A vandalised light at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University campus, the venue of a bitter stand-off between protesters and police officers in November last year. Politicians constantly speak of the need for Hong Kong to heal, but little is being done to address the problems. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
Brian YS Wong
Opinion

Opinion

Brian YS Wong

Hong Kong must heal what the protest crisis has torn apart, not just relationships but also our minds

  • Hong Kong’s overstretched public health system is being put to the test by a growing number of people showing signs of post-traumatic stress disorder
  • More resources, creative ideas and a willingness to respect differences are needed to overcome this mental health crisis

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A vandalised light at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University campus, the venue of a bitter stand-off between protesters and police officers in November last year. Politicians constantly speak of the need for Hong Kong to heal, but little is being done to address the problems. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
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Brian YS Wong

Brian YS Wong

Brian Wong is an MPhil (political theory) candidate at Wolfson College, Oxford, current Rhodes Scholar-elect for Hong Kong in 2020, and the editor-in-chief of the Oxford Political Review.