From the Editor
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A queue of 3,000 children awaiting places in daycare centres suggests that government and private efforts are
insufficient. Meanwhile, experts suggest enhancing neighbourhood networks as the ultimate solution.
Guarantee for Safer Homes?
New security systems installed in public housing estates
How do bike racers feel when motorcycling at speeds of up to 240 km/h?
How dangerous is it? Bike racers share their excitement — and fears — when riding “as fast as the wind”.
Gone with the wind
Remains of the past : Hong Kong evolved from a fishing willage a world-class metropolis, but a part
of old Hong Kong, one of many walled villages, lingers on, a reminder of former times.
Take a look at those interesting faces of waiting...
Purchasing the Degree
Students complain of tuition fee hikes
Is it better to offer physical education courses in a compulsory or on an elective basis at universities?
Tertiary students share their views on different systems under which these courses are offered.
To be a qualified diver is not as difficult as most people think
The flood of Japanese comics directed at youngsters is eliminating the local competition.
Can local writers turn the corner?
Hands behind comics
Voices in the air
Being a DJ — an interesting job title — is a way to become a celebrity. But hold on, friend:
It is not that easy to sit behind a mike. In this piece, disc jockeys think about their jobs.
Doing PR for an artist has its rewards and its drawback.
Healing those sports injuries
Another battle between Chinese and Western medical practice
Magnetic health products have been on the market for a few years.
Yet, not many people question their effectiveness. This piece examines the pros and cons..
Secrets of magnets
"I always think I'm just an ordinary person."
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