Omicron survivors: "keep calm and carry on".
Dream To Be Star
Young Hongkongers set their sights on becoming the city's next idol.
Leading the Way
Guide dogs for the blind are making a comeback in Hong Kong. Two groups are training a new generation of guide-dogs by enlisting the help of "puppy walkers" who help young dogs learn how to socialise with humans and navigate around the city. Varsity finds out what it takes for a puppy to become a guide dog.
Collecting for Posterity
History is not something we only learn about in textbooks. There are many local enthusiasts who study history through collecting various historical tangibles, such as old maps, revenue stamps and photographs. Varsity meets the collectors, restorers and archivists who can help us understand how the past has shaped our city today.
Life Without Vaccine Pass
The unvaccinated have to pay a higher price under tightened pandemic restrictions. Amelie Yeung Reyna...
Female gamers in China look for love in the cyberworld.
The World is your Racetrack
Attracted by routes that take them through city centres and past scenic sights, more and more Hong Kong runners are participating in overseas marathons.
Modern Treasure Hunters
Outdoor treasure-hunting has never been as fun or as hi-tech. Geocaching takes treasure hunters around the world as they search for hidden containers using smartphones and GPS devices.
Boccia – A Game with No Barriers
Boccia is a ball game that can be played by the able-bodied, the disabled and the elderly. It's a paralympic sport in which Hong Kong has an impressive track record. Yet few in Hong Kong have heard of it. Varsity takes a closer look.