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Event recap: The Hong Kong Direct Subsidy Scheme School Expo
November 23, 2016
The Hong Kong Direct Subsidy School Expo (HKDSSSC), which took place on November 19th at The Cordis Hotel, was the biggest gathering of Hong Kong’s...
Project Innovate enables future-ready learning at CDNIS
September 21, 2017
Students at Canadian International School of Hong Kong (CDNIS) may have noticed a few subtle changes since heading back to class in August.
A new global village for USC’s Trojans
September 21, 2017
A new 15-acre residential village at the University of Southern California fosters ties with the local Los Angeles community and with students from...
International ballet stars to lead Stamford’s new co-curricular activity
September 18, 2017
The grace and athleticism of ballet dancers is admired the world over, and the joy this art form brings, along with the level of discipline it...
Not Just Sports: the benefits of fencing for youngsters
September 18, 2017
When Stamford American School Hong Kong officially opens next month, besides setting high academic standards, it will also offer a diverse variety of...
Why robots may not replace humans after all
September 18, 2017
Economist John Maynard Keynes conjectured in 1930 that all human workers would be replaced by machines, leading to “technological unemployment.” This...
Drive begins to cut salt in Hong Kong pupils’ lunches by half in a decade
September 15, 2017
Health officials start with 13 suppliers serving 76 per cent of local primary schools. Health authorities have launched a voluntary drive to reduce...
Troubled Hong Kong ‘phantom pupils’ school sees 24 per cent drop in Primary One enrolment
September 15, 2017
Only 85 children, down from the 112 seats allocated before roster scandal. A troubled Hong Kong school that grabbed headlines for exaggerating its...
[Event] CEIBS Europe Forum - Munich
September 14, 2017
Chairman of the SINO-CEE Fund Jiang Jianqing outlined new financing models available within the context of the ambitious China-led Belt & Road...
A much harder HKDSE chemistry exam this year than in previous years
September 14, 2017
This year’s DSE chemistry exam was much harder than last year’s, with new question types and a difficult Paper Two to tackle
HKDSE liberal studies exam brings a few surprises for Hong Kong students
September 13, 2017
The liberal studies DSE was neither easy not difficult this year. None of the questions asked about a particular political event despite many...