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Susan Ramsay joined Young Post as editor in 2008 after more than two decades as a sub-editor and writer.
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Take a hike, go to the beach, whip up a unicorn shake and tie-dye some clothes this summer
There’s lot of advice out there on how to be a good parent, but what about tips for being a supportive child?
Take a look at the answers for what's happening in the photo.
Take a look at this picture and figure out what's going on.
The issue remains whether the departments can interfere in Hong Kong’s affairs.
Do you have spring fever? Know someone who is a spring chicken? These idioms will make your writing more interesting
Reading while walking in circles, taking online classes, and trying to sleep without a mattress, four Post employees talk about their time in quarantine at the Chun Yeung Estate in Fo Tan.
Study this photo from a recent news story and discuss what you think is going on
Craft convincing opinion pieces with these practical tips.
Writing a news report is very different from writing a report for school. Here’s how to properly structure an article about what happened at a school event.
As a content creator in the media industry, you need to ask the right questions and use quotes effectively and responsibly.
This creature has been making headlines recently, but why? Test your news knowledge with our discussion questions
Struggling with exams, readings or how to write your university mission statement? Here’s a list of terms and concepts related to personal growth.
Our editor teaches you about the proper structure of a news story.
Pandemics have changed the course of history and destroyed civilisations.
These useful phrases can be the icing on the cake for your writing and conversational skills.
As the Wuhan coronavirus spreads far beyond China's borders to countries around the world, here are common tendencies to avoid.