Bidhya Shrestha says her insecurities about being dark skinned were shaped by the society she grew up in. Photo: Rai Jenny Bidhya Shrestha says her insecurities about being dark skinned were shaped by the society she grew up in. Photo: Rai Jenny
Bidhya Shrestha says her insecurities about being dark skinned were shaped by the society she grew up in. Photo: Rai Jenny

Women defying society’s unrealistic beauty standards are raising awareness of mental health issues that can arise

  • A Hong Kong non-profit that highlights the obstacles women of colour face will host an exhibition tonight highlighting unrealistic beauty standards
  • Showcasing art and dance around the theme of body appreciation, it will also draw attention to the mental issues that such beauty standards can trigger

Topic |   Wellness
Bidhya Shrestha says her insecurities about being dark skinned were shaped by the society she grew up in. Photo: Rai Jenny Bidhya Shrestha says her insecurities about being dark skinned were shaped by the society she grew up in. Photo: Rai Jenny
Bidhya Shrestha says her insecurities about being dark skinned were shaped by the society she grew up in. Photo: Rai Jenny
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