Demolition of HK’s last textile market

[South China Morning Post] The Sham Shui Po market has been a cradle of fashion talent, and designers hope government will give traders a permanent home when it is bulldozed to make way for public housing.

Terrariums help women regain self-worth

[South China Morning Post] Getting a job with a social enterprise making miniature gardens in a bottle has given housewives renewed confidence and a social network.

Why maths should be fun and creative

[South China Morning Post] Mathematician and educator Solomon Garfunkel believes the subject is not a test of rote learning. Instead instructors should favour originality and creative problem solving.

Integrated medicine: Union is strength

[GenRx Newsletter] Both Western and traditional Chinese medicine have its merits and shortcomings. When used wisely together, an integrated medicine expert reveals that they make a stronger army against their common enemy.

The HKers keeping calligraphy alive

[South China Morning Post] For some, good penmanship speaks volumes about one’s character, while others simply appreciate the beauty of the various scripts.