A mother hugs her son goodbye on the first day back to school after four-month coronavirus closures, in Tai Kok Tsui on May 20. Photo: Nora Tam A mother hugs her son goodbye on the first day back to school after four-month coronavirus closures, in Tai Kok Tsui on May 20. Photo: Nora Tam
A mother hugs her son goodbye on the first day back to school after four-month coronavirus closures, in Tai Kok Tsui on May 20. Photo: Nora Tam

Letters | As Hong Kong protests and pandemic add to the mental burden for youth, parents are the first line of defence

  • Journeying to adulthood is challenging in itself, more so for those youngsters who now have the added challenge of navigating political unrest and a global pandemic. They must feel they can turn to the adults for a listening ear and role models on how to best express and manage emotions

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
A mother hugs her son goodbye on the first day back to school after four-month coronavirus closures, in Tai Kok Tsui on May 20. Photo: Nora Tam A mother hugs her son goodbye on the first day back to school after four-month coronavirus closures, in Tai Kok Tsui on May 20. Photo: Nora Tam
A mother hugs her son goodbye on the first day back to school after four-month coronavirus closures, in Tai Kok Tsui on May 20. Photo: Nora Tam
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