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the Education University of Hong Kong in Tai Po on July 6 for two students whose suicides have been linked to the now-withdrawn extradition bill.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 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the Education University of Hong Kong in Tai Po on July 6 for two students whose suicides have been linked to the now-withdrawn extradition bill.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
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the Education University of Hong Kong in Tai Po on July 6 for two students whose suicides have been linked to the now-withdrawn extradition bill.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

Letters | 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 |   Wellness
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the Education University of Hong Kong in Tai Po on July 6 for two students whose suicides have been linked to the now-withdrawn extradition bill.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 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the Education University of Hong Kong in Tai Po on July 6 for two students whose suicides have been linked to the now-withdrawn extradition bill.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
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the Education University of Hong Kong in Tai Po on July 6 for two students whose suicides have been linked to the now-withdrawn extradition bill.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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