Many students known for being academically driven have given up career aspirations and joined anti-government protests. Photo: Sam Tsang Many students known for being academically driven have given up career aspirations and joined anti-government protests. Photo: Sam Tsang
Many students known for being academically driven have given up career aspirations and joined anti-government protests. Photo: Sam Tsang

Half of Hong Kong youngsters who sought help for emotional problems related to anti-government protests suffer from depression, study finds

  • Many students known for being academically driven have given up career aspirations and joined protests
  • Teachers also afraid of crossing mainland Chinese border for study tours

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Many students known for being academically driven have given up career aspirations and joined anti-government protests. Photo: Sam Tsang Many students known for being academically driven have given up career aspirations and joined anti-government protests. Photo: Sam Tsang
Many students known for being academically driven have given up career aspirations and joined anti-government protests. Photo: Sam Tsang
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