Face masks on all pedestrians in Tsim Sha Tsui, usually a bustling shopping and commercial district, as Hong Kong battles a novel coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Felix Wong Face masks on all pedestrians in Tsim Sha Tsui, usually a bustling shopping and commercial district, as Hong Kong battles a novel coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Felix Wong
Face masks on all pedestrians in Tsim Sha Tsui, usually a bustling shopping and commercial district, as Hong Kong battles a novel coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Felix Wong

Letters | Coronavirus or protests, Hong Kong is home: why this expat will stay masked and carry on

  • How we respond to the unprecedented situation determines the shape of our experiences and, ultimately, the potential for resiliency and post-traumatic growth. For me, there is no choice but to stay

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Face masks on all pedestrians in Tsim Sha Tsui, usually a bustling shopping and commercial district, as Hong Kong battles a novel coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Felix Wong Face masks on all pedestrians in Tsim Sha Tsui, usually a bustling shopping and commercial district, as Hong Kong battles a novel coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Felix Wong
Face masks on all pedestrians in Tsim Sha Tsui, usually a bustling shopping and commercial district, as Hong Kong battles a novel coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Felix Wong
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