Guan Weili, chairman of Wenzhou Kangning Hospital, says demand for mental health care services exceeds supply as there has been a major shift in the way Chinese people think about mental health. Photo: Bruce Yan Guan Weili, chairman of Wenzhou Kangning Hospital, says demand for mental health care services exceeds supply as there has been a major shift in the way Chinese people think about mental health. Photo: Bruce Yan
Guan Weili, chairman of Wenzhou Kangning Hospital, says demand for mental health care services exceeds supply as there has been a major shift in the way Chinese people think about mental health. Photo: Bruce Yan

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Guan Weili, chairman of Wenzhou Kangning Hospital, says demand for mental health care services exceeds supply as there has been a major shift in the way Chinese people think about mental health. Photo: Bruce Yan Guan Weili, chairman of Wenzhou Kangning Hospital, says demand for mental health care services exceeds supply as there has been a major shift in the way Chinese people think about mental health. Photo: Bruce Yan
Guan Weili, chairman of Wenzhou Kangning Hospital, says demand for mental health care services exceeds supply as there has been a major shift in the way Chinese people think about mental health. Photo: Bruce Yan
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