Young Post kicks off summer edition, with lighter content to keep you entertained
- Since our revamp last September, we’ve brought you stories about Hongkongers making waves, such as Tyson Yoshi and Trial and Error
- We’ll produce special summer issues, available as an e-newspaper for the next two months and return to our full glory just in time for the new school term
What a year it’s been! As this is the last issue for the school term, we at Young Post would like to take the opportunity to thank you students and teachers for all the support and submissions you’ve contributed to us.
Since our revamp last September, we have lined up interviews with popular singers, interesting personalities and thought-provoking change-makers such as singer Jace Chan, Tyson Yoshi and artists from Trial and Error. It motivates us to see our readers getting excited to see their idols in the paper and reading about them.
We hope to continue connecting with you by providing more trendy and timely content while still promoting a love for the English language.
We know this year has not been easy. With the ongoing pandemic restrictions, online classes and even an early “summer holiday”, we want to applaud you for your resilience, patience, and for writing to us.
We’ve celebrated top-notch student submissions with our Best of the Month awards and hope to receive more letters, debates, and other forms of creative writing from our readers.
Even though it’s the last issue of the term, it’s not goodbye for us. Starting next week we will produce special summer issues, available as an e-newspaper, for two months, complete with lighter content to keep you company throughout the summer.
We wish you all the best for the summer and we look forward to welcoming you back in September, when the new school year begins. And who knows? Maybe there will be some surprises waiting for you in Young Post.