Carol Bellese Choi says sketching the funny side of quarantine life in Hong Kong helped her cope with her isolation and anxiety. Photo: courtesy of Carol Bellese Choi Carol Bellese Choi says sketching the funny side of quarantine life in Hong Kong helped her cope with her isolation and anxiety. Photo: courtesy of Carol Bellese Choi
Carol Bellese Choi says sketching the funny side of quarantine life in Hong Kong helped her cope with her isolation and anxiety. Photo: courtesy of Carol Bellese Choi

How drawing a comic strip in coronavirus quarantine helped artist see the funny side of 14 days alone in Room 1419

  • Sketching comic- strip frames kept Carol Bellese Choi sane during her time in quarantine in Hong Kong after her boyfriend fell ill with Covid-19
  • Finding humour in the situation ‘really was the best medicine’, says Choi – and health care professionals who use laughter as a therapeutic tool agree

Topic |   Wellness
Carol Bellese Choi says sketching the funny side of quarantine life in Hong Kong helped her cope with her isolation and anxiety. Photo: courtesy of Carol Bellese Choi Carol Bellese Choi says sketching the funny side of quarantine life in Hong Kong helped her cope with her isolation and anxiety. Photo: courtesy of Carol Bellese Choi
Carol Bellese Choi says sketching the funny side of quarantine life in Hong Kong helped her cope with her isolation and anxiety. Photo: courtesy of Carol Bellese Choi
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