Mabel Sieh

Mabel Sieh

Mabel Sieh is a former journalist and documentary producer.

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How can study of social sciences and humanities help overcome global crises such as Covid-19 pandemic?

Understanding societies and human behaviour ensures we can tackle difficult problems in the world, says Professor Richard M. Walker of City University of Hong Kong

3 Aug 2020 - 11:25AM

Understanding societies and human behaviour ensures we can tackle difficult problems in the world, says Professor Richard M. Walker of City University of Hong Kong

How can study of social sciences and humanities help overcome global crises such as Covid-19 pandemic?
Why students with the ‘right stuff’ – a good mindset rather than skill set – are best placed to find jobs

Today’s education system fails to produce suitable ‘real world’ job candidates, says Professor Huang Xu of Hong Kong Baptist University

21 Apr 2020 - 2:19PM

Today’s education system fails to produce suitable ‘real world’ job candidates, says Professor Huang Xu of Hong Kong Baptist University

Why students with the ‘right stuff’ – a good mindset rather than skill set – are best placed to find jobs
Sky's the limit for green warriors

Island School powers ahead of the rest with its pioneering Solar Panel and Wind Turbine Project.

6 Jul 2017 - 5:03PM

Island School powers ahead of the rest with its pioneering Solar Panel and Wind Turbine Project.

Sky's the limit for green warriors
'Twisted, inhuman school system fails our children': why Hong Kong parents homeschool their kids

These families don't mince their words about Hong Kong's traditional mainstream education. They and more like them are opting to teach their children themselves.

15 Sep 2015 - 6:30PM

These families don't mince their words about Hong Kong's traditional mainstream education. They and more like them are opting to teach their children themselves.

'Twisted, inhuman school system fails our children': why Hong Kong parents homeschool their kids
Hong Kong school course promotes critical thinking on rule of law
Novel addresses teen suicide
18 Nov 2014 - 10:29AM
Novel addresses teen suicide
Hundred-cello event gives young players a chance to enjoy music
Home and cultural identity difficult to pinpoint for third-culture kids
International exchange students broaden horizons in Hong Kong
It's never too early for children to learn a second language, say experts
Scholarships open a door to Burmese students, but some struggle to adapt
Employers help their domestic helpers in times of need
Global Dignity initiative helps young people deal with prejudice
How an unhappy cartoonist became one of Hong Kong's leading artists
Child's-eye view
20 Jul 2018 - 2:53PM
Child's-eye view
Teachers and pupils struggle with school-based assessment system
Arts preview: Hong Kong Ballet brings a conceptual touch to Chinese classic

Best known for its tear-jerking story, The Dream of the Red Chamber has been adapted for screen and stage many times. But choreographer Wang Xinpeng's ballet version of the popular Chinese literary classic promises to give the doomed romance a more conceptual take.

25 Oct 2013 - 5:09PM

Best known for its tear-jerking story, The Dream of the Red Chamber has been adapted for screen and stage many times. But choreographer Wang Xinpeng's ballet version of the popular Chinese literary classic promises to give the doomed romance a more conceptual take.

Arts preview: Hong Kong Ballet brings a conceptual touch to Chinese classic
Stars of the workplace are taught to shine
Fun link to the community
23 May 2008 - 12:00AM
Fun link to the community
Account managers distinguish themselves
Different approaches work for sales staff
Patience is a virtue
13 Jun 2008 - 12:00AM
Patience is a virtue
Winning trio provide excellent service for their customers
Three steps to success
13 Jun 2008 - 12:00AM
Three steps to success
Finding space to teach creativity
Previous experience throws light on trade
Competition that brings out the best
Rail-link protestors want new home for village
Budding writers answer call
22 Feb 2010 - 12:00AM
Budding writers answer call
Employees get stamp of approval