A memorial service at the Education University of Hong Kong in Tai Po on July 6 for two students whose suicides have been linked to the now-withdrawn extradition bill. Photo: Edmond So

How Hong Kong can mentally survive the protests: limit social media use, keep an open mind, know when to turn off the news

  • Most Hongkongers have no control over the street violence, but we all can be responsible for our mental well-being
  • This means learning to disagree constructively, limit media intake and sometimes tune out completely
Topic |   Health and wellness

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A memorial service at the Education University of Hong Kong in Tai Po on July 6 for two students whose suicides have been linked to the now-withdrawn extradition bill. Photo: Edmond So
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A young protester is held down by a police officer in Wong Tai Sin following scuffles during a mass rally on October 1. Photo: James Wendlinger
Paul Yip
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Opinion

Paul Yip

Hong Kong’s spiral of violence needs to end, for the sake of our young people and our future

  • The two police shootings of teenagers are a wake-up call to stop the violence and protect our young people. Hong Kong has changed irrevocably. The government needs to respond to demands and make fundamental changes or the violence will linger for a long time

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A young protester is held down by a police officer in Wong Tai Sin following scuffles during a mass rally on October 1. Photo: James Wendlinger
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