Parents' Association and other anti-Occupy protesters try to move into the sit-in area in Admiralty in October 2014. The Occupy protests divided families. Photo: K.Y. Cheng Parents' Association and other anti-Occupy protesters try to move into the sit-in area in Admiralty in October 2014. The Occupy protests divided families. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
Parents' Association and other anti-Occupy protesters try to move into the sit-in area in Admiralty in October 2014. The Occupy protests divided families. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
Wellness

A doctor’s advice to Hong Kong families divided by politics in wake of Occupy protests and Mong Kok riots

Chinese families set great store by the emotional bonds between parents and children, but they have been strained by the city’s widening political divisions. Parents must keep an open mind and open doors, family doctor says

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Parents' Association and other anti-Occupy protesters try to move into the sit-in area in Admiralty in October 2014. The Occupy protests divided families. Photo: K.Y. Cheng Parents' Association and other anti-Occupy protesters try to move into the sit-in area in Admiralty in October 2014. The Occupy protests divided families. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
Parents' Association and other anti-Occupy protesters try to move into the sit-in area in Admiralty in October 2014. The Occupy protests divided families. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
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