First mainland Chinese student band at HKU

By Fred Lai, Sharon Shi A group of six university students held their own concert in their campus. The band, called 2/F Rooftop Garden, is the first mainland Chinese student band at Hong Kong University, consisting of six members: one vocal, one rhythm guitar and a...

Glacier: a young figure skater

By Lindsy Long In March 2012, 17-year-old Karen Choi Chong-ki passed the Figure Skating Technical Level 4 and became a member of Hong Kong Figure Skating Youth National Team. After five years’ hard working, she eventually achieved the dream of being a professional...

Teenage Hairdresser dreams of her career

By Ann Li, Kary Hsu, Catherine Xu & Sharon Shi Cat Wong Yuen Ting, 17, is not an ordinary teenager. She has already experienced many life stages, she said. Finishing school, finding a life-partner, starting her career and pursuing for her professional goal. Cat is...

A young Cantonese opera singer

By Hilda Lo From a Hobby to a Career : A video about Chinese Opera Lam has a unique hobby. She practiced Cantonese Opera since she was 7. She trains with her teacher every Saturday, who has been her coach ever since she started. “Cantonese Opera is the career that I...

Cosplay: more than a hobby

By Herbert Cheung, Michelle Chan, Sharon Tang, Natalie Wong & Choco Chan Riku Ho, is no ordinary teenager. You might think Ho, who works at Louis Vuitton, is a typical luxury-brand salesman, but then he changes into his cosplay. Cosplay, namely costume play, is  a...

Young Night Drifters

By Jon Chan, Arisa Lai & Rainie Lam Young Night Drifters is a term used by the Hong Kong Government to refer to adolescents who hang around aimlessly on the streets at night. Generally, they have the reputation as uneducated troublemakers not contributing to...