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Agriculture reborn?
Hong Kong is a commercial and financial hub, but no one would call it an agricultural centre. Local agriculture has been...
2015.06.02
The speculation bandwagon
Hong Kong people love speculation. They speculate on everything – from first day covers, concert tickets, brand-name ha...
2015.05.26
Water does not come cheap
The government always urges us to conserve water, even though we do not seem to be running out. We have many reservoirs ...
2015.05.19
Housing – an intractable problem
Hong Kong has many housing problems. Home prices are too high, rents are too expensive, and the wait for public housing ...
2015.05.12
There is no Planet B
The huge scale of the recent climate summit reflects the urgent call to slow down climate change through a global effort...
2015.05.05
Looming crisis for the World’s Factory
China is called the ‘World’s Factory’ because of its robust manufacturing sector. These industries have created many ...
2015.04.28
Information gold mines
Information is power. That is true for your Independent Enquiry Study (IES) and other school projects. Mediocre research...
2015.04.21
Living under a smog blanket
The poor air quality in China is not merely an environmental issue. The fog and smog have brought about health problems ...
2015.04.14
How to ensure food safety?
‘Black-hearted food’ in mainland China has been a worrying issue for many years. But what exactly are the problems and...
2015.03.24
Smart choices?
Aside from their convenience, smartphones offer young people a world of possibilities that carry a hefty amount of respo...
2015.03.17
Mixed feelings for fuel mix
Clean and safe electricity: what is the best way forward? The Student Standard sheds light on the current picture of pow...
2015.03.10
The true university life
Many students consider attending university to be about more than going to classes and passing examinations – there are...
2015.03.03
The never-ending land use conflicts
Land is scarce in Hong Kong and people do not always agree on how it should be used, or whose rights should take precede...
2015.02.10
Harnessing youth power
The youth of Hong Kong captured the world’s attention last year as the driving force behind the recent Occupy Movement ...
2015.02.03
The way forward
Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying has delivered his third policy address, in which housing, population, youth and educatio...
2015.01.27
TV newcomer makes a splash
Hongkongers are starting to lose interest in watching television, because of to declining programme quality and changing...
2015.01.06
Slaves to the screens
People are increasingly embracing digital electronic products as necessities of daily life. But many studies have found ...
2014.12.16
Financial Knowledge pays dividens to society
Knowing how to handle money is an essential skill for young people, and there are plenty of opportunities for banks to t...
2014.12.02
Stemming a deadly tide
The Ebola virus disease strikes fear into people’s hearts, not only because of its high mortality rate, but also becaus...
2014.11.25
A tree of problems
City dwellers love trees, probably because there are so few of them in the ‘jungle’ where they live, which is of the c...
2014.11.18
Battles with a teenage daughter
Family relationships can be strained when children start to think and act independently. Lakshmi and her daughter Shakti...
2014.11.11
Charging for rubbish
Disposing of municipal solid waste (MSW) in Hong Kong is a serious problem. According to statistics, the government esti...
2014.11.04
Directing your own life
Starting this school year, the government will give an annual HK$500,000 grant to each publicly-funded secondary school....
2014.10.28
Police under the microscope
Mass demonstrations on the streets have rocked Hong Kong and raised questions about the impartiality of the police. Was ...
2014.10.21
No smoke without fire
BEIJING police stated that both local actor-singer Jaycee Chan Jo-ming, 31, and Taiwanese movie star Kai Ko, 23, were de...
2014.09.30