Shining For My Stars
Mirror fans design products to support their idols.
A good deal : Rice with two dishes
Takeaway shops selling rice with two dishes are thriving amid the pandemic.
Virtual Idols, Real Fans
Virtual idol industry is booming in China, attracting millions of fans who chat and play with their idols onlineBy Ella Lang
Living is not just surviving
Co-living has become a popular topic of discussion. It is a more affordable housing arrangement, and offers a community to be part of. It's also not just for young people. Varsity speaks to the elderly and former drug users to see how co-living has benefited them.
Jeremy Young Chit-on: District Council election is not about politics, but who can serve...
Having grown up in the area, Jeremy Young Chit-on is confident in replacing fellow Liberal Party member Chan Ho-lim as District Councillor of the Peak constituency.
More and more people are forming online groups for the districts where they live, and some of these groups are building connections in the real world with events like street fairs and screenings of a football World Cup qualifier.
We are Family
Some young Hongkongers have drastically different ideas of what a family is, compared to their parents -- from open relationships and having children to treating their friends as family. A Varsity survey finds Hong Kong's political woes have put some youngsters off from having children.
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.
Bricks without Boundaries
Lego has been a popular toy for generations of children. Its manufacturer and fans say the bricks encourage creativity. But more and more Lego products are now theme and even gender specific – some are based on blockbuster entertainment franchises. Does this hinder children’s creativity?