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November 18, 2019, SCMP ED Talks - Our HS Principal Dr David Lovelin talks to SCMP reporter Ben Young on whether or not boarding school is the best decision for your teenager? See his video interview here 

October / November 2019,  Dr David Lovelin (High School Principal) talks to The Standard about High School Education at Hong Kong International School, The Standard - Quality School Guide, p. 30

September, 2019, Dr Ron Roukema (Interim Head of School) speaks to SCMP on Myth Busting, Good Schools Guide - International Schools, Douglas Parkes, p. 88

June 9, 2019 – Teen gymnast Aru Inukai is ready to fight for Hong Kong on the world stage - Kelly Ho reporter at SCMP Young Post 

May 19, 2019, Hong Kong International School swimmers talk about Olympic aspirations, losing sleep, and staring at the bottom of a pool. - Junior reporter Natasha Ho at SCMP Young Post.

April 7, 2019,  Veronica Lin reporter at SCMP Young Post caught up with Sidney Chu the former Hong Kong International School (HKIS) student to talk about his Olympic ambitions, and how skating has helped him become a better student.

March 14, 2019: CNN #MyFreedomDay:

Oct 1, 2018, HKIS football prodigy Gil Yehudayan plays like Neymar; just without the theatrical divingYoung Post, Ben Young

August 24, 2018 Hybrid approach goes beyond IB and A-Levels, South China Morning Post, John Cremer

July 22, 2018, How one HKIS student's project helps reduce plastic pollution in Hong Kong, Young Post, Ben Young 

June 17, 2018, A day of difference, Young Post, Claire Fu (HKIS student)

May 2018, Excelling in education that benefits students for life, Quality Schools Guide, p. 16, Bryan Wong

20 May 2018, Hong Kong International School student Samy Morton is making a splash in swimming and rowing, and explains how she does it all, Young Post, Ben Young

25 Mar. 2018, March For Our Lives comes to Hong Kong as local students stand in solidarity with Parkland school shooting survivorsYoung Post, Karly Cox

25 Mar. 2018, Hong Kong swimming champion Ivy Richter won’t let injuries keep her down, Young Post, Ben Young 

25 Mar. 2018, CNN’s #MyFreedomDay teams up with Hong Kong International School to raise awareness about modern slaveryYoung Post, Kha-Nhi Nguyen and Grace Giddings (HKIS Students)

23 Mar. 2018, Mobile policy: schools discuss how to protect students from online hazardsSouth China Morning Post, Chris Davis

21 Mar. 2018, How Asia's best schools train their teachers, The Educator, Brett Henebery

21 Mar. 2018, Hong Kong school bands nurture future leaders with life lessons onstageSouth China Morning Post, John Cremer

14 Mar. 2018, "The right to speak up", CNN My Freedom Day live from HKIS, Anna Coren

13 Mar. 2018. "To express our own identity", CNN My Freedom Day blog (scroll down) (or click here to view featured video)

4 Mar. 2018, Top Hong Kong teen goalkeeper Mahir Sadhwani keeps shots out but goes all in on studyingYoung Post, Ben Young

28 Feb. 2018, Creating a "Dynamic Learning-based Culture"The Educator, Brett Henebery

12 Feb. 2018, HKIS Kindness Week: Look around you, Two Presents Blog

2 Feb. 2018, How to help your children fall in love with booksSouth China Morning Post, Sophia Lam

Nov. 2017, (Subscription Required) Chemical Reaction Vehicles: A STEM project takes off in fifth-grade classrooms, Science & Children, Wendy Smith and Jesse Meyer

6 Oct. 2017, Playing a part: new campus geared to early childhood, South China Morning Post, Sophia Lam

14 Dec. 2016, Winning more than points, South China Morning Post, Serena Tam and Leonard So

9 Sep. 2016, Bringing the Maker Movement to School, National Science Teachers Association (peer reviewed), Wendy Smith and Brian C. Smith (HKIS Teachers)

4 Sep. 2016,  Meet 16-year-old Brittany Ng of HKIS - Hong Kong’s coolest ice hockey playerYoung Post, Aditya Venkataramani

3 June 2016, Teenager to go without food, water or sleep for 36 hours outside Hong Kong mall to promote veganism, South China Morning Post, Rachel Blundy

