HK roadkill count launched to reduce wildlife deaths on roads

[South China Morning Post] Photographer sets up Facebook page to document animals killed under the wheels in the hope it will give an idea of the scale of destruction and generate solutions.

Advertisements

Good vibrations

[South China Morning Post] Hongkongers are increasingly turning to an alternative treatment in which vibrations generated by striking gongs, singing bowls, tuning forks and the like relieve aches and pains.

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.

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.

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.