Periscope: Falling sperm counts
1992, a report indicated that the sperm counts of men had dropped
41 percent in the past 50 years. Doctors are trying to explain the
drop and seeking remedies for it.
in all spheres
chemicals in the environment affect sperm counts. Dioxin is one
of human extinction
falling sperm counts, is there a possibility that human beings will
Students doubt calibre of part-time
instructors at universities
professional qualifications of part-time instructors are an issue
among students. These instructors excel in practical skills, but not
The fall in the income ceiling
monthly income limit for Home Ownership Scheme applicants will be
reduced to $25,000 this month. Opinions on this policy are greatly
Winifred Lai: Quest for self-discovery
unconventional Winifred explains that she tries new stuff from time
to time due to her quest for the best and her curiosity. She has undergone
a self-discovery exploration.
Bowie: A tough army jeep
Lam compares himself to an army jeep that can overcome all obstacles.
Tae kwon do
kwon do practitioners compete in the the 11th Inter-Universities and
Colleges Tae Kwon Do Tournament.
Green culture planted in schools
500 schools have become green schools. Students can cultivate land
on school farms. In return, what they receive are satisfaction and
lower production costs and higher quality images, online comics are
expected to be more popular in the near future when broadband services
Puppets — more than toys
is a little known art form. Puppeteers tell of their experiences in
mastering the art and compare Chinese and Western puppets.
Get the clapboard ready
can be directors and cameramen by using Lego sets and their imaginations.
Technology gives new life to cultural
look at the preservation of relics by the Central Conservation Section.