Rising Hope:In the March to a Cure for HIV/AIDS

HKU AIDS Institute Lab. Photo by Jasmine HONG.  “Hope for AIDS,” “a new drug to eliminate HIV” and “a finding worth the Nobel Prize” (see an example here in Chinese), these were titles the media used to flatter BiIA-SG, a new universal antibody drug against HIV viruses invented by the AIDS Institute at the University…

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International Chinese Costume Festival: Beauty VS Identity

“What you wear reflects who you are.” The saying may also apply to a nation, especially to a country like China with such a long history and unique traditional costume culture. At the latest International Chinese Costume Festival, the young and the old, locals and expatriates, all in traditional Chinese costumes, brought a visual feast…

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5 Most Popular Part-time Jobs for Students

As the Chinese New Year holiday approaches its end, have you set your goals for the year of the dog? How about starting a part-time job to earn some extra money? The majority of university students in Hong Kong have tried one or two part-time jobs, which not only can earn them an allowance, but…

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