A diver holding a longquan dish, a type of ceramic, that was recovered from a rock crevice. Photo: ISEAS - Yusof Ishak Institute
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Explainer | How does the amazing world of underwater archaeology work?
25 Sep 2022 - 6:00PM

A string of announcements in China has put underwater archaeology into the public consciousness. But how does the field work?

A diver holding a longquan dish, a type of ceramic, that was recovered from a rock crevice. Photo: ISEAS - Yusof Ishak Institute
Explainer | How does the amazing world of underwater archaeology work?

A string of announcements in China has put underwater archaeology into the public consciousness. But how does the field work?

25 Sep 2022 - 6:00PM
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25 Sep 2022 - 9:00AM
A man forgave a teenager for marking his car because she took responsibility for the accident. Photo: SCMP composite
‘No need to pay’: student asked to do homework rather than pay for car scratches

A car owner in China has gone viral after he simply asked a girl to do extra homework to pay for car damage after she admitted she made a mistake.

25 Sep 2022 - 2:00PM
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‘Don’t feel inferior’: PhD student works as delivery driver to support sick son

A man in China received plaudits after he shared his story of working as a food delivery driver to support his sick son while still in his PhD programme.

A man in China received plaudits after he shared his story of working as a food delivery driver to support his sick son while still in his PhD programme.

25 Sep 2022 - 9:00AM
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‘Human printer’ teacher becomes social media sensation for his superb handwriting

A teacher in China has earned the nickname “human printer” for his fantastic calligraphy skills, which he hopes can inspire the next generation.

A teacher in China has earned the nickname “human printer” for his fantastic calligraphy skills, which he hopes can inspire the next generation.

24 Sep 2022 - 6:00PM
24 Sep 2022 - 2:00PM
‘Come back to hang out’: internet helps woman track down 300-year-old homeland
24 Sep 2022 - 11:01AM
4 arms, 4 legs: baby has surgery to remove headless parasitic fetus from body
24 Sep 2022 - 6:00PM
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24 Sep 2022 - 11:01AM
‘BMW since birth’: mother says ‘poor’ teacher who rides bike sets a bad example

A mother in China mocks her son’s teacher for riding a bike as too poor to buy a car and says it will make her son think ‘studying is useless’, and outrages mainland social media.

A mother in China mocks her son’s teacher for riding a bike as too poor to buy a car and says it will make her son think ‘studying is useless’, and outrages mainland social media.

11 Aug 2022 - 2:01AM
‘Gentle butcher’: woman who kills, skins a sheep in 8 minutes becomes online star

A 21-year-old woman who has drawn more than 5 million followers with posts on life in a remote part of China says she never thought about popularity, she wanted to share her life and the beautiful landscape of her home.

A 21-year-old woman who has drawn more than 5 million followers with posts on life in a remote part of China says she never thought about popularity, she wanted to share her life and the beautiful landscape of her home.

4 Sep 2022 - 3:36PM
Horrific video: man allegedly drives over girlfriend repeatedly in shock killing

Violence against women is in the spotlight in China again after a man allegedly ran down and killed his girlfriend in a horrifying attack in the same city where just two months ago a vicious assault on four women caught on video went viral.

Violence against women is in the spotlight in China again after a man allegedly ran down and killed his girlfriend in a horrifying attack in the same city where just two months ago a vicious assault on four women caught on video went viral.

8 Aug 2022 - 10:50AM
My Hong Kong | Something needs to change after closure of Hong Kong’s Tung Po Kitchen

Hong Kong is being stripped of its distinctive culture and character as more iconic local restaurants and dai pai dongs shut down. The government needs to do more to help them.

10 Sep 2022 - 1:50PM
My Hong Kong | Something needs to change after closure of Hong Kong’s Tung Po Kitchen

Hong Kong is being stripped of its distinctive culture and character as more iconic local restaurants and dai pai dongs shut down. The government needs to do more to help them.

10 Sep 2022 - 1:50PM
Opinion | Don’t leave women and girls behind in pandemic recovery
10 Sep 2022 - 9:15AM
My Hong Kong | ‘Selling piglets’ scandal shows how desperate Hong Kong people have become

The ease with which victims of Hong Kong’s human-trafficking scandal – the ‘sold piglets’, a term that dates back to the Qing dynasty – were conned hints at a city in turmoil.

27 Aug 2022 - 9:45AM
Destinations known | China city residents go off-grid with wild camping weekends in outskirts
24 Aug 2022 - 3:12PM
My Hong Kong | Avoid ‘borrowing’ umbrellas, and other Hungry Ghost Festival dos and don’ts

Your Hungry Ghost Festival survival guide: picking up an unclaimed umbrella, standing under a bus shelter at night and tapping someone on the shoulder are among the many things to avoid from now till August 26.

15 Aug 2022 - 4:12PM
My Hong Kong | Old Hong Kong bakeries are dying – go to one while you still can

As we bid farewell to Happy Cake Shop in Wan Chai, remember there are still a good handful of these traditional bakeries around – so patronise them.

30 Jul 2022 - 9:45AM
Opinion | Global heatwaves show the urgency of adapting to the changing climate
20 Jul 2022 - 1:30AM
Robby Cheung (centre), co-owner and manager of Tung Po Kitchen, toasts with customers on the second to last night in business at the restaurant at the Java Road Market and Cooked Food Centre, in North Point, Hong Kong. Photo: Dickson Lee
My Hong Kong | Something needs to change after closure of Hong Kong’s Tung Po Kitchen

Hong Kong is being stripped of its distinctive culture and character as more iconic local restaurants and dai pai dongs shut down. The government needs to do more to help them.

10 Sep 2022 - 1:50PM
Opinion | Don’t leave women and girls behind in pandemic recovery

During the pandemic, many countries have gone backwards on gender parity. Fewer women are regaining employment, and millions of girls may drop out of school. But, as countries rebuild economies, there is no better time to implement inclusive policies, with women’s needs and concerns at the forefront.

During the pandemic, many countries have gone backwards on gender parity. Fewer women are regaining employment, and millions of girls may drop out of school. But, as countries rebuild economies, there is no better time to implement inclusive policies, with women’s needs and concerns at the forefront.

10 Sep 2022 - 9:15AM
Don’t leave women and girls behind in pandemic recovery
My Hong Kong | ‘Selling piglets’ scandal shows how desperate Hong Kong people have become

The ease with which victims of Hong Kong’s human-trafficking scandal – the ‘sold piglets’, a term that dates back to the Qing dynasty – were conned hints at a city in turmoil.

The ease with which victims of Hong Kong’s human-trafficking scandal – the ‘sold piglets’, a term that dates back to the Qing dynasty – were conned hints at a city in turmoil.

27 Aug 2022 - 9:45AM
‘Selling piglets’ scandal shows how desperate Hong Kong people have become

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