Pandemic Pushes Chronically ill Patients to Back of Queue

Chronic disease patients in Wuhan faced severe difficulty receiving treatment when the city was sealed off due to the coronavirus epidemic. Volunteers lent them a helping hand.

Classes on Screen

Universities in Hong Kong suspend physical classes amid the COVID-19 outbreak. It is the second time they suspend classes and arrange online teaching within this academic year. University students in Hong Kong share their experience with the e-learning arrangement.

Stay Masked – Editor’s Note

When Hong Kong people join the many anti-extradition bill protests, they wear masks. The habit of wearing masks continues, as Hong...

Aid from all Quarters – Editor’s Note

A generation of young political activists was born in the Umbrella Movement in 2014. The 79-day movement made Hong Kong people...

Border Terrors – Editor’s Note

Seven months after one million people took to the streets of Hong Kong against the now-withdrawn...

Smokes, Screens and Visions – Editor’s Note

Hong Kong has been plagued by ongoing “leaderless and be water” protests as protesters plan every rally with a fluid and...

Love is the Answer

After inquiring about parent chat groups, Varsity reporters change their stereotype. It’s time to reconsider the relationship between children and parents.

Longing for Belonging

Despite cultural differences, Chinese Americans in the United States are trying hard to integrate into the community.

Bon Voyage – Editor’s Note

Crowned as “Pearl of the Orient” and “Asia’s World City”, Hong Kong has been a popular tourist destination. Tourism is a...

Finding the Right Care – Editor’s Note

Hong Kong’s medical system is heavily subsidised by the government. Every resident has the basic right to enjoy quality medical services.