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June 19, 2014
Accounting, hobby, lifestyle has been published with great success under the cooperation from CPA Australia, HKUSPACE and SCMP Education Post. On 17...
Getting the most from career services
March 30, 2015
A couple of weeks ago the Economist Magazine rated the career services offices of some of the world’s top business schools... 
March 30, 2015
Why Chinese parents are sending their children abroad to study at a younger age
March 26, 2015
Parents are turning to overseas kindergartens as well as public and private high schools in search of a broad education for their children. Cen...
ESF schools hit parents with fee rises of up to 8.8pc
March 26, 2015
Foundation defends 'moderate' increases as it faces complaints that it refused to work with families to make bills more affordable. The English...
The introvert's guide to great presenting
March 26, 2015
It is not about becoming someone you’re not, it’s about allowing yourself to become who you are truly capable of being...
DBA takes a rigorous approach to problem-solving
March 25, 2015
Setting the bar high, the stated aim of the DBA (doctor of business administration) programme at City University (CityU) is to help senior executives...
Hong Kong Education Bureau slammed for hiding teachers' status
March 25, 2015
The Ombudsman has criticised the Education Bureau for denying parents the right to check if individual school staff members were actually registered...
When mainland Chinese tourists throw a tantrum
March 25, 2015
From inappropriate etiquette to uncouth behavior, mainland Chinese tourists have gotten a bad rep in recent years, with media reports highlighting a...
Positive Parenting essential for children to build up good digital habits, Hong Kong study finds
March 24, 2015
Children’s “digital habits” – their attitude to technology and its use – depends on good parenting, even more so than schooling, a University of Hong...
HK$200m student loan defaults show system is open to abuse, Hong Kong Ombudsman says
March 24, 2015
The Hong Kong government’s student loan scheme is open to exploitation, the Ombudsman said, highlighting 13,000 default cases recorded over the past...