Reporter, Young Post
A Young Post reporter since 2014, he covers youth-related news, including education, culture, social issues, politics and economics.
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Winner Amy Tsai aims to become a social worker and bridge the generational gap and allow people of all ages to bond
Diocesan Girls’ School student Sherri Lun, who plays piano and violin, says Covid-19 has only confirmed her desire to become a professional musician
Nitya Nigam of German Swiss International School is the 17-year-old founder of ‘Integral’, an online student magazine about mathematics.
Queena Lau of Good Hope School in Hong Kong shares her experience of being the editor of the yearbook.
Undergraduate students can learn about the university’s various departments and get guidance on their Jupas applications
Some living quarters in subdivided flats are more than twice as expensive per square foot than larger apartments.
The Housing Authority will have a recycling scheme at all estates until the end of October
After months of online lessons, teens are heading back to campus and seeing their classmates and teachers again.
Magawa is the first rat to receive the bravery award from animal charity PDSA.
The group was responsible for organising some of the largest anti-extradition bill protests last year
The national security law and police force during protests topped their list of concerns about the city.
The task force said the subject should remain mandatory, but that students should be allowed to skip the Independent Enquiry Study.
The trio from Christian Alliance S. W. Chan Memorial College developed an augmented reality online game to help evaluate potential dyslexia in young children.
The annual Children’s Council offers the city’s youth a platform to debate social issues
The reusable, washable masks are meant to be an eco-friendly way to protect yourself against Covid-19
The term is mentioned in Hong Kong’s Basic Law and refers to power being split between the executive, legislative and judicial branches
Footage went viral of one member of the force pinning the girl to the ground during a demonstration in Kowloon on Sunday
Other students shared their views of the school’s reaction.
The third wave of coronavirus is slowly getting under control, so the government is talking about lifting border restrictions with certain countries
Unless more urgent measures are taken, extinction is inevitable, says the city's WWF head of ocean conservation.
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Society for Community Organisation found that some students don’t have access to a speedy computer or internet connection.
A majority of respondents aged 15-25 have taken part in political demonstrations over the last six months, but even those who haven't participated report psychological distress.
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Unemployment for lower-income groups is five times higher than the city's official rate.
Some people worry about data privacy with the anti-coronavirus measure and fear their personal information would be sent to mainland China.
Since schools closed due to the coronavirus pandemic, the government marked exams according to predicted grades and their institution's normal marks