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Tertiary institutions must hold national flag-raising ceremonies in line with new guidelines issued to primary and secondary schools starting from January 1, 2022.

The book by Beijing-born writer Liu Qikun, which has been slammed by pro-Beijing media and lawmakers for glorifying foreign invasion of China, is sold out at Taiwanese-owned Eslite bookstore.

Gymnasts like Team USA’s Simone Biles and Sunisa Lee can only paint their nails in neutral colours, and karatekas can be disqualified if their hair is dirty.

Travel plans of overseas students are now ‘messed up’ due to the city’s decision not to lift Covid-19 flight bans in favour of reopening the border with mainland China.

Ching Chun-ho scores 18 marks for six subjects on the exam, making his parents and teachers proud. He was diagnosed at two-years-old with a neurodegenerative disease, which weakens his control of speech and movement.

The government has postponed the proposal in hopes of resuming cross-border travel with mainland China. It would have allowed vaccinated arrivals from high-risk places and unvaccinated students from Britain.

Grand Prize winner Dylan Fischer, a 17-year-old student at German Swiss International School, also led the student group to raise more than HK$40,000 for care packages to give to the city’s economically disadvantaged families during the coronavirus pandemic.

In a strongly worded statement, the school said it would welcome a national security investigation from law enforcement agencies and would look at whether student leaders involved should be expelled.

Consul general says authorities are looking to allow fully vaccinated Hong Kong residents and those with work visas to return from countries classified as extremely high-risk for Covid-19, including the Philippines, Indonesia, and India.

Suspects detained on Monday morning in connection with last week’s alleged bomb plot. The group, including 3 students aged between 15 and 17, were believed to be members of pro-independence group ‘Returning Valiant’.

Rabia Aslam moved to the city with her family in 2014, learned Chinese in less than a year, and fought through discrimination. The CityU graduate is now working to help others in the ethnic minority community.

Hayson Au was diagnosed with acute liver failure, and his condition has rapidly deteriorated. Potential donors need to have A+ or O blood type, and be aged between 18 and 60.

Sign-ups for the HK$5,000 open on July 4 and close on August 14, and depending on when you apply and what e-wallet you choose, you could start receiving parts of the payment from August 1.

As journalists and legal scholars weigh in on potential aftershocks from the arrests yesterday, government officials reassure the city’s news reporting will be fine as long as they stick to the facts and ‘don’t have a criminal intention’.

In the World University Rankings, Chinese University moved up four spots to 39th and Polytechnic University up nine to 66th, amidst questions about the autonomy of the city’s higher education prompted by the national security law