Members of the Colour Away Covid project (clockwise, from top left) Yuka Suzuki, Hui Yu-hang, Shawn Chan, Kids4Kids executive director Mabel Sieh, and Tsang Yau-yau, with postcards containing encouraging messages for frontline health care workers at the Kids4Kids offices in Wan Chai, Hong Kong. Photo: Jonathan Wong Members of the Colour Away Covid project (clockwise, from top left) Yuka Suzuki, Hui Yu-hang, Shawn Chan, Kids4Kids executive director Mabel Sieh, and Tsang Yau-yau, with postcards containing encouraging messages for frontline health care workers at the Kids4Kids offices in Wan Chai, Hong Kong. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Members of the Colour Away Covid project (clockwise, from top left) Yuka Suzuki, Hui Yu-hang, Shawn Chan, Kids4Kids executive director Mabel Sieh, and Tsang Yau-yau, with postcards containing encouraging messages for frontline health care workers at the Kids4Kids offices in Wan Chai, Hong Kong. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Wellness

Coronavirus frontline health care workers in Hong Kong get boost with ‘thank you’ postcard campaign

  • The student-led ‘Colour Away Covid’ project gives the public an opportunity to send words of appreciation to the city’s overworked frontline medical workers
  • It also aims to raise awareness about mental health issues and how the pandemic is taking a toll on workers as they battle with isolation and loneliness

Topic |   Wellness
Members of the Colour Away Covid project (clockwise, from top left) Yuka Suzuki, Hui Yu-hang, Shawn Chan, Kids4Kids executive director Mabel Sieh, and Tsang Yau-yau, with postcards containing encouraging messages for frontline health care workers at the Kids4Kids offices in Wan Chai, Hong Kong. Photo: Jonathan Wong Members of the Colour Away Covid project (clockwise, from top left) Yuka Suzuki, Hui Yu-hang, Shawn Chan, Kids4Kids executive director Mabel Sieh, and Tsang Yau-yau, with postcards containing encouraging messages for frontline health care workers at the Kids4Kids offices in Wan Chai, Hong Kong. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Members of the Colour Away Covid project (clockwise, from top left) Yuka Suzuki, Hui Yu-hang, Shawn Chan, Kids4Kids executive director Mabel Sieh, and Tsang Yau-yau, with postcards containing encouraging messages for frontline health care workers at the Kids4Kids offices in Wan Chai, Hong Kong. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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