Allie Li of the Woopie Club’s Tseung Kwan O branch says many people feel cut off from society post-retirement, a divide compounded by the widening technology gap between generations. Photo: Kylie Knott Allie Li of the Woopie Club’s Tseung Kwan O branch says many people feel cut off from society post-retirement, a divide compounded by the widening technology gap between generations. Photo: Kylie Knott
Allie Li of the Woopie Club’s Tseung Kwan O branch says many people feel cut off from society post-retirement, a divide compounded by the widening technology gap between generations. Photo: Kylie Knott
Wellness

Caring for the elderly: Hong Kong social club branch managed by young woman who ‘wanted to follow in Jesus’ footsteps’ provides physical and mental health boost

  • Many Hong Kong seniors feel cut off from society after retirement; Allie Li at the Tseung Kwan O branch of the Woopie Club helps them reconnect and get active
  • Physical and mental health risks have also been compounded by Covid-19, which has isolated many from their family and community

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Allie Li of the Woopie Club’s Tseung Kwan O branch says many people feel cut off from society post-retirement, a divide compounded by the widening technology gap between generations. Photo: Kylie Knott Allie Li of the Woopie Club’s Tseung Kwan O branch says many people feel cut off from society post-retirement, a divide compounded by the widening technology gap between generations. Photo: Kylie Knott
Allie Li of the Woopie Club’s Tseung Kwan O branch says many people feel cut off from society post-retirement, a divide compounded by the widening technology gap between generations. Photo: Kylie Knott
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