It is a well-known fact that Hong Kong is a high-stress city. Emotionally, some of us are walking time bombs, trying not to explode. Photo: Nora Tam It is a well-known fact that Hong Kong is a high-stress city. Emotionally, some of us are walking time bombs, trying not to explode. Photo: Nora Tam
It is a well-known fact that Hong Kong is a high-stress city. Emotionally, some of us are walking time bombs, trying not to explode. Photo: Nora Tam
Paul Yip
Opinion

Opinion

Paul Yip

There’s no shame in asking for help as coronavirus takes its toll on Hongkongers’ mental health

  • There are fears that Covid-19 is causing a mental health epidemic in the community. Moreover, a culture that sees reaching out to others as a sign of weakness prevents families in need from getting timely help

It is a well-known fact that Hong Kong is a high-stress city. Emotionally, some of us are walking time bombs, trying not to explode. Photo: Nora Tam It is a well-known fact that Hong Kong is a high-stress city. Emotionally, some of us are walking time bombs, trying not to explode. Photo: Nora Tam
It is a well-known fact that Hong Kong is a high-stress city. Emotionally, some of us are walking time bombs, trying not to explode. Photo: Nora Tam
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