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How Green Roofs Can Encourage a Green City Revolution

  • The Young Reporter
  • By: KURNIAWAN Trista Vania、AO Wei Ying VinciEdited by: Elif Lale AYHAN、Yee Ling TSANG
  • 2024-05-12

As Brisbane aims to become a greener city, the trend of green roofs is gaining momentum. While green roofs offer benefits, they also present challenges that cities must address before implementing new policies. Green roofs are also just one piece of the puzzle. Rather than relying on green roofs as one solution, cities like Hong Kong should view them as catalysts for inspiring more initiatives that pave the way towards a greener future.


Dyeing for Sustainability: Reviving natural indigo for eco-friendly textiles | Global News Relay

Environmentally-conscious artists and experts in the textile industry want to go back to the basics by promoting the use of natural indigo.


Hong Kong kickstarts monthly pyrotechnics on Labour Day

  • The Young Reporter
  • By: AU YEUNG Jim、AO Wei Ying VinciEdited by: Jemima Badajos
  • 2024-05-07

A 10-minute pyrotechnic display lit up the sky of Victoria Harbour on Labour Day. It is the first instalment of the government’s plan to hold pyrotechnics and drone displays every month to better utilise harbourfront resources, boost tourism and stimulate consumption, as explained in this year’s budget address.


Rep Your Style: The Enduring Allure of Vintage Fashion

  • The Young Reporter
  • By: Jemima Badajos、Sze Kei WONG、Ka Man WongEdited by: Jenny Lam
  • 2024-04-29

Originating from Japan, the ‘vintage clothing’ concept first made its way to Hong Kong around the 1990s and stayed trendy to this day, continuing to be an outlet for the city’s youth to discover different fashion styles and wear their hearts on their sleeves.


Hong Kong beekeepers find ways to battle extreme weather

The mean temperature of Hong Kong has increased nearly 2 degrees Celsius within 10 years.  Given extreme temperatures and frequent typhoons, it is always challenging to nurture bee colonies in Hong Kong.  Still, local beekeepers are determined in continuing what they love and are able to find ways battling against the unpredictable weather.

Hong Kong's unique herbal tea store is facing a crisis

  • 2024-04-16
  • By: LI Sin Tung、CHEN Yik NamEdited by: Yau To LUM、Sze Kei WONG
  • 2024-04-16

Rorippa Indica Tea is a traditional herbal tea in Hong Kong. “Sam Bat Mai”, a herbal tea store in the centre of Wan Chai that only sells Rorippa Indica tea. It is an exclusive shop without other kinds of herbal tea like five-flower tea (Ng Faa Caa) or “Twenty-four Flavours”(Jaa Sei Mei). This video is going to introduce what Rorippa Indica tea is and what challenges will “Sam Bat Mai” face in the future.


Doctors Without Borders raises awareness on plight in Sudan

  • The Young Reporter
  • By: AO Wei Ying Vinci、ZHANG YipingEdited by: Yee Ling TSANG、Yi Yin CHOW
  • 2024-03-26

The Hong Kong chapter of Doctors Without Borders organised its first fundraising running race since 2002 at Plover Cove Reservoir’s main dam on March 17th The choice of the location aims to raise awareness of humanitarian aid and hardships in Southern Sudan.  


Food and beverage stalls return to Hong Kong Flower Show 2024 after the pandemic

Hong Kong  Flower Show 2024, one of the biggest annual flower events in the city, has returned with full features after the pandemic of COVID-19. This year’s theme is Fairy Tales and it showcases a variety of flower exhibits from horticultural organizations from around the world.    


The Hong Kong Rugby Sevens 2023

  • By: Tsz Yau CHAN、Yau To LUMEdited by: Tsz In Warren LEUNG、Ka Ki FUNG
  • 2023-03-06

The Hong Kong Rugby Sevens will be held in the Hong Kong Stadium from 31st of March to 2rd of April. This year is the first tournament after all COVID restrictions have been scrapped. The Hong Kong rugby team is looking forward to seeing rugby fans’ faces and making a comeback to their home field.


Vegetarian Food Asia 2023

  • By: Yee Ling TSANG、Wai Sum CHEUNGEdited by: Yu Yin WONG
  • 2023-02-20

The three-day Vegetarian Food Asia 2023 runs on its biggest scale with more than 300 exhibit booths at the Hong Kong Exhibition and Convention Centre. The event resumes food sampling for the first time since the pandemic.