Sue Ng

Sue Ng

Sue joined the Post in 2021. She graduated from the University of Hong Kong with a double major in journalism and counselling.

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12 useful travel idioms that are just the ticket as Hong Kong drops Covid hotel quarantine

After more than 2 years of the city’s strict anti-pandemic border controls, get ready to hit the road with these English idioms and one Cantonese phrase.

After more than 2 years of the city’s strict anti-pandemic border controls, get ready to hit the road with these English idioms and one Cantonese phrase.

29 Sep 2022 - 6:05PM
On World Contraception Day, one Hong Kong NGO wants teens to have a space to discuss sex

Local organisation Teen’s Key’s exhibit teaches students about consent, safe sex, and accidental pregnancy, saying youth lack sex ed knowledge.

Local organisation Teen’s Key’s exhibit teaches students about consent, safe sex, and accidental pregnancy, saying youth lack sex ed knowledge.

26 Sep 2022 - 7:35PM
Cigarette Butts Committee: Social design students engage with community to address Hong Kong’s littering issue

Three Polytechnic University students started a project to show how littered cigarette butts affect the city’s street cleaners.

Three Polytechnic University students started a project to show how littered cigarette butts affect the city’s street cleaners.

26 Sep 2022 - 3:40PM
Uber Hong Kong donates HK$200,000 to Children’s Cancer Foundation to pay for special bus for patients

Uber says they hope their donation can help build a barrier-free city and assist people with serious illnesses.

Uber says they hope their donation can help build a barrier-free city and assist people with serious illnesses.

23 Sep 2022 - 8:13PM
Hong Kong LGBTQ+ group pens open letter to star tutor for making fun of male student with feminine name

Maths tutor Dick Hui is in hot water after saying it was “twisted” for a male student to go by the feminine-sounding name Liana.

Maths tutor Dick Hui is in hot water after saying it was “twisted” for a male student to go by the feminine-sounding name Liana.

16 Sep 2022 - 7:02PM
12 English idioms about the moon to help you shoot for the stars and beyond in your writing

You’ll be over the moon in love with these sayings when you use them on your next essay or exam.

You’ll be over the moon in love with these sayings when you use them on your next essay or exam.

10 Sep 2022 - 2:00PM
How is art part of everyday life? Hong Kong group organises talk series to explore insights and lessons from creativity

Organised by Central and Western District Association for Culture and Arts, Art of Life invites outstanding youth to discuss how creativity has influenced their journeys.

Organised by Central and Western District Association for Culture and Arts, Art of Life invites outstanding youth to discuss how creativity has influenced their journeys.

8 Sep 2022 - 10:21AM
Coronavirus: Hong Kong students head back to school as stricter Covid vaccination rules loom

Parents, teachers and schools hope for a more relaxed academic term, after last year’s early summer break and bouncing between full-day, half-day and online lessons.

Parents, teachers and schools hope for a more relaxed academic term, after last year’s early summer break and bouncing between full-day, half-day and online lessons.

1 Sep 2022 - 11:37AM
Coronavirus: back to school for tens of thousands of Hong Kong pupils as stricter Covid vaccination rules loom

School principals have mixed reactions to November deadline for new student vaccine threshold, some confident of hitting 90 per cent target, others want more time.

School principals have mixed reactions to November deadline for new student vaccine threshold, some confident of hitting 90 per cent target, others want more time.

2 Sep 2022 - 1:24AM
Lessons in life and death with a Hong Kong funeral director

Hoping to educate students about mortality, Chen Pui-hing co-founded HOBBYHK to start conversations about grief and living life to the fullest.

Hoping to educate students about mortality, Chen Pui-hing co-founded HOBBYHK to start conversations about grief and living life to the fullest.

29 Aug 2022 - 11:55AM
Why avid collector of Hong Kong colonial artefacts hopes to preserve history through items that tell a story

Founder of Badges Story, which sells authentic and redesigned British Hong Kong memorabilia, Bryan Ong Ye-hou says these collectibles tell important stories.

Founder of Badges Story, which sells authentic and redesigned British Hong Kong memorabilia, Bryan Ong Ye-hou says these collectibles tell important stories.

14 Aug 2022 - 2:00PM
Run by a former Hong Kong district councillor, Hunter Bookstore wants you to live in truth

Owner and activist Leticia Wong named the shop, located in Sham Shui Po, after her favourite Japanese anime and hopes to make it a place where people can connect.

Owner and activist Leticia Wong named the shop, located in Sham Shui Po, after her favourite Japanese anime and hopes to make it a place where people can connect.

8 Aug 2022 - 7:01PM
How Cantonese opera set the stage for everyday slang in Hong Kong: 4 terms inspired by the traditional performing art

Though the traditional art form is no longer as popular as it was in the 50s, some of its phrases have made their way from the stage into today’s conversations.

Though the traditional art form is no longer as popular as it was in the 50s, some of its phrases have made their way from the stage into today’s conversations.

26 Jul 2022 - 8:00AM
Cantonese opera singer explains her passion for helping young Hong Kong audiences enjoy the traditional performing art

The classic performing art had its heyday in the 50s and 60s, but Chloe Chan Hei-yu, 27, believes it still has much to offer for young Hongkongers.

The classic performing art had its heyday in the 50s and 60s, but Chloe Chan Hei-yu, 27, believes it still has much to offer for young Hongkongers.

25 Jul 2022 - 5:47PM
DSE 2022: 6 out of 8 top scorers intend to pursue studies locally to become doctors, most eyeing CUHK

Those planning to study medicine say they want to support local healthcare sector and combat manpower shortage.

Those planning to study medicine say they want to support local healthcare sector and combat manpower shortage.

