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A Young Post reporter since 2014, he covers youth-related news, including education, culture, social issues, politics and economics.
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Temperature checks and social distancing measures await students as the return to school after months of online learning
There have been calls online for protesters to slow down traffic in a non-cooperation movement, and to surround Legco to prevent a second reading of the bill.
Hong Kong Observatory predicts rainy weather for would continue until next Monday.
Legco’s Finance Committee will vote on a HK$5.4 billion rescue package on Friday.
Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam hasn’t ruled out issuing an order to cancel the question, says the government will ‘defend the quality of education’
Students from St Paul’s Convent School and Diocesan Girls’ School talk about how they spread scientific knowledge to their classmates
A survey by Hong Kong Christian Service found that students are worried about catching up on their schoolwork and making up for time lost during lockdown
Modern Education's Daniel Yu expects international trade and monopolies to show up on this year's assessment, as well as questions about the impact of social events.
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Legco members on both sides are unsure whether they will approve the funding.
In an interview with pro-Beijing newspaper ‘Ta Kung Pao’, the city’s chief executive suggested educators are spreading biased misinformation.
The city's leader said the subject was allowing people to spread biased misinformation.
There was at least one standout question that caused some candidates for the science paper to give up.
The masks are environmentally sustainable and can be washed and used 60 times.
Candidates were asked to play the role of a student union leader, rather than touch on social issues.
The compulsory DSE paper was of average difficulty, but students may have struggled to finish all the multiple choice questions in the time.
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The paper matched the difficulty of previous years, but had more approachable topics, like virtual reality and a film synopsis.
Judges for the competition expect candidates to be contributors and role models, with the drive to change their school for the better.
One student says the paper seemed fairly straightforward this year, with no tricks.
Hong Kong government praises student resilience in the face of the coronavirus outbreak.
Researchers warn of huge digital learning divide among students after class suspension
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