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...

Varsity March 2012 – Editor’s Note

Mind Your Language Since the handover, Hong Kong has been pursuing a policy of bi-literacy and tri-lingualism, which stressesthe equal importance of Cantonese, English and...

Varsity December 2011 – Editor’s Note

Bygones are not bygones Be it universal suffrage or the minimum wage, Hong Kongers hotly debate the big issues every day. We show our interest in...

Varsity November 2011 – Editor’s Note

Orientation or Disorientation? Orientation camps, or o’camps in Hong Kong’s universities are much more than orientation programmes. Over the years, they have become almost like...

Varsity April 2011 – Editor’s Note

Hong Kong Mosaic At some point in life, most people will ask the question, “Who am I?” Ethnicity may play a part, the place they...

Varsity December 2010 – Editor’s Note

The Best of Times, the Worst of Times In 2010, Hong Kong rebounded strongly from the financial tsunami - the Hang Seng Index stayed above...

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...