The Society for Community Organisation found 448 ‘McRefugees’ in Hong Kong in 2018. They have all been displaced by the coronavirus. Photo: ImpactHK/Jeff Rotmeyer The Society for Community Organisation found 448 ‘McRefugees’ in Hong Kong in 2018. They have all been displaced by the coronavirus. Photo: ImpactHK/Jeff Rotmeyer
The Society for Community Organisation found 448 ‘McRefugees’ in Hong Kong in 2018. They have all been displaced by the coronavirus. Photo: ImpactHK/Jeff Rotmeyer

How the coronavirus pandemic brings out acts of kindness in Hong Kong people and businesses

  • The coronavirus has us isolated, dealing with stress and worry, with many looking for some relief or help
  • From hosting online forest bathing to donating food, shelter and broadband access to the needy, Hong Kong companies are doing their bit

Topic |   Wellness
The Society for Community Organisation found 448 ‘McRefugees’ in Hong Kong in 2018. They have all been displaced by the coronavirus. Photo: ImpactHK/Jeff Rotmeyer The Society for Community Organisation found 448 ‘McRefugees’ in Hong Kong in 2018. They have all been displaced by the coronavirus. Photo: ImpactHK/Jeff Rotmeyer
The Society for Community Organisation found 448 ‘McRefugees’ in Hong Kong in 2018. They have all been displaced by the coronavirus. Photo: ImpactHK/Jeff Rotmeyer
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