Never Apart: Hongkongers Emigrating With Pets

More and more pets are left behind by emigrating pet owners in Hong Kong because of complicated and costly procedures, some still...

A Rare Disease with No Cure

By Yilie Lo For 44-year-old Alan Ho Chun-lun, simple things in life, such as walking and talking, can...

Cyberbullying takes a teacher’s life

An intrusion to an online teaching platform is considered a new type of cyberbullying and arouses cyber security awareness.

Long Live Live Shows!

People crave for live shows as the pandemic situation eases. By Lilac Ye University student...

Elderly Overwhelmed by E-ordering

Elderly face challenges when ordering food with QR code in dim sum restaurants. By Nicole Li

More Thai students study Law after Social Movement in 2019

More Thai youths study law after the social unrest in the kingdom. By Nutcha Hunsanimitkul Upset...

Mainland Couples: We Don’t Want Children

Young couples in China refuse to give birth to children. By Cynthia Hu Married for...

High Cost of COVID Drug Impacts Mainlanders

By Sean Pan Yan Liu, a housewife from Guangzhou, China, spent RMB ¥8,200 (US $1200) for a packet...

Dying at Home

Some patients opt for palliative treatment and return home during their final stages of life. By Charlotte Wu

Tough Life for Autistic University Students

University students on the spectrum struggle while there is a lack of available support. By Chloe Tam