Alex Wigisser (left) and Gabriel Wigisser  have devised a card game to help quarantined guests in Hong Kong connect more deeply inside and outside their hotels. Photo: Winson Wong
Alex Wigisser (left) and Gabriel Wigisser have devised a card game to help quarantined guests in Hong Kong connect more deeply inside and outside their hotels. Photo: Winson Wong
Wellness

Teens create game to help survive quarantine in Hong Kong, and it’s helping people stuck in their hotel rooms connect and feel less lonely

  • A relative’s experience in quarantine led two teens to reach out to a Costa Rican psychologist who invented a card game to get people talking on a deeper level
  • They adapted it to create Q!, which has a Hong Kong flavour and has proved popular at Ovolo Hotels, connecting guests during and after their time in isolation

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Alex Wigisser (left) and Gabriel Wigisser  have devised a card game to help quarantined guests in Hong Kong connect more deeply inside and outside their hotels. Photo: Winson Wong
Alex Wigisser (left) and Gabriel Wigisser have devised a card game to help quarantined guests in Hong Kong connect more deeply inside and outside their hotels. Photo: Winson Wong
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