20 Jul 2022 - 2:48PM
First ‘Hongkongers’ Book Fair’ cancelled, moved online one day before launch, accused of breaching tenancy agreement

Landlord called the fair ‘sensitive’ and accused organisers of subletting the premises; event has been moved online.

Landlord called the fair ‘sensitive’ and accused organisers of subletting the premises; event has been moved online.

14 Jul 2022 - 5:43PM
‘I was a lazy student’: how a pupil who didn’t finish secondary school became popular Hong Kong author Bluegodzi

Writer Leung Man-fung, known for his stories that are both relatable and imaginative, explains how he found his passion for writing.

Writer Leung Man-fung, known for his stories that are both relatable and imaginative, explains how he found his passion for writing.

10 Jul 2022 - 2:00PM
Hong Kong’s IB top scorers share study tips for exam success

City saw 93 students receive full marks on the International Baccalaureate this year, with some aiming to study in universities such as Cambridge and Harvard.

City saw 93 students receive full marks on the International Baccalaureate this year, with some aiming to study in universities such as Cambridge and Harvard.

8 Jul 2022 - 10:24PM
Refreshing Cantonese slang about water to keep you cool and hydrated all summer long

Hong Kong summers are hot and humid, so avoid dehydration with these phrases all about H20.

Hong Kong summers are hot and humid, so avoid dehydration with these phrases all about H20.

5 Jul 2022 - 11:23AM
Teen winner of ViuTV’s Extra Beauty on why dance helps her love her body, how plus-size shows give ‘fei mui’ a stage

Lau Tsz-ching, 19, shares about how vogueing is a dance of self-love, what she liked most about the show, and why she challenges Hong Kong’s unrealistic beauty standards.

Lau Tsz-ching, 19, shares about how vogueing is a dance of self-love, what she liked most about the show, and why she challenges Hong Kong’s unrealistic beauty standards.

4 Jul 2022 - 7:30AM
Corrupt the Youth: why a Hong Kong philosophy group believes questioning everything can give your life new meaning

Two of the group’s founders share how they became interested in the subject and why they are intent on helping young people examine society’s norms and expectations.

Two of the group’s founders share how they became interested in the subject and why they are intent on helping young people examine society’s norms and expectations.

27 Jun 2022 - 1:15PM
Independent film festival to showcase work from South Korean female directors, discussing issues like feminism and gender discrimination

Event runs from June 24 to August 13 at the Louis Koo Cinema and will feature eight films, including the drama ‘Ten Months’.

Event runs from June 24 to August 13 at the Louis Koo Cinema and will feature eight films, including the drama ‘Ten Months’.

24 Jun 2022 - 12:35PM
15 summer idioms to help you find your place in the sun

You won’t be a fish out of water with these English phrases all about Hong Kong’s hottest season.

You won’t be a fish out of water with these English phrases all about Hong Kong’s hottest season.

21 Jun 2022 - 4:34PM
Behind the crime scenes: YouTube channel discusses stories and lessons from Hong Kong’s most chilling murders

From the 2015 “yoga ball murders” to the 1997 Sau Mau Ping case, a YouTube channel investigates the city’s perplexing crime cases and points out lessons to be learned.

From the 2015 “yoga ball murders” to the 1997 Sau Mau Ping case, a YouTube channel investigates the city’s perplexing crime cases and points out lessons to be learned.

18 Jun 2022 - 2:00PM
7 LGBTQ+ movies to watch: from elderly gay Hongkongers in Suk Suk, to Hollywood’s trans representation in Disclosure

If you live in Hong Kong, don’t miss M+ Cinema’s screening of Suk Suk (Twilight’s Kiss), about two elderly closeted gay men as they struggle between society’s norms and their love.

If you live in Hong Kong, don’t miss M+ Cinema’s screening of Suk Suk (Twilight’s Kiss), about two elderly closeted gay men as they struggle between society’s norms and their love.

17 Jun 2022 - 6:00PM
Hong Kong secondary students show better acceptance of gender identity, but lack sexual health knowledge

Youth Sexuality Study shows teens are more accepting of LGBT+ people but lack knowledge about contraception and sexually-transmitted diseases.

Youth Sexuality Study shows teens are more accepting of LGBT+ people but lack knowledge about contraception and sexually-transmitted diseases.

15 Jun 2022 - 2:54PM
Cat got your tongue? Feline-inspired Cantonese slang for all kinds of hairy situations

Not sure what to say when you suspect someone of cheating or lying? Here are five cat-related phrases for calling out the liars, cheaters and hypocrites you might meet.

Not sure what to say when you suspect someone of cheating or lying? Here are five cat-related phrases for calling out the liars, cheaters and hypocrites you might meet.

14 Jun 2022 - 2:51PM
New exhibition highlights stories from survivors of child sexual abuse and Hong Kong’s anti-sexual violence movement

Organised by the Association Concerning Sexual Violence Against Women, the exhibit uses art and poetry to tell stories from a book published by RainLily.

Organised by the Association Concerning Sexual Violence Against Women, the exhibit uses art and poetry to tell stories from a book published by RainLily.

25 Jul 2022 - 5:02PM
Experts call for more mental health education, support for Hong Kong students after resumption of in-person learning

Hong Kong has long lacked sufficient support for pupils, and in recent months, schools have been shocked by a number of student suicide cases.

Hong Kong has long lacked sufficient support for pupils, and in recent months, schools have been shocked by a number of student suicide cases.

13 Jun 2022 - 3:40PM
What you should know about the Dragon Boat Festival – its origins and lesser-known traditions

Also known as the Tuen Ng Festival, many associate the day with rice dumplings and races, but there are more ways to celebrate.

Also known as the Tuen Ng Festival, many associate the day with rice dumplings and races, but there are more ways to celebrate.

2 Jun 2022 - 8:00AM