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Suicide Prevention by Dogs
04:04
Elderly for Elderly
03:24
Breaking into the Game
04:38
To Stay or Not to Stay
03:18
Students Go, students come
04:10
Sketching the History of Hong Kong
05:01
Tsiu Keng Agricultural Park Development
04:36
Tiny but Tricky Pets
03:58
Saving Shanghainese
04:44
Made in Hong Kong
03:14
The Myth of Plant-based Meat
04:46
Touring in Hong Kong
03:59
Love Across Barriers
03:45
Burning the Midnight Oil
04:11
Fitness Revolution
05:15
Art in Frames
04:49
Uniform Across the Strait
05:37
Tie Dye on the Rise
03:35
Blessing the Jobless
03:52
Gloomy Elderly in the Pandemic
04:39
Flu Vaccine Shortage in China
03:05
Never too Old to Use E-payment
04:29
Chinese Clothing Manufacturers' Plight: to pause or to resume?
03:10
Music-making
04:31
The first anniversary of Taiwan's same-sex marriage law
06:30
Preparing for Gaokao Amid the COVID-19 Outbreak
03:52
Summer Journeys are Gone?
04:24
Revitalising Small Businesses in South Korea
05:09
DSE under Pandemic
04:32
Safeguard Hong Kong Cleaners
05:26
Pepe the Frog, more than a frog
04:11
Do Good; Save Food
05:01
Gear up for STEM
04:49
Where Dreamers Shine
04:45
Struggling Food Trucks
04:27
Life as a Jenga
04:01
A New Page of Bookstores
04:49
Havens for the Strays
05:51
Nowhere to Skate
05:01
Bridge the Bond
06:24
Battle against Plastic
05:37
Gas Chamber
05:23
Nurture in Nature
05:53
Life after Organ Donation
04:41
Digital Divide
04:13
Closing the Gap
02:46
Calling for More Tree Surgeons
04:57
Dining with Barriers
04:36
The Furry Therapists
05:23
Eat with Caution
05:56
Senior Co-living
04:06
Trash or Treasure?
05:39
Co-living: drug-free for a life
03:33
Too Bright at Night
04:29
Telling Hong Kong's Story
04:54
RuthBenny
02:02
Humanoid Robots – The New Servants in Our Modern Life
04:23
Other Ways to Learn
05:58
Busking with or without limit?
05:49
Bridging the Generation Gap
05:12
Eye health of the iGeneration
05:09

Periscope

What to Buy in Hong Kong?

Tourists do not find old fashioned Hong Kong souvenirs in Temple Street appealing. By Alexia Leung Taking advantage of his own textile business, Keith Mok is making Hong Kong souvenirs such as coin bags, backpacks...

What to Buy in Hong Kong?

Tourists do not find old fashioned Hong Kong souvenirs in Temple Street appealing. By Alexia Leung Taking advantage of his own textile business, Keith Mok...

Shenzhen: Student Hotspot for Cheap Thrills

Students in Hong Kong spend money in Shenzhen for cheaper prices and more diverse.

Tripping North: Shopping in Shenzhen for Cheap Grocery

Hongkongers flock to Shenzhen’s giant supermarket for cheap grocery.

Our Community

One Week Couple: Innovative Dating Program for University Students

University students in Hong Kong seek love by participating in the One Week Couple program

Shadow Puppetry Shines in Fashion Fusion

Discover the marriage of shadow puppetry and style, as ancient art gets a modern makeover. By Zora Yan

Short End of the Hockey Stick

A policy change complicates ethnic minorities, long part of Hong Kong's hockey culture, playing for the Hong Kong team.

Consulate General of Vietnam: More Vietnamese will come to Hong Kong...

Universities in Hong Kong are offering more scholarships for Vietnamese students.

Cultural Heritage Sites under attack in Ukraine

By Charley Ho, Daniel Paek and Roy Ng “If Russia stops fighting, there will be no war. If...

Fighting Anorexia Through Art

Teens overcome anorexia by having art classes By Cathleena Zhu Zhang Ranze suffered from anorexia...

People

Lifestyle

Date Virtual Boyfriend in Real Life

Mainland Chinese girls pay to date other girls dressed up like virtual boyfriends in mobile games. By Cynthia Hu

Culture of Maid Cafés in Hong Kong

Maid cafes are not just gathering spots for otaku, but also places where people seek comfort and relaxation. By...

Paint My City

Hong Kong artists use their brushes to record the city.

Knitting With Youngsters

Youngsters enjoy knitting in the UK while the culture is fading in Hong Kong.

Photo feature

The White Wave in Taiwan

Taiwanese believe Taiwan People's Party (TPP) is the island's way-out of then Blue and Green. By Mike Chu University student Huang Bo-lin is a supporter of Taiwan People’s Party presidential candidate Ko Wen-je. “I support him because of all the work he has done as the mayor...

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