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2 teaching style; 1 teaching goal
Prof. Chen Tien Chi and Dr. Benjamin Ku explain their teaching methods and goals.
Public examinations face review
Reform is sought by educationalists to change the present exam system.
Evaluation of alternatives to postsecondary education
Participants and the Labour Department review Youth Pre-employment Training.
Foreign politically active gays & local silent gays
Gay men in Hong Kong are different from those in foreign countries.
University students as hospice care volunteers
Visiting dying patients not only breathes life into their hearts, but also promotes personal growth for hospice care volunteers.
COVER STORY: Record-breaker seeking breakthrough
Alex Fong Lik Sun, a young swimmer, reveals his thoughts and plans for the future.
Mental patients on their way home
Recovered mental patients face great pressure when reintegrating into society. Only with acceptance and encouragement from the public and family will they succeed.
Circles in life
Circles are common in everyday life. Yet, people are too busy to notice them.
shows readers many different circles with different functions in daily life.
Non-Means Tested Loan scheme
The government will expand the scope of Non-Means Tested Loan scheme. But students want lower interest rates more than having its scope expanded.
Alternative for local TV stations and audiences
Television stations buy programmes from production houses to cut production costs.
Films from Korea and Thailand grabs the hearts of Hong Kong movie-goers.
CULTURE & LEISURE
The game of mahjong
Playing mahjong is an effective therapy for depression and stroke patients.
Modern street art and educational murals are gaining in popularity in Hong Kong.
Smart buildings create smarter lives
Smart buildings provide many conveniences to residents.
Social Issues: Local gays aren't like those abroad.
People: Olympic swimmer Alex Fong Lik Sun
Channels: Scene from Thai movie
The Iron Ladies