12 Apr. 2016, Why US universities are changing what they look for in students, and how Asians are affected, South China Morning Post, Vivian Chui

7 Apr. 2016, Why are university textbooks so expensive, Young Post, Yashvardhan Bardoloi (HKIS student)

1 Apr. 2016, Play helps children build skills and tools to learn, Education Post, Ronald Roukema (HKIS Provost)

18 Jan. 2016, Speed dating for teachers: tips for international school job fairs, The Telegraph (London), Mary McCarney

15 Dec. 2015, Meet Hong Kong teenagers who set up a business consultancy in high school, South China Morning Post, Mark Sharp

11 Dec. 2015, Hong Kong International School crowned Inter-School Football Competition champion, Young Post, Ben Pang

6 Dec. 2015, How I survived the Khmer Rouge: Cambodian activist Loung Ung, Post Magazine, Dickson Lee

3 Dec. 2015, It's double dunk delight for Singapore American School , Young Post, Ariel Contant

20 Nov. 2015, HKIS students take on the Young Life camping program to give back and grow, Young Post, Varshika Kanthadai (HKIS Student)

3 Nov. 2015, Let children play musical instruments, their way, South China Morning Post, Gweneth Rehnborg

1 Nov. 2015, Hong Kong International School student Sabrina Woll takes her tennis game global, The Young Post, Ariel Conant

22 Oct. 2015, Hong Kong International School student takes being a team player to a whole new level, The Young Post, Ariel Conant

18 Oct. 2015, Life on HK$4 a day an eye-opener for Hong Kong students in Philippines, South China Morning Post, Kate Whitehead

13 Oct. 2015, Can Kids4Kids and a HK$3000 grant fix Hong Kong's social issues?, The Young Post, Jimin Kang

29 Sep. 2015, A Lasting Mission of Mentorship, The Standard, Caleb Ho

24 Sep. 2015, Hong Kong and mainland students battle it out at the China Cup, Young Post, Ariel Conant

16 Sep. 2015, Save the elephant campaigns by two Hong Kong teenagers draw praise from Chelsea Clinton in new book, Young Post, Danny Lee

15 Sep. 2015, Camden "Cricket" Richter is a triple threat in the international triathlon circuit, Young Post, Ben Pang

July 2015, Hong Kong International School and Alan Runge , ExpatParent , Evie Burrows-Taylor

28 Jul. 2015, Why we should be encouraging everyone to read for pleasure, South China Morning Post, Gweneth Rehnborg

23 Jul. 2015, Hong Kong mathletes win big at the 2015 International Mathematical Olympiad, Young Post, Daniel Hurworth (HKIS student)

July 2015, Summertime, and the living is easy, Playtimes, Angela Baura

14 May 2015, Glamorous charity work from students at Hong Kong International School, Young Post, Rachel Chiu (HKIS student)

27 Mar. 2015, US Eagles prepare for Sevens at Hong Kong International School, Young Post, Sophia Brown and Amanda Liang (HKIS students)

12 Mar. 2015, Project Gender Bender questions the roles of men and women in modern society, South China Morning Post, Lucy Christie

5 Mar. 2015, Second world war veteran tells local students it's time to make history, Young Post, Elisabeth Slighton & Sophia Brown (HKIS students)

14 Feb. 2015, Love of speed hones Sidney Chu's Olympic dreams, South China Morning Post, Kevin Kung

27 Jan. 2015, How authors can make books come alive for Hong Kong readers young and old, South China Morning Post, Gwen Rehnborg

19 Jan 2015, Teach your way around the world,The Telegraph, Mary MacCarney

31 Dec 2014, Young Post salutes the Top Teens of 2014, Young Post, Heidi Yeung

29 Dec 2014, Young readers benefit from a curated selection of books, South China Morning Post, Gwen Rehnborg

11 Dec 2014, A kind of obsession, Young Post, Ariel Conant

2 Dec 2014, Left to their own devices, South China Morning Post, Kate Whitehead

Dec 2014, Speak Up, Playtimes, Angela Baura

Dec 2014, Growing singers through feedback that feeds, Music Edventures, Danielle Solan (HKIS faculty)

10 Nov 2013, Hong Kong International School removes ivory after pupil's complaint, South China Morning Post, Danny Lee


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