Child Sexual Abuse—An Epidemic at Homes

It’s your seventh birthday and all your relatives are sitting around the table. While you enjoy the feast, you make eye contact with one of them who came into your room last night and showed you how to be an “adult”—in all the wrong ways. Eighty per cent of sexual assault perpetrators are someone the…

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Gender Inequality: What’s Next?

SlutWalk (SWHK) protesters in Hong Kong had their annual march in Central to raise awareness towards sexual violence and victim-blaming on 19th November, 2017. Below is a brief introduction of the worldwide SlutWalk movement: Being a part of the international campaign, SWHK fights against rape culture and emphasizes on carrying out universal actions to combat…

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Slutwalk Hong Kong 2017: Marching Towards Consent

Slut. Notice the immediate connotation in your mind when you read this word. A judgment? Promiscuity? Since when did dressing in mini skirts and low-cut shirts mean the sexual assault victim was “asking for it”? These were the questions that the organisers and advocates of the Slutwalk Hong Kong 2017 posed through organising an open…

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Freespace Happening: an overview

Freespace Happening, a free event hosted by the government department West Kowloon Cultural District Authority is an outdoor musical and cultural event open to all. The event features musical performances by local and other big Asian names, DIY workshops, an open-air movie screening and all around relaxing atmosphere – a great weekend getaway. Get a…

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The Stunning view of Victoria Harbour

Have you ever stopped and taken a glance at the shoreline of Hong Kong? The Victoria Harbour is a beautiful gift for Hongkongers. No matter at anytime, the harbour is always shiny and stunning. The day and night glimpse are totally different, but still very impressive.   You can enjoy this gorgeous views from either…

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What was your worst breakup story?

According to a study by researchers from Binghamton University, women handle breakups better than men because women heal while men struggle to make a full recovery. Although women reported higher levels of post relationship grief, men seemed to suppress their pain. “Women are more likely to cry soon after the breakup, and they’re also more…

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