One student shares his opinion on homelessness and drug use in the major US city, saying the population should be moved for safety reasons.
In October, our winners shared their opinions on topics ranging from a travel tax on an island in Japan and self-driving vehicles.
It’s easy for discussions about politics, war and ideology to get heated, so one student offers up a few tips for keeping your cool.
The government, schools and parents are responsible for the emotional well-being of the city’s youth, says one student.
From Don Don Donki’s catchy melody to popular K-pop hits and American rock songs, readers discuss the tunes they can’t get enough of.
Each week, we respond to a question from our readers and give advice and resources they can turn to.
Some in Indonesia are boycotting Israeli brands to show support for Palestine, but this could hurt ordinary workers who have nothing to do with the war, one student says.
Students debate whether the government should allocate money and land for a large new area dedicated to higher education.
The 14-year-old student shares what she learned from joining our writing contest.
Rise in student suicides is deeply concerning, and addressing the issue requires help from parents, teachers and the government, one teen writes.
Singer’s highly anticipated re-release broke records on Spotify and prompted a wave of nostalgia for songs like ‘Blank Space’ and ‘Shake It Off’, one student writes.
Students explain the things they just can’t stand that their friends seem to enjoy, from artificial intelligence to durian, the most controversial of fruits.
Each week, we respond to a question from our readers and give advice and resources they can turn to. This week, we help a student who wonders how to ask their family for help.
Promoting paternity leave can promote gender equality, one student writes.
Government’s proposal to give HK$20,000 to couples having children is a temporary solution and doesn’t address rising cost of living, one student writes.
A student from Stanford University in the US shares his internship experience at a start-up in the city.
From giving hugs to asking lots of questions, these are the things our readers don’t want to stop doing
Each week, we respond to a question from our readers and give advice and resources they can turn to. This week, we help a teen who is so envious of another student that they can’t even be friends anymore.
The state of river dolphins is a key indicator of the health of the rivers they inhabit, one student writes.
Each week, two readers debate a hot topic in a showdown that does not necessarily reflect their personal viewpoints. This week, they discuss whether the government’s cash handout for newborn babies will encourage people to have children or expand their families.
Our writing contest starts with 10 students, who are eliminated one at a time based on your votes and YP editors’ picks – who will you choose?
One student details how creative writing lost its joy when he started focusing on winning awards and external validation.
Conflict between Israel and Hamas militants punishes innocent civilians and pushes Palestinians out their homes, one student writes.
Readers share how they discovered mysterious photos, machines and even a dead crab.
Each week, we respond to a question from our readers and give advice and resources they can turn to. This week, we help a student who wants to help their pal, who is so focused on university it impacts their mental and physical well-being.
Welcome to Young Post’s creative writing page, where we feature student work revolving around a selected theme and format.
In September, our winners shared their opinions on topics ranging from the impact of global warming on the city to caffeinated energy drinks and teens.
Each week, two readers debate a hot topic in a showdown that does not necessarily reflect their personal viewpoints. This week, they discuss whether self-driving cars would improve lives for drivers and pedestrians in the city.
New York City mayor Eric Adams recently used AI to make robocalls, sending messages in different languages using his actual voice, raising questions about the use of AI in government.
Contestants share the skills they think are most important for making it in times of trouble, from kindness to navigation and sending distress signals.