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Study: kids still dreaming big
MOST primary school pupils vowed to follow their dreams no matter what – although for now they may be happier playing v...
2017.06.01
Family time linked to test grades
STUDENTS who have better academic performance tend to discuss school life with their parents more often than those who h...
2017.02.21
Parents fear child cyberbullying
LOCAL parents are more worried about cyberbullying against their children than seeing them get into a fistfight, a globa...
2017.02.15
Schools hit for ‘inhumane’ acts
TWO schools have triggered controversies because of their policies. In the first case, parents questioned a school for b...
2016.11.16
Practise makes perfect liars
TELLING little fibs can lead to telling bigger and bigger lies. A recent study showed that the more people lie, the bold...
2016.10.27
Hong Kong third in English test
HONG Kong ranked third among Asian countries and regions in IELTS – the International English Language Testing System (...
2016.09.20
Shooting victim becomes doctor
A GUNSHOT victim whose life was saved by Detroit (底特律) doctors has graduated from medical school. He hopes to help ot...
2016.05.27
Study: girls better at tech solutions
A new US study shows that eighth-grade girls are better than boys at thinking through problems and using technology to s...
2016.05.20
What mums want to hear the most
IT is not ‘I love you Mum’ that women like to hear most on Mother’s Day. Instead, ‘take care and have a good rest’ ...
2016.05.10
Study: broken phones HK's biggest fear
HAVING their smartphone broken proved to be highly stressful to local people. It is even more stressful than public spea...
2016.04.25
Young reporter takes flak for grim news
MOST parents do not even want their young children to read violent news. So it is not surprising that people were upset ...
2016.04.11
School kids at new low for happiness
Hong Kong children are less happy than they were a year ago. Those aged eight to nine and over 14 suffered the most, mai...
2016.04.05
Family talk time reduced by smartphones
Mobile phones are destroying relationships, with one in every six people not even talking to family members, a recent su...
2016.01.07
Glued to our gadgets
Smartphones offer users convenience and a world of possibilities that carry a hefty amount of responsibility and require...
2015.03.17
A universal education
Some say going to university is the experience of a lifetime. So what can you expect from life if and when you move up t...
2015.03.03
Take control of your life
As youngsters grow into adults, they are expected to become more mature. But do kids understand what is needed to develo...
2014.11.11
Battles with a teenage daughter
Family relationships can be bumpy – especially when children start to think and act independently. A mother and daughte...
2014.10.28