Susan Ramsay

Susan Ramsay joined Young Post as editor in 2008 after more than two decades as a sub-editor and writer.
Susan Ramsay joined Young Post as editor in 2008 after more than two decades as a sub-editor and writer.

Latest from Susan Ramsay

What is flu? The essential facts about the disease formally known as influenza

Winter is coming, which means flu season is here; make sure you know how to protect yourself from this illness which can range from being unpleasant to deadly.

2 Nov 2019 - 9:00AM

Winter is coming, which means flu season is here; make sure you know how to protect yourself from this illness which can range from being unpleasant to deadly.

What is flu? The essential facts about the disease formally known as influenza
7 facts you need to know about measles

There's always a lot of talk about the measles vaccines and its side effects, but you really do NOT want to catch this highly communicable disease.

22 Oct 2019 - 8:00AM

There's always a lot of talk about the measles vaccines and its side effects, but you really do NOT want to catch this highly communicable disease.

7 facts you need to know about measles
Sulli was a rare ambassador for mental health in Asia – K-pop star’s death a reminder of the need to talk about how we feel

The lack of open conversation about psychological disorders is damaging those who suffer, says an University of Edinburgh clinical psychologist.

6 Nov 2019 - 3:23PM

The lack of open conversation about psychological disorders is damaging those who suffer, says an University of Edinburgh clinical psychologist.

Sulli was a rare ambassador for mental health in Asia – K-pop star’s death a reminder of the need to talk about how we feel
Learn how to say 'no' - it's a big part of being kind to yourself

It’s good to be helpful, but you can't do it all, all the time.

16 Oct 2019 - 9:13AM

It’s good to be helpful, but you can't do it all, all the time.

Learn how to say 'no' - it's a big part of being kind to yourself
Top travel tips: 11 common tourist scams to look out for and avoid being ripped off

Travelling the world is great, but there are some real horror stories of visitors being duped in foreign countries. Don't be one of them.

30 Sep 2019 - 2:53PM

Travelling the world is great, but there are some real horror stories of visitors being duped in foreign countries. Don't be one of them.

Top travel tips: 11 common tourist scams to look out for and avoid being ripped off
How to do laundry (because your mum isn't going to do it forever)

If you're leaving home, you'll need our step-by-step guide to separating whites and darks, how much detergent to use, and some essential dos and don'ts.

30 Sep 2019 - 11:49AM

If you're leaving home, you'll need our step-by-step guide to separating whites and darks, how much detergent to use, and some essential dos and don'ts.

How to do laundry (because your mum isn't going to do it forever)
Cavalia: meet the team that brought horse circus to Hong Kong

Cavalia, created by one of Cirque du Soleil's founders, marries acrobatics, musicians, technical wizardry and horses to create a show like no other.

25 Mar 2015 - 10:07PM

Cavalia, created by one of Cirque du Soleil's founders, marries acrobatics, musicians, technical wizardry and horses to create a show like no other.

Cavalia: meet the team that brought horse circus to Hong Kong
Book review: Behind the Door: The Oscar Pistorius and Reeva Steenkamp Story, by Mandy Wiener and Barry Bateman

Everyone has an opinion on Oscar Pistorius, even those who had no clue as to who he was before that tragic day in 2013 when he shot dead his girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp. "He's a maniac," stated a friend. "He's just an a**hole," said another. "It was roid-rage," a wag confirmed on my favourite internet chatroom. A gentleman, said another friend. A true hero.

13 Dec 2014 - 10:39PM

Everyone has an opinion on Oscar Pistorius, even those who had no clue as to who he was before that tragic day in 2013 when he shot dead his girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp. "He's a maniac," stated a friend. "He's just an a**hole," said another. "It was roid-rage," a wag confirmed on my favourite internet chatroom. A gentleman, said another friend. A true hero.

Book review: Behind the Door: The Oscar Pistorius and Reeva Steenkamp Story, by Mandy Wiener and Barry Bateman
Book review: The Thousand Things, by John Spurling

Just as a master painter of yore would define a landscape in sweeping strokes of his brush and draw the eye to some intricate detail, so John Spurling writes the captivating story of Yuan dynasty artist Wang Meng.

11 May 2014 - 4:08PM

Just as a master painter of yore would define a landscape in sweeping strokes of his brush and draw the eye to some intricate detail, so John Spurling writes the captivating story of Yuan dynasty artist Wang Meng.

Book review: The Thousand Things, by John Spurling
Green gadgetry
11 Nov 2008 - 12:00AM
Green gadgetry
Local riders revel in the moment
Fearless critic of Washington's might
Rogue scholar
28 Jan 2006 - 12:00AM
Rogue scholar
Janssen gets horses dancing to his tune
Taking stock is what it's all about
Horse flu ruins HK hopes
2 Sep 2007 - 12:00AM
Horse flu ruins HK hopes
'Nervous' Fredericks out in front
Tait's research means he'll be ready, come rain or shine
Tales of a ruthless warrior keep readers spellbound
Nightmare scenario for French team as Touzaint forced to withdraw
African plum ripe for picking
25 Nov 2007 - 12:00AM
African plum ripe for picking
the five Ws
25 Jun 2008 - 12:00AM
the five Ws
Busy, busy Beas River is picture perfect
Spectators at equestrian events warned to expect wet weekend
Early risers feel the heat as fans make presence felt
Germany triumph in nail-biting eventing finale
Aussies take top positions
10 Aug 2008 - 12:00AM
Aussies take top positions
Germany's 'grand plan' bearing fruit
Nuri fails to spoil the party, but horses have to hang around
Slip-sliding away
25 Aug 2008 - 12:00AM
Slip-sliding away