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Hands Across The Strait

Young activists, with some facing criminal charges, fled to Taiwan to receive temporary residency and mental care from local non-government organizations.

Hands Across The Strait

Young activists, with some facing criminal charges, fled to Taiwan to receive temporary residency and mental care from local non-government organizations.

Support Sent from the ’80s

The anti-ELAB movement reminds Koreans of the 1980 Gwangju Uprising. Korean students and witnesses of the Gwangju Uprising share their story of freedom fight and their sympathy for the movement in Hong Kong.

Helping Hands

Hong Kong volunteers offer helping hands on the basic needs of frontline protesters and secondary school students who actively participated in the social movement.

Our Community

Sign of the Time

Culture conservation groups are working hard to preserve neon signs, which has once been a unique icon of Hong Kong and a major attraction for tourists.

Adopt, Don’t Buy

Pet lovers are encouraged to adopt animals instead of purchasing them. Animal rights concern groups urge the government to put more effort in promoting pet adoption culture,

Yuen Long Has Its Silver Lining

The pro-democratic camp swept through the District Council election 2019 and brings a shift in political power. Varsity looks at how things are changing in Yuen Long District, where the 7.21 incident happened.

Earning A Living In Fear

Domestic helpers stay in Hong Kong to make a living despite fears over the social unrest and the coronavirus outbreak. Varsity explores the concerns of these foreign workers.

When Life comes to an End

Patients in their last stage of life can choose the end-of-life treatment they receive by signing an advance directive, but medical workers, paramedics and their family members have little knowledge about the directive.

Toddler Stress Woes

Children as young as toddlers are now dealing with stress from parental expectations and kindergarten hunting.

People

Lifestyle

Live the Life You Want

Three interviewees share why they value quality lifestyle over material success and social status.

Love Shaped by Colours

Ongoing protests affect dating lives as different political views cause conflicts between lovers.

A Cinema in Every Neighbourhood

Watching movies is no longer confined to cinemas. Public screenings have now penetrated the city and drawn community members together.

Shopping Politically

The protest against Anti-ELAB are escalated from the street to the market, altering consumer behaviour. Varsity talks to one of the “ethical business” shop owners, online shop boycott campaigner and two ordinary consumers to know more about the development and impact of the movement.

Photo feature

Turn the Clock Back

A Taiwanese restaurant inside an industrial building is full of nostalgic sense with popular movie posters, old school furnitures and classic Japanese comics.

Specials