have no belief in their ability to achieve career goals’, survey says

Four in five Hong Kong teenagers in their final year of secondary school plan to pursue further studies to help set them on a career path, but most do not know how to achieve their goals or believe they have the ability to do so, a recent survey found.

25 Jun 2015 - 3:37AM

Four in five Hong Kong teenagers in their final year of secondary school plan to pursue further studies to help set them on a career path, but most do not know how to achieve their goals or believe they have the ability to do so, a recent survey found.

Hong Kong teenagers ‘have no belief in their ability to achieve career goals’, survey says
Citizen cops: Hong Kong sleuths who help crack crime honoured with police awards

Requests to transfer cash come across Ng Hoi-lai's desk all the time in her work at a currency exchange. But she noted something odd about one such request, involving HK$300,000 an elderly person wanted to transfer to his son.

19 Jun 2015 - 9:46AM

Requests to transfer cash come across Ng Hoi-lai's desk all the time in her work at a currency exchange. But she noted something odd about one such request, involving HK$300,000 an elderly person wanted to transfer to his son.

Citizen cops: Hong Kong sleuths who help crack crime honoured with police awards
Attitudes on Hong Kong's electoral reform plan split in the city and on China's mainland
Design a costume and join the Rat Race as Hong Kong charity event seeks to engage the younger generation

Young Hongkongers invited to showcase their talents by submitting designs for a new outfit for mascot Junior Rat

17 Jun 2015 - 10:45AM

Young Hongkongers invited to showcase their talents by submitting designs for a new outfit for mascot Junior Rat

Design a costume and join the Rat Race as Hong Kong charity event seeks to engage the younger generation