Young people play table tennis on a busy street in Mong Kok on April 10. Hong Kong recently announced its first youth blueprint with a goal to “provide an enabling environment for young people to unleash their full potential”. Photo: Nora Tam
Young people play table tennis on a busy street in Mong Kok on April 10. Hong Kong recently announced its first youth blueprint with a goal to “provide an enabling environment for young people to unleash their full potential”. Photo: Nora Tam
Paul Yip
Opinion

Opinion

Paul Yip and Joyce Liu

Remember Hong Kong youths’ mental health when making blueprint for their future

  • Hong Kong needs its young people to secure its future, and our new generations need not just job opportunities but more support and a sense of hope
  • The city’s first youth blueprint puts emphasis on creating opportunities, but neglecting young people’s mental health in the discussion will be costly

Young people play table tennis on a busy street in Mong Kok on April 10. Hong Kong recently announced its first youth blueprint with a goal to “provide an enabling environment for young people to unleash their full potential”. Photo: Nora Tam
Young people play table tennis on a busy street in Mong Kok on April 10. Hong Kong recently announced its first youth blueprint with a goal to “provide an enabling environment for young people to unleash their full potential”. Photo: Nora Tam
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