Members of the community attend a memorial service at the Education University in Tai Po in July for two students from the school who lost their lives. A recent report on youth who sought help on problems amid the continuing protests in Hong Kong found that as many as half of them displayed signs of depression. Photo: Edmond So
Paul Yip
Opinion

Opinion

Paul Yip

World Suicide Prevention Day is a good time for Hong Kong to come together and move past its protest-filled summer

  • The World Health Organisation identifies suicide as a serious global health challenge whose signs must be recognised
  • And for Hong Kong, recent deaths that have been blamed on the local crisis show the need for reconciliation

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Members of the community attend a memorial service at the Education University in Tai Po in July for two students from the school who lost their lives. A recent report on youth who sought help on problems amid the continuing protests in Hong Kong found that as many as half of them displayed signs of depression. Photo: Edmond So
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