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What’s the difference between SAT and ACT, and which should I take? - World News
What’s the difference between SAT and ACT, and which should I take? 8 days ago
[Sponsored Article] The Scholastic Aptitude Test, generally referred to as the SAT, was redesigned in 2016 and the test has grown to be more similar to the ACT. The SAT is a US-based test administered worldwide and is assessed by the College Board. High
Harrow's strong ethos and clear values -World News
Harrow's strong ethos and clear values 8 days ago
[Sponsored Article] Before it opened in 2012, many wondered if Harrow International School Hong Kong would live up to its billing in providing a first-class education and something more. The School’s Head Ann Haydon is confident that the expectati
A new level of responsibility -World News
A new level of responsibility 8 days ago
[Sponsored Article] Since opening in September 2012, Harrow International School Hong Kong has welcomed both boarders and day pupils and offered classes for children from three- to 18-year-olds. Along with a strong academic programme, the school also lo
Focus on all-round achievements -World News
Focus on all-round achievements 8 days ago
[Sponsored Article] Harrow International School Hong Kong is committed to offering an all-round education, which develops leadership qualities and strong characters, as well as setting high academic standards and offering an extensive selection of extra-
Cathay Pacific not changing routes despite crew’s suspected sighting of North Korean missile test -World News
Cathay Pacific not changing routes despite crew’s suspected sighting of North Korean missile test 8 days ago
The city’s flagship airlines, Cathay Pacific Airways, confirmed that crew on a Hong Kong-bound flight from San Francisco had reported a suspected sighting of the latest North Korean missile test on Wednesday but said it had no plans to alter its rou
Doubts aired over future of Hong Kong’s technology industry amid staff exodus at Science Park -World News
Doubts aired over future of Hong Kong’s technology industry amid staff exodus at Science Park 8 days ago
A chorus of concerns has been voiced over the positioning of Hong Kong’s flagship platform for promoting the technology industry, which under new management has been losing staff and failing to attract tenants, the Post has learned. Fifteen years si
Hong Kong medical watchdog accused of keeping grieving husband in the dark over wife’s death -World News
Hong Kong medical watchdog accused of keeping grieving husband in the dark over wife’s death 8 days ago
The city’s medical watchdog has been accused of withholding vital information from a grieving husband after an investigation into his wife’s death was dismissed. Wong, a 71-year-old former civil servant who wished to be known only by his surna
Hong Kong’s shopping malls expect a warm Christmas with returning tourists and stronger local demand -World News
Hong Kong’s shopping malls expect a warm Christmas with returning tourists and stronger local demand 8 days ago
From adding restaurants, bars and a yoga centre to hosting arts and crafts events, one of Hong Kong Island’s most luxurious shopping malls has gone all out to attract shoppers and grab a share of the recent growth in the city’s retail sector i
Hong Kong Science Park boss accused of interfering in academic freedom of Nobel Prize-affiliated university’s branch in city -World News
Hong Kong Science Park boss accused of interfering in academic freedom of Nobel Prize-affiliated university’s branch in city 8 days ago
Actions by the chairwoman of Hong Kong’s Science Park sparked accusations of interference in the academic freedoms of one of the world’s top medical universities and required the city’s leader to intervene, the Post has recently learned.
Time to renegotiate policy that allows 150 mainland Chinese to settle in Hong Kong every day -World News
Time to renegotiate policy that allows 150 mainland Chinese to settle in Hong Kong every day 9 days ago
Continuing the quota of letting up to 150 mainlanders into post-1997 Hong Kong on one-way permits every day without screening on this side of the border was a decision made on principle, not practicality. That’s according to Zhang Xiaoming, the head
Hong Kong Olympic Committee U-turns on punishing coaches for sex offences -World News
Hong Kong Olympic Committee U-turns on punishing coaches for sex offences 9 days ago
The Sports Federation and ­Olympic Committee of Hong Kong had no power to punish coaches involved in sexual ­misconduct, its vice-president said on Sunday, ­despite an earlier statement that it would impose “appropriate ­punishment&r
Suspect in Hong Kong fire that killed two in makeshift shelter arrested in hospital -World News
Suspect in Hong Kong fire that killed two in makeshift shelter arrested in hospital 9 days ago
Police have arrested a 37-year-old Nepalese man in suspected connection with a murder and arson case in a makeshift shelter in Hong Kong that killed two people. Officers said the suspect used to be a tenant in the makeshift shelter subdivided into eight u
Hong Kong’s largest teacher body claims most instructors still felt pressure to drill for revised controversial exam -World News
Hong Kong’s largest teacher body claims most instructors still felt pressure to drill for revised controversial exam 9 days ago
About two-thirds of Hong Kong teachers said a revamped competence assessment carried out last school year had pressured them to drill pupils despite it being a simpler version, the city’s largest organisation for the profession found. The poll relea
