Labour Pains – Editor’s Note

From the era when Hong Kong was a centre of industry and manufacturing to today’s service economy, the plight of Hong Kong’s workers has...

Information to Opinion

Living in a materialistic modern society, we believe our life is constructed by things we can see, hear and touch. Many of us are...

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.

Remaking Our Communities

In this issue of Varsity, we look at different aspects of “community” in Hong Kong. A community can refer to a group of people...

Varsity March 2011 – Editor’s Note

Beyond Education March is the month of exams. Form seven students struggling with the Hong Kong Advanced Level Examination are not alone. Primary six students...

Health Care in Trouble

Hongkongers are lucky to have one of the more equitable public health systems in the world. We enjoy relatively low-cost, high-quality care. Our hospitals...

An Uninhabitable City

In 2012, Hong Kong was ranked the world’s most liveable city according to the Economist’s annual liveability index. By such reckoning, Hong Kong should be...

A Brewing Cultural War

I have lived in Hong Kong since I was born. Throughout this time, I always thought my hometown was really a diverse and intriguing place....

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.

Civic Awakening – Editor’s Note

When police cleared, Causeway Bay, the last of the occupied areas, in December, the 79-day Occupy Movement finally drew to a close. The occupation...