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Nine in 10 grads rate their b-school degree a good to outstanding value
June 25, 2015
Early Job Offers for Full-Time Two-Year MBA Grads at Three-Year High
The price of prejudice
May 2, 2016
Syrian refugees, fleeing civil war, have caused uproar on both sides of the Atlantic. Scared of importing terrorists, countries in Europe have closed...
Crisis of care for Hong Kong’s most vulnerable with shelters for abused children full to the brim
May 2, 2016
Youngsters with mental disabilities have nowhere to go, with just 64 spaces in emergency homes and all but one of those occupied. Shelters taking in...
Countering supplier power: Can an employee be too good?
April 28, 2016
Some thoughts on how to guard against supplier power, or the threat posed by suppliers who are sometimes your own employees.
Spanking children doesn’t work and creates problems, 50 years of research shows
April 28, 2016
Studies consistently show that physically disciplining children has unintended negative outcomes, making them aggressive and causing learning...
How the UK’s approach to social problems could help Hong Kong’s entrepreneurs help others
April 28, 2016
Bernard Chan says the introduction of social impact assessments, and new measures to encourage innovation and enterprise, could have significant...
SCAD graduates have the creative skills for a wide range of industries
April 28, 2016
’Our programmes are not about which computer button to push,’’ says Bryan Bentley, animation and visual effects professor from one of the world’s...
Choosing the right curriculum for your university entrance requirements
April 27, 2016
Between the DSE, the IB and A-Levels, it’s hard to know which is best. Young Post approached Arch Education, an educational institute based in Hong...
Explosion in childhood obesity in China ‘worst ever’, expert says of new study findings
April 27, 2016
29-year study finds childhood obesity up 17-fold among boys and 11-fold among girls in rural Shandong; Western lifestyle blamed as doctor calls for ‘...
27 per cent of Hong Kong pupils think of suicide or self-harm, 63 per cent have sleeping disorders: Paediatric Society survey
April 27, 2016
More than a quarter of secondary school pupils had thoughts about taking their own life or self-harming in the past six months. More than a quarter...
Buildings should be sensitive to the environment
April 27, 2016
New architectural projects and revitalised historic areas should both breathe new life into a place, says Benedetta Tagliabue, co-founder and CEO of...