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A poll by a pro-establishment teachers’ union found a majority wish to keep the subject compulsory, but think parts should be reformed or removed
Among those charged were Benny Tai, Civic Party leader Alvin Yeung, district councillor Lester Shum and pro-democracy figure Joshua Wong
International school group says it still has control over curriculum and will not introduce new measures like flag raising ceremonies
The K-pop power couple, both managed by YG Entertainment, have reportedly been dating for one year, says Dispatch
The plan would pay people 10 cents for each plastic bottle they return; it aims to cut down on waste in landfills and help the environment
Chief Executive Carrie Lam was the first person in the city to receive the Sinovac jab, which arrived from mainland China last week
51 per cent of respondents with chronic illness plan to get the shot, while 41 per cent plan to wait to be vaccinated.
The 19-year-old was accused of taking part in an unauthorised assembly and calling for the city’s independence.
The national security law and new visa for BN(O) residents mean more Hongkongers are looking to study overseas.
The travel industry has been hurt hard by the Covid-19 pandemic, as foreign visitors to the city dropped drastically
The boy admitted to throwing a petrol bomb at a police officer during the 2019 anti-government demonstrations
Residents of Chinese descent from Hong Kong or the mainland are considered Chinese nationals, no matter what other passports they have
Chief Executive Carrie Lam announced that due to the decrease in new Covid-19 infections, the government would suspend the operations
Several hundred students will undergo mandatory testing after two from the school tested preliminary positive for Covid-19.
Education secretary says discussing negative aspects of the government is allowed under the new liberal studies changes as long as it is objective
AOC was called a liar after she said she feared for her life during the January 6 Capitol attack on Instagram
Students will learn how to sing and ‘respectfully listen’ to China’s national anthem, as well as the importance of the People’s Liberation Army
Researchers turn up the volume with a loudspeaker in the sky to make it rain
The Year of the Ox will be like no other with many families remaining at home. Explore our ‘Lunar New Year at Home’ prosperity pack designed by the Post’s award-winning infographics team.
Currently, one sixth of the student capacity is allowed to return on a half-day basis to attend lessons or take tests
The Gfriend member was accused of insensitivity and anti-Semitism for posting the photo from South Korea’s Cafe Zino
Social-distancing measures have also been extended.
Monitoring teachers would reveal any ‘subversive remarks’, they say.
Residents in the area, many living in sub-divided flats, have to shelter in place.
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Concern group fears comments will reinforce racist stereotypes.
Some question the wisdom of letting such large gatherings go ahead.
Local star beaten by Denmark’s former world champion Viktor Axelsen in Thailand Open men’s singles final but should pick up valuable ranking points.