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ESF produces eight top scorers in IB exams

The English Schools Foundation has recorded eight top scorers in the International Baccalaureate Diploma – its second-best tally of high-fliers in the Genevabased exams.

The English Schools Foundation has recorded eight top scorers in the International Baccalaureate Diploma – its second-best tally of high-fliers in the Genevabased exams.

ESF produces eight top scorers in IB exams
6 Jul 2017 - 5:47PM
Human placenta 'biscuits' being sold in Hong Kong shops, despite ban

While the sale of human placenta remains illegal in Hong Kong, it was available under the counter at several traditional Chinese medicine shops approached by the Post.

While the sale of human placenta remains illegal in Hong Kong, it was available under the counter at several traditional Chinese medicine shops approached by the Post.

Human placenta 'biscuits' being sold in Hong Kong shops, despite ban
25 Aug 2014 - 12:57PM
HKUST scientists invent new water purification system on trial in Shenzhen

Local researchers have teamed up with a private electroplating firm in Shenzhen to test out a filtering technology - said to be the first of its kind - in an effort to purify the neighbouring city's groundwater.

Local researchers have teamed up with a private electroplating firm in Shenzhen to test out a filtering technology - said to be the first of its kind - in an effort to purify the neighbouring city's groundwater.

HKUST scientists invent new water purification system on trial in Shenzhen
21 Aug 2014 - 4:44AM
Experts call for checks on Mid-Levels trees as baby boy fights for his life

A baby boy whose pregnant mother was killed by a falling tree in Mid-Levels was struggling for survival last night as tree specialists called for a mandatory inspection of private trees and claimed most of those in the area were sick or poorly managed.

A baby boy whose pregnant mother was killed by a falling tree in Mid-Levels was struggling for survival last night as tree specialists called for a mandatory inspection of private trees and claimed most of those in the area were sick or poorly managed.

Experts call for checks on Mid-Levels trees as baby boy fights for his life
20 Jun 2018 - 5:12PM
Homeowners may face claims after falling tree kills woman outside Mid Levels apartment

Flat owners and the management company of a Mid-Levels residential block could face legal action after a tree crashed down a private slope and killed a heavily pregnant woman.

Flat owners and the management company of a Mid-Levels residential block could face legal action after a tree crashed down a private slope and killed a heavily pregnant woman.

Homeowners may face claims after falling tree kills woman outside Mid Levels apartment
15 Jun 2018 - 12:30PM
Decade-old work safety laws 'need urgent review' amid reports of lax standards

The government must carry out an extensive review of work safety laws that have not been updated for over a decade, a support group for victims of industrial accidents says.

The government must carry out an extensive review of work safety laws that have not been updated for over a decade, a support group for victims of industrial accidents says.

Decade-old work safety laws 'need urgent review' amid reports of lax standards
9 Aug 2014 - 4:09AM
Malls fail to provide for nursing mothers

Three shopping malls have failed the test when it comes to facilities for nursing mothers - because the facilities don't exist or they have hygiene problems.

Three shopping malls have failed the test when it comes to facilities for nursing mothers - because the facilities don't exist or they have hygiene problems.

Malls fail to provide for nursing mothers
14 Jun 2018 - 4:55PM
Vampires, ghost bride train for festival

Days before the Hungry Ghost Festival, unusual photographs have surfaced of traditional Chinese folklore characters hanging around at MTR stations.

Days before the Hungry Ghost Festival, unusual photographs have surfaced of traditional Chinese folklore characters hanging around at MTR stations.

Vampires, ghost bride train for festival
5 Aug 2014 - 4:29AM
Cabin door open for more men to join Dragonair

While employers commonly come under fire for not hiring enough women, Dragonair wants to hire more men.

While employers commonly come under fire for not hiring enough women, Dragonair wants to hire more men.

Cabin door open for more men to join Dragonair
1 Aug 2014 - 11:18AM
Kids now have more diverse dream jobs, poll finds

The aspirations of the city's young people are shifting from traditionally sought-after occupations like doctors and lawyers to more diverse careers such as artists, journalists and entrepreneurs, a study has shown.

The aspirations of the city's young people are shifting from traditionally sought-after occupations like doctors and lawyers to more diverse careers such as artists, journalists and entrepreneurs, a study has shown.

Kids now have more diverse dream jobs, poll finds
22 Jul 2014 - 5:17AM
ESF, St Paul's score in International Baccalaureate exams

The English Schools Foundation has recorded eight top scorers in the International Baccalaureate Diploma - its second-best tally of high-fliers in the Geneva-based exams.

The English Schools Foundation has recorded eight top scorers in the International Baccalaureate Diploma - its second-best tally of high-fliers in the Geneva-based exams.

ESF, St Paul's score in International Baccalaureate exams
28 Apr 2015 - 5:44PM
Comix Home Base gives Unesco global award a serious shot

Comix Home Base has entered the Unesco Asia-Pacific Awards for Cultural Heritage Conservation, after winning design and urban planning accolades from local bodies including the Institute of Planners, Institute of Architects and the Quality Building Award committee.

Comix Home Base has entered the Unesco Asia-Pacific Awards for Cultural Heritage Conservation, after winning design and urban planning accolades from local bodies including the Institute of Planners, Institute of Architects and the Quality Building Award committee.

Comix Home Base gives Unesco global award a serious shot
23 Jun 2014 - 6:03PM