What better way to amplify the voices of our city's youth than a podcast featuring Hong Kong students? From personal reflections to opinions on the metaverse, this bite-sized podcast will feature a different student every episode, tackling one topic at a time. With Snack for the Soul, give your eyes a break from the screens for a few minutes, and tune in to hear the stories, reflections and opinions of our hosts.
How a teen tech success inspired one Hong Kong student
Audrey Hom, a Form One student at Logos Academy, shares her thoughts on young entrepreneurship and how she was inspired by the world’s youngest tech titan.
Teen musician raising awareness of mental health with fundraising concerts
Grace Ruoxi Zhong, a Grade 11 student at Thacher School in the US, shares her experiences organising fundraising concerts and developing a social networking app
How bread inspired one young Hongkonger to serve and be socially aware
Valerie Shek, a student at the Independent Schools Foundation Academy, shares how a bread run inspired her to one day start her own community initiative
Inspiring Hong Kong youth to serve society’s most vulnerable with empathy
Clarisse Poon, a student at St Paul’s Co-educational College, shares how the pandemic opened her eyes to the plight of the needy in society
How masks affect social anxiety from covering emotions to hiding flaws
Sheryl Law, a Primary Six pupil at Holy Angels Canossian School, delves into research about how face coverings during the pandemic have changed how we socialise, especially for young children.
Fear of failure: how self-esteem and anxiety affect our studies
Last year, Rhea Saxena was facing her GCSE exams, unsure if she could pass. The King George V School student shares what she did to relieve stress and develop a healthier mindset on the uncertainty of the future.