Protesters hold a box to collect Christmas cards for detained and jailed protesters on December 16. Photo: APProtesters hold a box to collect Christmas cards for detained and jailed protesters on December 16. Photo: AP
Protesters hold a box to collect Christmas cards for detained and jailed protesters on December 16. Photo: AP
Alice Wu
Opinion

Opinion

Alice Wu

Hong Kong protesters’ fatalism is taking a toll on our mental health, and the government isn’t helping. It’s up to the rest of us to bring some holiday cheer

  • The combination of protesters content to see everyone go down in flames and a useless government have given us an economy in free fall and a mental health crisis
  • There’s no better time than the holidays to reach out across the divide, especially to those feeling the strain

Protesters hold a box to collect Christmas cards for detained and jailed protesters on December 16. Photo: APProtesters hold a box to collect Christmas cards for detained and jailed protesters on December 16. Photo: AP
Protesters hold a box to collect Christmas cards for detained and jailed protesters on December 16. Photo: AP
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