Wealthy Hong Kong lags behind its Asia-Pacific neighbours in effective mental health integration, ranking seventh among 15 economies, including Singapore, Taiwan and South Korea, in a study by the Economist Intelligence Unit. Photo: Jonathan Wong Wealthy Hong Kong lags behind its Asia-Pacific neighbours in effective mental health integration, ranking seventh among 15 economies, including Singapore, Taiwan and South Korea, in a study by the Economist Intelligence Unit. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Wealthy Hong Kong lags behind its Asia-Pacific neighbours in effective mental health integration, ranking seventh among 15 economies, including Singapore, Taiwan and South Korea, in a study by the Economist Intelligence Unit. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Wellness

For a better approach to mental well-being, Hong Kong society needs to work together

Paul Yip hopes the next chief executive will use innovative methods and community resources to address mental health concerns in a shared society ideal

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Wealthy Hong Kong lags behind its Asia-Pacific neighbours in effective mental health integration, ranking seventh among 15 economies, including Singapore, Taiwan and South Korea, in a study by the Economist Intelligence Unit. Photo: Jonathan Wong Wealthy Hong Kong lags behind its Asia-Pacific neighbours in effective mental health integration, ranking seventh among 15 economies, including Singapore, Taiwan and South Korea, in a study by the Economist Intelligence Unit. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Wealthy Hong Kong lags behind its Asia-Pacific neighbours in effective mental health integration, ranking seventh among 15 economies, including Singapore, Taiwan and South Korea, in a study by the Economist Intelligence Unit. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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