A man uses his phone on a street in Causeway Bay, Hong Kong. Photo: Sun Yeung A man uses his phone on a street in Causeway Bay, Hong Kong. Photo: Sun Yeung
A man uses his phone on a street in Causeway Bay, Hong Kong. Photo: Sun Yeung
Angus Chan
Opinion

Opinion

Angus Chan

Can the coronavirus crisis break Hongkongers out of their echo chambers?

  • The information explosion is having an impact on young media consumers, who are more likely to be stuck in echo chambers. To break this pattern, young people should come into contact with different sections of society and diverse views

A man uses his phone on a street in Causeway Bay, Hong Kong. Photo: Sun Yeung A man uses his phone on a street in Causeway Bay, Hong Kong. Photo: Sun Yeung
A man uses his phone on a street in Causeway Bay, Hong Kong. Photo: Sun Yeung
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Angus Chan

Angus Chan

Angus Chan is an associate researcher at MWYO, an independent think tank that focuses on youth issues in Hong Kong and actively engages with different stakeholders to enhance youth development. Angus’ research works include young people’s online consumption patterns and youth political participation in Hong Kong.