Telling Stories Differently

Journalist-turned stand-up comedian Ng Ting-ting continues to tell stories in her new role and views her life with new perspectives.

Dedicated to Serving the Minorities

Former social worker Rex Yiu, who recognises himself as a sexual minority, talks about his pains and his service in the Hong Kong LGBT community.

Recording Hong Kong Culture

Vivienne Chow, one of the most well-known cultural journalists in Hong Kong, talks about how she records and preserves local culture through journalism.

Going Green

Former advertising professional Jenny Leung Kit-wah devotes herself in voluntary work that helps protect the environment after several brief yet unusual encounters in her life.

Best of Both Worlds

Veteran professional footballer Jacky Pang Kam-chuen began his second career in Chinese medicine and has now become a successful Chinese tie-da practitioner.

Music beyond Boundaries

Local musician Ng Cheuk-yin develops a long-standing passion for music since childhood. Experimenting with different genres, he combines traditional Chinese and Western music, hoping to present a fresh sound to the local music scene.

Back to the Cold Weapon Era

A former fashion designer Jones Chan Kwok-chung’s love affair with Japanese swordsmanship and how he turned his passion for the Japanese fighting technique into his career.

Becoming Angie Cheong

Beauty queen, actress, businesswoman and mother - Angie Cheong Wai-yee has tackled each role in life with relish. Here, she shares the stories of her journey from Ipoh in Malaysia to Hong Kong and Beijing with Varsity.

Nami – The Chameleon Campaigner

Hong Kong-Nepali university student Nami helps foreign domestic workers to fight for their rights. We talk to the multi-tasking organising secretary of the Hong Kong Federation of Asian Domestic Workers Union and aviation student.

Lest We Forget

As the first local director of education of the Hong Kong Holocaust and Tolerance Centre, Simon Li wants to do his part in making sure the darkest chapters of human history are never repeated, and to warn against the "silence of bystanders".