Vol.2 No.1
18 plus on the move
Prof Lui Tai-lok, HKU. Simpler yesterday, complex today, uncertain tomorrow: the experience of growing up.
18 plus with something to say: 12 youngsters give views on Hong Kong and express their concerns about problems and attitudes.
Prof Lau Siu-kai, Central Policy Unit. On youth activism: positive and negative aspects from government’s point of view.
Rosanna Wong: The involved and evolving generation. Speaking out about ideas and ideals in the public space.
Deepening disquiet: post-80s generation on social issues. Survey reveals that three-quarters feel powerless to affect social policy.
Talking points
Physical health p.24
Prof Albert Lee, CUHK: Keeping well

Mental health p.27
Dr Peter Tsoi: Stress and anxiety

Sexual attitudes p.31
Dr Susan Fan, FPAHK: Dating, sex and having children

Creativity p.35
Alan Lo: Finding your own way

Crime and delinquency p.39
HK Police Force and Dr Dennis Wong, CityU: Crime and the city


Also in this issue

50 years: past and present at HKFYG
Art and culture: events and releases