Society & Politics

Society & Politics

War of identity

  • 2013-03-20

Growing social discontent is powering up HongKongers' battle against a Chinese identity

Society & Politics

Upbeat numbers for mainland exchange

  • 2013-03-18

Study tours to motherland with full-blown subsidy schemes have been drawing students like magnet

Society & Politics

SPCA: animals need more than just dogcatchers

  • 2013-03-18

Animal rights group wants law-enforcement powers

Society & Politics

Channel 101: Sex Education

  • 2013-03-18

NOW TV's controversial TV programme highlights the city's slow progress in sex education

Society & Politics

N-nothings: Just better than nothing

  • 2012-11-15

Another round of housing subsidy giveaway is still far from perking up the inadequately housed

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Poor and hungry

  • 2012-11-15

Surging global and local food prices means low-income families are hungrier than ever

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In and out of foster care

  • 2012-10-15

The trauma of being shuffled between their adoptive and birth parents is hard on children who are eventually given up for adoption, say social workers

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War stories no longer told

  • 2012-10-15

Surviving WWII vets who fought against the Japanese say young people are not interested in their heroic acts

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Ethnic minority students face great difficulties to attain further education

  • 2012-08-15

The number of ethnic minority students not able to reach higher education is alarmingly high

Society & Politics

Gaming thearpy

  • 2012-08-15

Stroke is no laughing matter. A condition where a blood clot or ruptured artery interrupts blood flow to the brain, stroke often leads to movement impairment as a result of brain damage. The rehabilitation process of post-stroke patients, however, can be fun with the help of motion-sensing video games.