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Five top overseas study tours for Chinese parents and children
Overseas study tours are gaining popularity with Chinese parents and their children, offering the chance to spend weeks in a foreign country learning about its culture, people and education...
Google project allows users to experience Hong Kong museums and heritage sites online
Exhibitions from four Hong Kong museums and heritage sites have been digitised by the Google Cultural Institution to be viewed online and through dedicated apps.
‘No guarantee’ ESF fees will remain among lowest of Hong Kong international schools, chairman says
There is no guarantee that English Schools Foundation tuition fees will remain among the lowest charged by Hong Kong’s international schools in the future, the body’s new chairman...
It's time to step out of our comfort zone so Hong Kong can progress, says educator
Veteran educator Eden Woon says we have to overcome our lack of confidence and obsession with politics so that Hong Kong can progress. Q: How should young people in Hong Kong...
Security holes in websites of universities in China put private information of millions at risk
Thousands of high-risk vulnerabilities have been found on the websites of more than 1,000 Chinese universities. According to a report in the Economic Information Daily...
Hong Kong education chief ‘risks eroding HKU autonomy’ in probe of Occupy's Benny Tai
Lawmakers have accused the education minister of eroding the autonomy of the University of Hong Kong after he admitted writing repeatedly to the institution’s governing body...
Mature student reaps handsome dividends with DBA studies
Not many people commit to pursuing a DBA (doctor of business administration) after the age of 50, but for Lewis Rutherfurd there were two compelling reasons.
Backers complain after Kickstarter-funded coffee machine start-up Arist delays delivery
A Hong Kong coffee machine start-up and winner of a government-backed award has come under fire from its crowd funding backers for delays and lack of updates.
As summer nears, Chinese parents rush to book overseas study tours
More than half a million mainland pupils hope to broaden their horizons with academic trips to US, Europe and other countries this year, according to industry estimates. This summer...