Ginny Wong
Ginny Wong
Hong Kong
Production Editor, Culture
Ginny worked for five years at the Press Association in the UK before moving to Hong Kong in 2016 and joining Young Post. She is now a production editor on the Culture desk for the Post.

US TikTok users’ comments on viral videos of British-Chinese food have struck a nerve with ‘takeaway kids’ like me and are an insult to the immigrants who birthed this cuisine to suit UK palates.

A capsule collection should contain sustainable wardrobe essentials and investment pieces that you can mix and match and which will stand the test of time.

We’ve been conditioned to believe that love has to be a dramatic roller-coaster ride like in The Notebook or a Disney film, but we need to let go of these unhealthy ideals.

Hosted by Lee Hyori, the MAMA show featured performances by K-pop acts including NCT, and Ed Sheeran, and appearances by Korean stars including Rain and Song Joong-ki. BTS were not there but were the night’s big winners, taking home Artist, Song, Album and Worldwide Icon of the Year.


Social media success can open many doors for amateurs. We talk to Instagramers Michael Zee, Jen Balisi and Joanne Lee Molinaro, who all now have cookbook deals.

Y2K fashion is cool again with the Gen Z looks of Kim Kardashian, Paris Hilton and Britney Spears back in vogue. Here are some of the trends that helped define the OG decade.


The ceremony, the 22nd in the show’s history, was held with a virtual audience because of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

We all know about the downsides of platforms like Instagram and Facebook, but experts say they can also bring positivity into your life.

Get your life on track: being fashionably late on occasion is one thing, but constantly making other people wait is disrespectful and puts you in a bad light.

Hate it when you can’t talk back? Well, you can with Young Post. Have your say and share with students around Hong Kong.