Plover Cove housing proposal would be risk to Hong Kong water security, government source says -World News
Plover Cove housing proposal would be risk to Hong Kong water security, government source says 9 days ago
A proposal to fill in the city’s second largest reservoir to build homes on will prove to be a serious challenge to implement and put Hong Kong’s water security at risk. That is the government’s view on the controversial idea for Plover
Joshua Wong and fellow Occupy activists join protest march before expected jail time -World News
Joshua Wong and fellow Occupy activists join protest march before expected jail time 9 days ago
Convicted Occupy leaders including Joshua Wong took to the streets in Hong Kong to oppose “authoritarian rule” one last time on Sunday, days before they were expected to serve time in jail. Event organisers said 2,000 people joined the march f
Days numbered for filibustering Hong Kong pan-democrats in Legislative Council as pro-Beijing camp set to table 24 proposals -World News
Days numbered for filibustering Hong Kong pan-democrats in Legislative Council as pro-Beijing camp set to table 24 proposals 9 days ago
The days of Hong Kong pan-democrats dragging out legislative meetings are numbered as the pro-Beijing camp is set to move 24 proposals on Wednesday to amend the rulebook to restrict such tactics. The pro-establishment camp expressed confidence it would ga
Link Reit shopping centre sell-off prompts widespread concern from Hong Kong public -World News
Link Reit shopping centre sell-off prompts widespread concern from Hong Kong public 9 days ago
Nine out of 10 Hongkongers surveyed by a concern group that monitors public markets are unhappy about the Link Reit’s planned HK$23 billion sell-off of local shopping centres. The largest real estate investment trust in Asia last week announced the
Hong Kong hotel puts on a festival feast for dozens of disadvantaged children -World News
Hong Kong hotel puts on a festival feast for dozens of disadvantaged children 9 days ago
Some 70 disadvantaged children from charitable group Po Leung Kuk were given a rare Christmas treat last week. They indulged in a Christmas buffet to celebrate the festive season at L’hotel Nina et Convention Centre, with the added bonus of a great
Clear skies forecast for Hong Kong’s supermoon -World News
Clear skies forecast for Hong Kong’s supermoon 9 days ago
Hongkongers hoping to view the “supermoon” on Sunday night will be blessed with clear skies in which to marvel at the celestial spectacle, according to the Observatory. “It will be mainly fine [on Sunday] with few clouds,” said Cho
Hong Kong is hectic, but I’ve found ‘peace in the chaos’, says Portuguese urban artist Vhils -World News
Hong Kong is hectic, but I’ve found ‘peace in the chaos’, says Portuguese urban artist Vhils 9 days ago
The avalanche of stimulation and array of contrasts that Hong Kong throws at city dwellers have become the inspiration for a new exhibition by Portuguese urban artist Vhils. Alexandre Farto – commonly known by his tag name – is currently celeb
How China’s soaring appetite for Malaysian durians is causing a spike in demand in Hong Kong -World News
How China’s soaring appetite for Malaysian durians is causing a spike in demand in Hong Kong 9 days ago
China has a soaring appetite for durians and they are following the scent to Hong Kong, where they can savour a premium variety of the fruit, fresh from Malaysia. The Musang King could soon join the ranks of milk powder and toiletries that mainland Chines
Brexit and Trump ‘make Canada a more attractive prospect for Hong Kong international students’ -World News
Brexit and Trump ‘make Canada a more attractive prospect for Hong Kong international students’ 9 days ago
Canada has become an increasingly popular higher education destination for Hongkongers, the head of the University of Toronto said this week, with his own institution recording a more than 30 per cent increase in students from the city over the last five
Barbies, Minions, Christmas Trees and superheroes battle on the squash courts in Hong Kong’s colourful Wing Ding Tournament for Operation Santa Claus -World News
Barbies, Minions, Christmas Trees and superheroes battle on the squash courts in Hong Kong’s colourful Wing Ding Tournament for Operation Santa Claus 10 days ago
Stay back and stick to the walls or you may be knocked over by players dashing from one squash court to another as the sound of the horn blasts every three minutes to signal a new game. Players battle it out in 11 non-stop matches, each competing for thre
Hong Kong TV producer legend Robert Chua sees multimedia as future of industry -World News
Hong Kong TV producer legend Robert Chua sees multimedia as future of industry 10 days ago
Ask Hongkongers to name just one programme they fondly remember watching on TVB over the last half-century, and chances are high many a local resident will single out a programme from the station’s early golden days, Enjoy Yourself Tonight. Etched i
Formula E rolls onto Hong Kong streets for second time, but crowds less than electric -World News
Formula E rolls onto Hong Kong streets for second time, but crowds less than electric 10 days ago
The Hong Kong leg of the Formula E world championship rolled onto the streets of Central on Saturday morning, but the atmosphere was no match for that seen at similar events in Singapore and Japan, racegoers said, despite 20,000 tickets having been dished